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.VOLUME XVI 



FHANCISCO, CAriPpH^A^&ir.AY MORNINO. SEPTEMBER 6. 186!. 



NUXvKfiER 1. 




written for the American Toil I f ft 
Mmber, 1832 : 

After tbc horses wcro brought u ■, i 'ho projin'l, 

Coming' nr' I ' .i'ri.i Ul<: 



Dlxon'a liue, : ' il 

alj L.f fbrql, nnd iv 

■ .. hi ■ ipply ih. 



AGEICULTTJEAL TTAT.T. OP SACKAMEHTO COUNTY, ERECTED 1859, FOE THE STATE SOCIETY'S FAIES. 



lrrif/aUon on Injury to V&eyara 



FansrlBTi in" relation 
t ]/earr or fnore, in 
.nrda or.il gnrdcna 
!>g5 Ii.vu been un- 

B of Ibi. following 
ust convince e«ry 



and stop put to tbc 


H,r 


g our 


vine-jrrowcrj, 
■ to«,W As 


wo him often snid, i 


e ore 


nstlafi 


d n great por- 










nttion. Wo could po 












u Ibe 




LETTS 11 BO, -1 FlIDU 




a cm 


i-ravnctT 










Horroit F.tBSEn: In 


rourn 


mber 


Of April l.'Lb, 


on]> I see bit clcell 


nlnrl 


Ic en 


tied Ihiga- 


Ulf ah iqfilty to lite 


OrdjK 


y"o 




oittU ft iror oiUveft 


" |l,,f ! 


". - 


jft Important 
n France that 


Ines-prililen in 1 riols 


..r U 


■;■ i6ii 


and irrigated 


mes, produce Vftutt 


which 




ot only vrcsk 



down the descending ground opoo the strai| 
=idc, that ber sable untagoniat — perhaps not i 
willingly— gave np the track, which was tat 
by the Southern lady, nnd kept, irlih appar 
ease, round the turn, until you come to thai p 
ta up towards the Juile.. 



Her. 



c thin 



occU unliki h 
;roiu*tll as 
indicated by I 



...Id li;.].- 
, l of tin 



ly appeared, n hibil 



Here, then, mi* disappointment on nit s 
■Inch Marin, thai was not "to take n bent 
■ho, at all in'mi, bad out foot enough to b 

ilh the speedy little Trifle, hud bent the ficl< 



Itle nag obeys ll 
jc.it upon n brus 






Blight (r,i.,.. r 

patient lifting ol thi 
showed Ihal sbi illl 

Lady Relief, on lbs eudii re, 
animation — rcttdj 10 been - - 
•aid duh Ibiuu^h .,11 ol 

Slim eioibited no Impatient :-| 

that Cbildcn." * hi/ -'.!-.,. 






At the tap of the 
together, Belief Ink 


trad 


fid tntr buries " 




seeming d«iraus th 


ialient 4 .! ' 



■mibl i'-'-'l 

At Hid start for these 


she 


™s« 


do ibe wist 


nnd 


limit 


Black Maria 




tell 






ll. d l.:„l> Iidii.1" "I'll- nil 






They veil 














IMi. 




..■.id, fulh.i-t.l bv rslini. 111 




ivl.il,. ii F 








ll tr-cni 








|..i- =. -t ][..■ 


ief and Slim, while Bluett Mi 






nge of ibe rising ground 


u 






liiiiffi'i'-slnnd, thundered 
















:l...-l. fulluivtJ by Trill..-, 






.III..T- li.li 


























inch company any longer 
















, ho track, she vtrv »ir.ti 






ll ullur/L-Llm 


« the cod of ibt third ( ■ 








talked olf tbc course. J 
















[bird, and fourth iiiIIl-s, 


mil 


you 


nine 1„ ih 



I long Id finding her, fn 

pur, gradually gaining- o 
r begin! to "look wild. 
ii, nod lbs Judges'-stnu 



intiiircet off I She makes 
nd head and bead they pass 
tat! Time, 7:55. 




■ riipli l> .1. Black Maria is [n 
tsed, Relief full of tplrlt, but Trifle's 
ncy. OB" they go; Relief lakes the 
i by Trifle, and then Ibo Black, 
cd over, aod yet Relief 



Hand, and Hell 
logs over the i 




Thi: Ladies Rid; 



.35— H-A3— (:3s— 8rlT. 



1 Saturday between 
Iter, In 1:59-3:63*. 



oi.— Uqcoflhobostln- 
iho Biding School of 
I nod Daughter*, who 

i healthful SurcijoVf 



Mppily. U It not then 
vineyards, bat a frcqni 
aoil, we already possoa 



11 thai ymi, 
Irrigati 



ic qanlity of Califoroin Wines ; 



i Ibo 



red Vin 



nrjfor 



ind ita n 



Tils perishing. 

This is not the only inconvenience or manuring: 

iy< communicates more or leaa of its dis- 

ble Odor lo tbc fruit, and the Wine mndn 

isaln-nys lo Iho prejudice of [ho fruit, 

icir vineyard a, for they are the deilrnyurs of Ibclr 

Being engaged in a conversntion Ibe other day, 
on ibe cultivation of the Viue, with a largo Vine- 
of Ay, wo wero overlnkeo by a slinwor of 
lament!. "Do you see theao few drops of 

fn$i sii per ccul loss on my vines tbisyear." 
lb as I began : you cannot loo much insist 



UAIUBZT11Y. 



The Europonn M.,rketa for C.lifoini.i. 
It will bo recollected Ibnt we have urged I 
Icntton of shippers of Brcudstulfs and Wool, 
c European markets, as o good outlet for o 

A largo amouol was shipped Inst year, nnd i 
o rejoiced lo nolo Iho present activity for lb 
arkct again, tlfia year, It Trill bo jeen hy o 
irkct Report, that ijuito a number of vessi 
-vo loaded for Liverpool, Sidney, nnd Sew Vur 
ch carrying o full cargo of Domeaiic prodnc 
icro is one feature of our shipments that la mo 
atlfying: the quality of our Grain is far bell 

, in neater style. Our Gra 
lunter'sGrniu Separator;" 
cleaned, will find ready sale 

d. Tbi'sn 
proved on this year. See Advoi 

ih'.' Hhipui.mt of Grain for England. 



■ Ipul 



— lVo are pleased t 



district of Ban Joe 



■' — ~^HE CALIJOMIAJAEMBB. 



California U otts . 

T3si IH-D: .U*r>LO&r" C F CALIFORNIA, 

THUD BEQIEB. 
WB.tHcf.ri - -■■ i««»!M5jSi»A»j^"* 1 *' 1 * L 

Old Spanish Aco< 



Tho fcmslcs pnlnlcd their foccs, 
nrmi, with c. sort or bra™ vornl*" 

(fl.i.-.-v, ••<] r.Llh-r iv .li^.i^tim: j.i 



■ of tlo Indians of the 



,j Santo Jlarba/a 
r,\.. i rJIKIGCHWICB. 

OIUfTin Till. 

■ ' '" £iA »"d OwiijmA'wi. 



i i.v iif'slf. [,,,i^ii],.rnvli.i:..- .ill 'Mil.'. 
a Sic 'by" 



L „d directly bebi 
diaUnt, Ibo wo in 

mod in front ol i 



How to Jtnlso - 

lulling 

raising 01 



rune them iia ii |lll: " l '';" | 1 ; [| 1 j |' n tlll) J,|..',, ,.,,,,,1 iiin [i. 
l.i|itnsc,iin a . l r | ;l " ] ^' |ln|oni (,,,^1,1 | U b,.. conducted 

I*;,"'", "'".".'!,' p l m.'M U 'i'''lH.n.ii-.itiOQ of the 



Don't Know that I aha" Stay Horo. 
DMfeknnrlbatlilMQ amy herd How oft e» 
we benr Ibh remr-rkj we hear it In ««ry county, 
„mo„g all tn.de* nnd cdlitip. tt il l-M by 111" 
l „ l er B 8 rtb 0i oll i .b D - U ecb 0ni cuU.r.»;th fl 
Wrfflcr ipolu it i "d even professional men catch 



To Wine andjrmit-Growen 




indi or fen _ _ 
forming,, crown, urn Ibty termed it, an "encBl." 
Then ttieir covering far ibo body wo.3 alto pre- 
pared from itic r. niluri of diif.noi bind, ol l.lrdj, 
which were sewed together, nod like n son of 



"^HE^^4J±ilSE2i^=S 



AEMBB 



Who saw ltlB Steel 



to 



OIRCHLATIOH OF THE FARMER ABROAD. 
\\t bare often urged Ihe friends of our Slate, I 



ONION FA KM 
AND PLANTATION 

TO FABMBHS, 
Stock-Raisers, 

—AND— 

STABLE KEEPERS, 

PARTICULARLY INVITED TO 
EXAM IKE THE BlIIX 

ABOVE. 




PACIFIC 
FRUIT MARKET. 



_ o tt it a h fl .\ N n f : ■ c f M T - a n k :; 



THE VERANDA HOTEL, 

Corner Main and Cliureli sts„ 
IONE CITY, 

AMADOR COUNTY. 
THE TINDEIlSIflNBD, PROPRIETORS. 



CALIFORNIA WINE I 

BEIKQ OFTEN APPI.IU;' '">" HI AO;i;.M-' 

i'essrl HOBB&GrLlioBE & Co, 

SAN FRANCISCO, 

My Sole and Exclusive Agents 



* MJIiai;HI-, SAr-HAWEHTO. 



OUR JOBBING DEPARTMENT 

,E DEPARTMENT 



WHSTEM 

. CELLAR IS ADMITTED # 



ilia la all Iho Minks regtow, 

]S 'bud'le^& coffin, 



ST. G-EOHG-E 

HOTEL, 

On FowrtJi Street, 
Between J and K streets, 

SACRAMENTO CITY. 



^Ine Cellars, 

Kauri r oppoulo Ibo Railroad Dopol. 

3E»TJTtE WIAES1 

C0NSI5TIKO OF 

Port, Angelicaj and White Wines 

all warranted to re tiie poke 
jcicf. of the grape, 

Whicn 



a ihippin 



'""im.iu',', 'inLViriuK ■'- en. 



THE BEST MILL 

EVER OFFERED TO TDK PUBLIC. 

These Mills Were Awarded the 

FIRST PREMIUM! 



State Fair at SaorBmento, Bay District and 

Mechanics' Fair, iD San Fraociseo, 

and at the Santa Clara Fair. 



PfllCES OF MILLS AS FOLLOWS: 

Will complete, with Bolt for Family 

Floar . - - ■ - -S150 
Mill complete, without Bolt - - HO 
Extra GriDdine-srufaces, P er set " 10 



Greene, Heath & Allen, 

SOLE -A-aaSISTTS FOR 

California, Oregon, and Washington Territory 

Messrs. KEEP & BIUCGS, 

STOCKTON, 
; OUR DULY AUTHORIZED AGENTS FOR THH 



RECEIVE" WISE OS STORAGE, 

OR FOE SALE, 

" 'VliiM'i/, WILLIAM-! * BUCKLEY. 



jpai'tnex-sliip Notice. 

rpJIE UNDERSIGN Ell HAvTfORMED A CO^ARTIIEIt. 



TODD & RICHARDS, 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

ALJX.1L TODD. "S. IL IHCUABDB, 






Warm Springs Hotel! 

Sear ihe amnion San Jose, 

3 BEAUTIFUL M.ACB ' 






FBWI T 
Commission Dealers 



ESTABLISF^D 1SSO- 

A. G H? 
Mission Woo. 

GtnU; Tho proprietor""..! llio MIcSUiN WOOLKB 
MILLS rMpoctfallf iDOUoncfJ U U» ["dc, IBM 1"> l» V" 

FAMILY ULAKKETS, ill Wwd, inpcrforqojilltr; 
MACKINAW ■■ " " 

SUARLET " " (~iT) 

GOLDEN fTATE GENTS LOKG-5UAWLS, nil Wool, "ll 



Fruit-G-roTO-ers, 



,11 : _.,,„e pnckutlln botes i 
■„r!.-.:,! t« described. A te: 
enough lor r. brace of bird 
ir more or larger gnm«. 

,iondliteilogctlicr,lbebii 

I coup i! nit, eluiuld n-ork I 

cram. 

:d lo ut all lo be liappy, It ' 

is Tour Cllpl 



HUNTER'S 
GRAIN SEPARATOR ! 

THE GRAIN GROWERS OF THEPA- «g»i 

-1 COAST bavo m.iF an onportamii ™[J* 

^ro olTerud I how of cleaalo s ihrir.W.. 

" --loiroribomhii 

^PARATOR, 
1SG1, 



' JNCKEA3ED 

"Well-Cleaned ~W t~ 

Till bo more tblD inlEciont Id orcrj Ilrain-Or 
TO PAY FOR A MACHINE. 



WILL BE COKVINCED UP THEIR VALUE 



I. LEMON, Sul'.on 

iAKEii a Hamilton, stoikioo 



iJnion Hotel, Sonoma. 



SPERRVS HOTEL.~ 

~g. THECOMM "l"? riiUHWorBUILD- 



SALE OF FRUITS 
1 Four Yonn, riJSiioctrallr rollcll 



SEED, PLANTS. ETC. 



Tab British Reviews, 

Blackwood's Magazine, 

THE LOFDOH aDARTERXY (ConiartntlTe), 
THE EDDSBUEOH BEVLEW (Wbig). 
THE DOHTH BRITISH REVIEW (Fceo CbnrclO. 
THE WE*THINSTER EEVTEW (Liberal). 
BLACKWOOD'S EDI SBPB CH MAO A2INE (Ton 






SEED WAREHOUSE, 

- . ~SV . MOORE. 
"* "d* OUTER, 

•■■D RETAIL, DEALER IS 

^ruit, Tree. 



pRESf.'II PEOMfc.. 

Lilieb, Tulips, ana. 

No. 110 Califoru. 
notween SBiiiom- 1...11 Mongol- 

It-Cm BAN FRANCISCO. 





alh.r M l«»l curloiillc. in Lh B vi- 


Thannoitanic 
OJul lo Mr) P«r 

Tlit Il.iri. ;li.cl 


t of lbs TJ.iuio>lic Doparlmsnl ii cod- 
;.MirtV i'no°WlNBS?u>i! Iho lardot 
,l'*dap»*i d'oiij for flinkoloroiio Hill, 

I " rc0CB g[,g Bt[ y it perry. 


'i r, .i.i'i',-.'..iVii-i'- 

ic^.TOrLOiuliun f. 



PRESTON'S PLACE 

Tomales Bay, Marin Co. 

I WISH TO INFORM MY FRIRNDSAHD 
| tho poWLo. that tho dom.nd l.ri h-.nso ef *n- 

m, Hunlin^awl if"heil0B Sp it on IboEaj it°s>l 
i. Tho 



Hioir,- [mill bo a jilcwtiM 
„urd.iL,.,-iic»lllo. 



1'RESTON 



Pure Italian Bees ! 

Imported byS. B. Parsons. 

A. J. BIGLOW, 
3 Agent for California and Oregon 



TJ1VION HOI T SIC ! 
Coiner of Main and Center [streets, 

aMTOKEX/LTMN^ HILL, 

Henry Atwood, Proprietor. 

^^ THIS SPLENDID TIIREESTORY 5T0SR 



SPLENDID BILLIARD TABLE ADDED. 

'".',"' .'n'l "tl ,--''■ tor; .'■,!, I1..1I1 hirl lil.i.lit.l, :.nd 
-anilj; fumUbtd. Tbo furmor «iii ho far 



French Garden 

VIIXEXARI) : 

SAN JOSE. 






XTHB 



nAS THE , 



■ ".■!«!. 11.01.., ■■ 

W „l.,l,.„,,, 



WOOL-GEO^TSRS 

OF CALIFORNIA. 

THE intDEK."ini(Ki> mii::;t of tiis: CALiPonRIA 
V.-ljULilHuVVCItS' A-.-UI7I iTK.i:.. I' i--.v w.|,-.i.,l 

,i;i,il7^'..','ili il'-f .''.:' .'"■" i.Vl.' I:.:- I L-. 1 r |.-| 

aj n>> M " ! ' 1 r 'lv.|V:'- 1: iriU.i.'i^. 




APPARATUS FOR. DISTILLING, 
FOR MAKING WINE. 

^■or/nDhlo Ion tboir alloaHon to 1YINB-MAKINO, 

SPECIAL BUSINESS. 

iK ftom Bodoiaox and Ibo other from Baunooaxi, 

PRODUCE GOOD LIQUIDS. 
The? Hill nndortako, at reuonabla Umu, lo 

Make Wines and Cognacs, 

a thtir vioialty. rbr all portau wh» irlll honor 
ffllh tlioir wnfldnnco. 

A. DEI-MAS. 



DOWNIE HOTEL, 

South End of Durgan Bridge, 

Nevada street, SownievUle. 

W. M. DOWNEY, Proprietor. 



BUY -A-IjX. YOUH 

PEARLS 

OF 

T.TT CKER 



rho ilololhaajnilbcDii naiolcd, |.n|.(rt'l,niid 

.-.', ■": , ..':." , : 1 ; ,.'.n''fi.n".-lloJ and idnlllMcd, 



tj Tboilololba.jn.tt 

iparlioSnS, -oll"li 
in i,...i.,i ouinbor. 

REDUCTION OP PRICES; 



" * "tlqno'n lad'cisVrt" 12 c. 



HEMOVED TO THB MARKET-HOOSE 

O.V MARKET STREET, EELOW VA VIS. 



":T5i^iA_X ±MMS3^ 



fflt Snlifntaia pxm 

gBIBAI " 

"^WW of P nliB on Lart F°B«- 



id" Ibe chirRe ol 



.. LI'" 



„ found on ">« i 



* rrotpftti. 



eceeifully 
il Hnrysvllle, opens 



'lH" fiorincru »■■"'■■ i prniili.nl parlance of culiiviiiii 

the season on Monday, .he 0ln ""'• *; ', Krme cn4lln sun 

Sweaayand a -«-« "V^wLd'";. The Vineyard.; and 1. b. 

,. ■....v... >i work curly una .ate. IMC / ' .__..,. 



Ihashcco urging tl 
UWnlionontbebiil.sides • J 

superfnrity of The bill-sH*s (or | ,„., 



without irrlgntit 
o coming AaU 
I, 'ing Is abroad. 



M work curly *i 
boral, -a* "» elu * 
aodsorae ) 



eryD: 



n their iloou 






ore hurrying "P " ' „. 
f [0ff , Son Juan .0 Forest CftJ.-and 
r> ,vnicvillr.*u.d the great Sl 



plapon me ■ 
toy iHrof foe 



,ble. Our noic 
I to the famou 
v/.lley,and nil 
ytl delnyud, > 
ig Fairs, with now ndvertisi 



X»cr SfMaeflth Volume. 
of our Jourunl! 
Iho bead of Ibli A 



.__,... n Dlilrlet F'.ilr opi 
Tiionday, tlio 10ih inat. '.'resident Hold. 
:orps or efficient workers ban 
io county has taken bold in 

tho tftlMoa b«« backed it up. 

Qrounda, and a Inrg-., and effic 
tecum a successful Pair. 

The Tehama Coonty Society alio be 6 in '_ 1 ™ 
good workon ibollthli 



ir Hall. 

ood earnest, apd 
Handsome Fnlr- 



Orcbr. 

for tho best FrUlls lbs 
The prcscal Summe 



d Orcliards u 



Iho bills and id 
could "be grown. 



o foun 



offer I. i 



cd mineral lands 
cTl'ands, decomposed granite, and the. 
nnsscs of earth and slnncs from wbicl 
l by the t ' 



I Litgb op In 1*>° 

, » will now plan! In earnest 
in. Wo rejoice to know Ibis 
Wo found numerous Instances 
bad listened to the fitie dot- 
,,/, nnd noir bod only regrets to 
id'porllally ruined vlneyarda. 
nolnt wo started for ibe "Big 



.old n 



xcellent Bloblcs til Mokolumr- 
l of lenuis ran always bo bad,- 
4 Co., and II. W. GrlOiu. Tb 
dully tlifi! 



Tba 



Their Fair 



end ul 



good 



Gxssnons" "' 

write Ibe words 

lookback and wonder taut,* 

mighty difficulties that have to 

Fore osin.be way, Ih* « h. 

lire Ihroogb Ibe many trials ol 

announce a Sixteenth Volumo 

But it was 'by tho klod . 

. given us by"F«erons minds, t 

, on, nndtnn'de us reel that we 

. flntj, frmoTtbcncs wo should 

• alouaiefs sky and a geoia 

Trials,'.P>6ar|.oiBlment>, and 

eo constantly assail us. 



n eoabled I 



sue forth Solo 
cations, would a 



The F.luorado County S 



■helOlh lo tho H'h. 
:t Societies lliat ohr 

a good account ffon 
:try conveniently, ci 



•Aaw 



and with 



' from th« changes 



a reeling or gra.ll 
d nnd kindnesses ei 
the Losses and Tri 



r Sixteenth Volume, 
Jy to tbo past. We 
,o one Falmni and PU 



bally a 






■be week following, the Stat 
.j will bold ibclr Grand E 
,11 tptak more fully next w 
lion lo the engraved lllmtr 
II on oar liMt puce. 






suite. Wo bne 



it Foliom, Mor 
,ne Valley, Auburn 



, lone Volley to Jockso 
oog Uill entire- mountai 
o e'erobservinc the en 



ides, even In 
ditches andwatcr-numcafotn 
nel-work crossing Ibehl at all 
Ibis element to supply tba hi 



The 8ewl"E-Mitcbln». 
ib WxalidP 1 Iben crerj Inbor-sarlng 
Jlnchlne thnl econotoi»s lime, and /*(«'«{ fagth 

"Tim is limn I" Ibcn erery monscnl of || n , 
saved lo tho W< ond Mather brhigs moncj into i 0B 
household, nnd odds to Ibe wonllli of ibe HnabanJ 
and Father. 

"An ooKfli or Pinrnimo;* is "omit i rotno o, 
COBB." Whol swio would not pay n largo snm an. 
nually If be conld wenre (be perfect health of hi, 
wlfo nod daDjihtore, more especially thwewho by 
their clriOiDBtarrtra in Ufa must depend on then >a 
Monria=" of Ibe Hrrasehold ; and yet there Is w 
WB y in wuieb n woronn'O benllh is more certain], 
undermined nnd destroyed thno by close confiae. 
menl Wllb the needle in Ibe performance of tee 
,'o-Tect'ion of I fam»7 «wing, and this too .Iter the others 
Lallans foe Uore lnbflrtaM dntles of cooking, Tf ashing, ]„„. 
. "1 „h nm w. I'lng, baking, etc., nnd wben Instead of clo.e np pU . 



;l for 



cadlntu 1<* 



d Jlokclumue 


Wi invite 


ad, whore Iho 




,nd mogullude 


Ibis brief L 




Tho frost. 



Byrr 



r-liil, I 



is Journal has not been ibe cooM-nt, 
lyiclding advocaw of tbc Besl InteresU 
rnin. 11 bus been os tbo Great Brc 
ow, opening lo Ibe light of day new Eo 



ing Falre will bo ir 
t region, nro nlso re 
rnal tvery Fair can b 



Tho BtntB AErlculturnl Pair nt BaornmeE 

Tdi. Society have now all the material. 

Insure n grand and successful Exhibition. 1 

Stale Society's Eibibilioo commences on Ibe 1 



hg lo (ravel the sUgo roai 
. labor that has been performed 
ion. Bvcryrovineandgulchhas 
ad the earth upheaved, nod lilt- 
italni laid low." Often we rodt 
isof the mountain-sidej torn away 
)toces3 down to a depth of 50, i 
1 swept away iolo the valleys r. 
j tbo masses or rock and Moi 
,11 through the mountain lowo 
»ioer finds "» Icod," there is 
oads, Farms, Orchards, ilwcllin 
ore the deluge ofwaler that con 
augh the powerful bnsc, bef- 



rroat In the Vlneynrda ol Franoe. f 
,tTT«B no- 3 mo« ODB " Hl3 connasfoJUFir, 
Ho cnrelul otten.'ion to the Letter ol! 
espondent; ibero l»n ro'ume oftmi 

I as (he fitb and Dili or Jin 
st unusual in "Sunny Franco;" thelnjaryi 
sive. Tbo effect will be lo cull the atUjnlli 
-neb vlne-growt 



■cation with 



i-jultir, 






intelligent cIbiios or gr 
uld again urge upon o 
mporlnncoor establish 
Vino of Californ" 



re needle, relief from Inbor, exetciie, 
some pleasant duly should recap«. 

I can Iher 



nattier (o know she 1i 
s in ber family in ibe 
ing, and this too inn 
iso to nil their pbys 
vimx them, nnd n-lds 



still performing in 
preparation of their 
?oy which giitj 
^ol energies wilboot 



o then 






o the milker 



mill 



ii of good 
an be sent 
our State; 



CitiroaBii Finnan has oecn a iron 
regard to Ibe great Agricultural, Mai 
liM-banreal Interests of Californta; 
has consumtly and most faithfully b«. 



iht Herald 
party or 



Tbo Agriculii 
I one of then. 



1 Hall, 



. Ball! 



„,,..... 



w lllostraled by u 

Ue State- Il II tl 

the Pnclfio Coasi, and w 

make a gra, 



(in gold) laud j and uur thoughts were given t 
devise pinna by which those "rough places shnul 
be mode smooth ;" and, filled with such lliougbl 



H0HE1.D11SI Hill. 



1 ported nearly all its Breadstuff's, and nearly all 
Provisions: and the year 1B50 and 'HI, when 



the steady and lailbfol Advocates of I 
interests through all this period or yea 



a the 



At only 1 

ing from the Hi 
change or own 
we mean the sl 

chancier, and 
upon all v.l»> 1 
their pairon.g 



Tho Agricultural, Un no facto ring, Mcchaa 
id Artistic Departments will have their s 
. ibis Hull and In snriouodioga, ood all tbi 
mgcrueals will be under etncleat Conmltlce 
Tho Cnllle Sbuw, and Stock of all kinds, wi 
[hibllcd at the New Fair-Orounds on 1M tl 
, which access will be had by an exlra fell. 



loony Id the United States, 
hem fully, but urge yoo 
That they must be gn 



Thislsemphmiollj- n 



Uriels; rullofthen 



y that 01 

olire PaciBo Coa«l Ibatls now 
itinnedhylbe Origlnalor 
then we slnrled, and wl 
p or Editorial Corps. B; 
ownership and Editorial 



or this, 



o of this 



rcr difference of op 
the to Ibe location 



osptriiy nod grtalon 
ThcamouolofL-. uor 
itcullie Coramltiee, 1 



but we regret lo konw Ibat a votl aruounl of poi 

ndullunucd Wines have beto made, that bat doi 

our Suit great injury; tbo presenl year wo hoj 

better Ibings. Tbo Loiter or our intelligent at 

raitbrul Mend, should be acted on in guodearne! 

id its inggestioni heeded. We look Tor mm 

Hera, boih Irom tbo Father and Son, that sbi 

miken a still greater enthusiasm in the cause 

inc-growing in Ca'.ifuruin. 

FAnie.May 16, 1SCI. 

EoiTOKFA.nur.it: II was generally expeded 
ranee, that this year's Wine would redeem It 
r Inst year's, both in qunllly uod quantity: b 
ho proverb, "linn proposes and God disposes," 
,as proved to ho but loo Iron. 

The weather, which bud been or the Dncst 
luring the last days of April and first days or May, 
uddcnly changed In a icroro culd ; nnd on tho 
lights or tho &lh and oth of liny, there fell an 
iliundiiut white frost From all points of France 
ind oven in Europe, we receive news of tho great 
lamage done la tbc Ylnel To believe the Grape- 
growers |ood laoy are the belt judges}, tho quality 
if Wine Is Irreparably apnlled Tor this jenr. It 
vlll nnl be boiler Ibnn Hint made last year, and 
what Inst year's Wins is I Coo. 



iployujcnl, h>r il bring) \\ t 
co"nicio0!n"ess Ihnl lOne, nod labor, and sfrCToC 
saved, Ihnt enabling ber lo enjay some i 
(HU'Witb bcr family whicb otherwise she 

These facts are fully established Id every fsaili 
Upon ihelnlroduclionintoit of n Stniio Sbciur, 
roreibly reminded of this riit 
dluttralti /ficluri recently frtmed 
at tho sales-rooma of Wbislis 
■E WlWON's Sewing Machines, corner of Sicrt- 
,d Montgomery street. It ehuws 



ife tbc 1 
Thot 



sewing n 



a byes 



dlelight,— h 


er bent form and sun 


ken check show 




marc; Ibe 


imepiece 




midnight; 


he room b 


ipiriikj poverty aadtefl; 


and Hood's 


ongoftbes 


itt;Blitc 


Isiitchlstilch! 


and sew 1 sew 1 sew 1 i 


given lo 




on the opposite side of 


he Tl- "ir 


Issiennlaip, 


bandiomo room, u womnn oenlly 


dressed before a 


finished £ 


wing Mac! 


mo (Who 


ler t VTilsoa's 


or course) 


st work; 


ber counl 


nance indicstM 






nay and 






Undo nt Ib 


machine 


shows tbtl Iht 


trori ia no 


drudgery, v 


hile near 


bv bcr is an open 


piano also 


imlifiiling 


Hint the 




and labor 




icr ample 




ii>nnl |.Im 


ure. Tbo 


vboto pic 


ure il admirable 


as it abow 


tho marc! 


of impro 


ement ; and Iht 


mosl glori 


uapartori 


is, that i 


e inumph is to 


irimon. 








Bur to 


at Sf winoMaoiiim 1 a 


d which ia best 


Tbo nuiue 


ous InvonLo 


s of the duy me nil Jirivm 



and Mr. A., being a 
bouse himsoir. The 
Wells, Fargu 4 Co.'s 



prido and glnry. 
city la molt com 
after tbo greol el 



id la Iht place. Th 
1 good home for tl 
r Jlokelumne Hill 






•■If no oil 
[he Vintner 



; principle uT ago, il c 



■ like tbo recent dccinion of tbo pcapi 
■Whelming mujorily, in selecting a pi« 
iweAinery to stand at the htai cf Iht con 
so the people just ia the ssmi proper- 
selcttlog Wi!Bi;t,r.n A Wilsm's S'sin? 



it RtdM 



The 1 



f thou 



n of Pri 



• seourges c 



Itool, Eiq. JI 
His soil il the 
has lu.OOO Viu 



I rocky s 



plan 



residence of L. G. 

inon the bill-side, 
and red land. Hi 
has used but liuli 



I 



■Excelsior Stale;" each appi 
in its favor ; and il has voice' 
iow highly prospr ro 
ig u we do, may we 00[ b 



r Approi 



I tboy will r 



ctlei 



u.ny timu ibe ralce in the 
lereldfrotnaihanaondtoorces. The eyes of I 
world are now looking to Calirornia aa Iho "La 
of Peace," tbe "Land or Fromiie." 

We need only e*y, that we look In hope for 
■voluntary generoos response of the good and Ir 
our moil grateful ibanks for 



from the Ar 
ntllfy those 



11 Apple and Teach Trees at 
bearing. Ue expressed bis regrc 
1 ao badly misled by the orronoo 
aulgslcd by tho Culturist while 
uutbly opposing bill-side Vlaeyart 
ll of au 



The 



Wines, by putting your Wi 
able ttuFT made last year, 
likely lo 1 1-; made Ihia year. 
Take my word for it, tern 
them known ; aupply Amei 
tholimo thai rurelgo Win 
la galne 









11 labor ; 



Tho A|!ilciiliuiril Fair 
WBareglodioheoroflb. 
unofoa Agrlculiu 



tt Victor 1,1, V. L 



Stuck and At 
It^alations 

arc rriu.igi-il i 



shaU a 



, No. 1 of 



Volui 



ucribers lo our Paper. Wo Bik 
'ibem lo exsmlno tho FiBuBB, for we bellcic, l( 
ibey will reflect upon Ibn great Intcrcsta II advo- 
cates they will find It for inelr own Intertill to 
become Subscribers. Wo shall be lory happy in 



Rahb S«r»,— We acki 
a psckage of Seeds frot 
A. J. GtaysOB, from V 
weeks lioce of the gnr; 
mult bcnuiinil of all r. 
8«ed we hove recelv. 
pUnted mror of il, bo( 
in onr favored clime. 



f their orgnnixutlon, with li 



1 ibe work. Thn following ai 
. W P. Tulmle, Frciident. 

nU'l Vice-President 



will plant n 


nreVi 


3cs this Au 


1111,1!. bU 


Ibey 


so all forelg 


. Wi 


would nr| 






thorough c 


Hi vat 


on at this place, Tor 


lean 


ade a little 


Paradi 


>. We no 






excellent p! 


nifor 


Ihe Domestic Stock 


ir al 


a. Thcieg 


ounda 


on be ma 


dc xcry p 


oGta- 


r. not cal 


was c 


n S. W. B 


ockaway 


Bsu. 


bos a host 


f tree 


on a mi 


Home-G 


rdi-n 


ving, ceriai 


ly, thot Frull-Tr 


ea icill grow in 


Mountains. 


This 


place can 


ho mad 






produc 




belter Fr 


II h 


nvlng half tho tr 


es, and gl 


ing a de 




ough culll 


ation, 


o invlgora 


u tho trc 














>e called on 


Jndgo 


Thompson, 


who has 


afln 



Califoroio Win 



will n 



ndauce goes, may bo 
y years I'' 

uch au article Is bul 
ich accidents hopper 
)r as, Calirorninna, It 
iw it tho lime for Ibi 
lis of Calirornia, l< 
principal markets 
c 10 dethrone foreigi 
nes besldo Iho miser 
ind what is also mos 



accusloracd I 
ind skilirul 11. ,11 



I largely increased 
In now universally eilab- 
Machinos have akoafy ens' 



id arises frni 
lished facts, that tl 

:tltcnet of itit/h uj, D j.— .-, — 

th .Idea. There U B re«l economy or Ihread, and 
ilrcnglb and elasticity of slllcb uosur] 
iain, a vast variety and style ur work can 1 
from tho mosl delicate material, lo heavy b 

or leather; a machine lor all tsork, all pU> 
, all mattrials.-und yet tbere is a aimpho 
naglng, a speed nnd ease in the opcral 
1 quiet way of doing lb 



idle ft 



beautiful wort, 

jaisbes. Theiestt 

burstubborn fneu=, ollHl«dtJ 
the purchaser* of the' 
Iwo days lately, rttmiu-nnii s 
itiod 10 Ihe above, and ll.C.ll'f^ 



if our Conlinonll 



urope thoold supply Wino for 
Ills also juit, nndont only Just 
-pply Wine for tbo consumption 

Iruly, Abpad HinssiTiiT. 



1 the 1 



o i|M„ir 



las. W. F. 

J.T. I'idwell, Kni., Becrelsry. 
Jus, Lowe, Esq., Treasurer. 
Hon. John T...1-I, IJobn Coles, i: ■■].. 

E. Evoas, D. D„ J. A, McCrca, Bsq., 

1 ir 9 S. u- in,. 1. in. 1 1 li rcmberlon, Esq., 
Kenllh McKlmlc, F,iq., Utubt. 11a ruby, Esq., 
J. J. Skinner, Esq., P. M. Backus. Esq., 

Alfred Waddlngton, Esq. A. F. Main, Esq., 



raof our State. 
the residence 

■■ of the iirm.li 



itnull, owing l 
deep and constant 
errors among tbo 

f 0. A. Clark, Esq., 



itTero to Shippers of Wheat to England, 
ultonlion of our Farming Interest 
n-growun to tho advertisement of 
Dompster et Co., of our city, 
have completed their arrangemcDts 
1 ships ready to receive con; inm... mm 



Ho me- Muds FrovlaloQS- 
Wi published two week I sinco a slate 
ived of tbo wrong done to our Ho roe- 
irers or Provisions, which «■< feel Is 
dono to nil the Stock-rniscrs who ore copfi" 
rearing Swine, and therefore wo felt called =[ 
I) do what we could Jo protect Ibclr i 
Innt loacbos injuriously tbo eharaclc 
made Provisions burls thn Farmer* of Cl^rci-- 
We took pains to visit tbo large eitabliihw? 
of Wilson (f Stevens, to see tbo progress" 
nnd there wo saw nnd leornod enough to 
that tbo best interests of California demand 
lection lo IIome-Mtinufnclures. 

Wo often hear of old Imported Provisions 
rnsbod, cleaned, und then smoked and sal 
ho real "California Provisions." Thlsinjnn 



Tor England 
bo rare offered. 

Having called upon this 
lied lo announce tho fu 
Tboy will advance to tl 
pound! on gnod Wheal, 



and Willi 
mining opi 



ing all obstac 
1 lo get "gob 
nllont 



a llki 



for talc, at wo can find par 



id-"Tablo Mountain 
r nther gardens, orcbordi, a. 
bad not time toexamiae. Tbo 
, Dr. Hlbard, Dr. Lober, A. 
Mad. Catlay, French Gardet 
at, Mr. FreDcb, H. D. Nayman, 
the Grower. | ln 4 many oibers, who now istlaued that Fruit 



to of five 



r, this Hoc 



ir Wheal and Woul .nltri 



ingliah marki 
ood opening t 
urn In calling 
lie upporluniiy 



innf Cnxw or 186l.-We have been fa- 
by tbo American Sclcnllflo Asanclallon 
is advanced aheela or Silliman's Journal 
ing a full descrlpilnu or the gr„t onmel 
,e va.iou, Ohservatorles, made by sclentld 
. over nur Union. Then reporltaro rull 
I, and we .hall lake plcm, ut0 ln -[,,„. th „ 
readers al an early day. " * 



1 that s 






_.isrs. Wilson & Slovens have doc 
Packers, and deserve all tho suppor 
Their sulea hnvn beuit large-. 
of Lard were sold In two week 
21H of July, and never baa a case be 
mplnlucd ar. Their I.iird-011 is tl 
supply nil tba demand. Their 



nobly 



erprlte 






In Ibe imi.ii in 11 
lectcd means, ai 
nnd clothing, ui 



Wrto Hetos a Nea 
Sacramento, Hand a 
tera, and Tltltors lo 
to try ono of ihelrh 



.3 11 train of itnmlj 1 ** 
lug coadiliui 



.roat i Coll"* 






^ITb oalifoenia^Jabmbb 



5 



B1W Un> State F.iir >t SierstceoM, " ToavP-eewy" 

floori, which u mid i»m'" - 

Tas total vi"= of Sin Joaoain coanly r at "•*'"■ 
j ,w ld « t i,-.„ was -;"■■«, of »fci«b -eunS.** B«t.l8«; 
'jiaCeeoell. l^T; ™d t"""""'' , '"' ; - T^ ,r **' i,llsMt 
. S» grewler that! lasl-yeara- 

Hnt««ignKitV»™*('0!0 xme .Trl<TdVreT=.lcT. 
• day. Hliri'l™ fc A r .;i'If.ib,«:'dnp«ru-J!. t gc«»i- 
^Wlon «* i-o«' for California. 

A cavalry c-»er.anj. »™tw™B 133 men, rei.cu -X 

!,i^™»f-C«;ni.. ^i,;.t„..i, m ^ canned) in- Srv- 
.-raltirinHrv iViio i!;c V ..i™ «™ *mi>««itobe atones 
.ibem! Tt>"= =«« '" bul "" laVw in 0=e «ap»nj- 

Ma>r «!«»> bor«. jo.t fr.~ MB** -a- fcft.1. 
Mjreotbt ec tbe boats <•<"" S«™«»- Th t» !l " " 6 
*-ftri«» .oeh a number of 0.. t-rse.«nmule: 
Iw.ot over r«.«. tb* - -■■. "-J f ™« «* ■ — •""■ 
.•fleeted by Ibt unu-oal eopptr. 

^grants arc pernio" in Inntli.flMi ««ry iky. ■ It 

..Uoilltfl'^ rrmnber Mffli-iC ■"■•"■■' '"•• S'lJin- ' h ' 
KIMO .ill rwoti M.'" 1 " "' -""."I*. Indiana, J.IU not 

lar.wilh a r,.u„ ,-.t liirc, W-. «« e.«he.l ™t^tfa 
-■cat tu the Jfri'-.' V.iir, *' a specimen of crockery -caen 



AWpnu 01 (,'r..( d,."iu! hate been eoLen up-io *« 
TKiBilJ. 

A m nwl !<■ Co" bu been oweovered»lilc«ihort- 
■enl the di-iaocc Cftr tcita between that place and Lo» 

£-lbc koee-rt rireleb • ilhtfat water, being tvenry miles. 

The Mer-ed rim has be?n tornce, Betted, eee., frost 

.near tbe Bsnlun XiH J li ,on: « distaneo below Rod 

fflinkt, ud it- led, no" nearly dry. is Ibitt with China- 




they wiliest a Art* wbon they arrive, 
■t of tatting Minor**. We pray, 

• or "Union" nlsn. We ear neatly my, P»Ii ln - 



tiirou e h leo'Sceretary of the Treasury. 
Trie BwMmo«7jEW»r»MB».-Wie Crop* Jtarjr at 

„, v.S. OriiilT-url -" ins Hly .■< N" Turk- nn. 



TJ.il. sad Weekly Nest., the Dar-Doolt. the ftwna. 
• , .1, and the daily Eagle nf {J' ^ ;^"'^; 



Flai Gbowiso.— Our neighbor 


of the Mercantile 


Gnielte ant! Price Current rcnor 


s the growing of 








il only a email 


trap ; but will bt grown largely 





Saw^Tork eormaponooDte write that though bi 
iijert- doll in that eilj.'nnea a™ °ol «• »»" 
1S i7. WValihy tembaoti *™ -ilbdranlru; fron 
and improving tbeir pririte awcllinge and a 

FiioKTSEKKTeirciu HrMRS.— The Torllnno Ad. 

vtili-'i Of -Jib Aufriirl "T» : "" B r lnB »"'"' ° r ""' 

,i, m r Carrie Ladd lut eveaieg, enaia SeO.OOO »aa 

red In s"* d dwt ftoni the Km Poreo aiinet. The 

from tbrw mines Mofinoe! dceidrdiy faTonblo. 

dewn'troD laeCa.oaidcifroailhefflalleJ. Thii nab« 

■ ■ ■ ■ ■■•■ ••••<• ''■* ;■/' |;-«". - 1 " 

■ . r nvi,- Ji i,i. 1 .lly «l-|.' >i r - «"■! C"rn.-.ii-.| by Cjfl. \«n 



INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION! 

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY 

Agricultural Society! 

City of Stockton, 

— COMSIENCINO— 

Tuesday, Sept 10th, 1861, 

To t'ODlinue Four Days. 
Over- $M=,O00! 

ARE OFFERED IS FREUIUMS 1 



»(et 



niksl 



AUlerraiofroni YrA., d.i^c, Ang«t SWb, eayi; 
-■■The report, k jrrr.Uv, of An mmtpacro by InJin 

-parly.be bains tte oiriy Hiwiwr. Ho report* 
vc-mca no'l children, iDbnieanly bntebnred. On 



WHEELER Si WILSON'S 

plret jpj*oxn.lTixii 
FAMILY 

SEWING MACHINES 

ARE ACKNOWLEDGED 

— TOBB — 

FAR SUPERIOR 
To All Others In i's«- 

B.C. BTAYDBN, Aeent, 
Corner Monlsomery end Saernmeoio .tree 



ItesaiciLTJEronE Tnc Bwrit.- In a letter ' 
Tiid«, RusrH wrote: 
Clli: pa")' of «ction ure gaininr. ground, and 

i;,n Sc ill sill hr fnr-.-rd !<■ i»'>vi «-tJ. Hi-i'ifb 

mill do a= link bi be-cun, till hi- i- re.«!j (■ 
isice work. Still, thoe rnDveraenis will nmn 
-rubllcund may pa«ibly produce Bomc n 
..one of greater importance than il H ii.ic.nl. .. 
It d.,i-j nut iiiinear la me tll.il iie-oregard will be 
dirtuHV attalSf ed at Maoatsm. The re*! base of 
,.,,:...Lii,.i,-. i-j from I-'i.nrt-. Mmiroi; «iiJ II.ioi|H<jo 

ilu-hinnnd. ".If lliiimnrp by rind by. Civ nH 

d railitnrv are, of courjo, divided in council. 



TebPkohbed CottoV Low.— The propoeitloi 
if Jefl- Davie 4 Co. to raise % big cotton loai 
from the Soolhern planters doee not tcern to mee 
riilt the ravor of the business men of Sew Or- 
.cue. The Delta eteani! olT ni follows : "W 
Bliaoc of polities will entitle, 'the common put 
.equal participation in the profitable d 



inch a 



of I 



n of official palronagt 



illese pe 



«j«1a*r.(i nii-Vly. f 


adtbaeeefthela 


g«tB»»ndli e.t 


quality, but -- lb 


prrwnt dem.nd 


does not warrant 








only *ee t-in in-" 








































»Yirlu»J nura.i-i'.il 






Tut Stale el«! 


non Wedneada 


pasted off rather 










itfaotion, at tbn t 






He, ai aipreited 




Mend, ..fill- Un 




K nered party lie ci 












tod Urn ruult It a 


(flindld rjuii.nU 






«oi« rt .i!-i b i:. 


II, of which Stanford tceeiica oyer 


10,000, CuDUt.T ' 


eeirlog the neat 




JteCnanJl ili'il-' 




mail rote. All Iho 














He W ibi;.-.i„ Sim. 




b writ'w'we h.t 




:-. oe.rlltv 






















■HtV rale i> 20.9 


dodo Tuoliltone 


tl Cto'coVnlie 






wo f«'l ee end col tl 
io total Union re 


Will be .^u- 










By the Pony 


B i prase, which 


arrived Toeiday, E 


L.10U date! to 1 






Ho very imp' 






baeebilteo E .l^ 


Bnveral wmne 






he rtbols at W 




Ibam ici[:..iT mi 










Iroat plan! of 


cileral fortiu-Bll 




laU'ta h»ve 1„- 




nor Gamble, of 11 


tourl. bu i.iu 




, nailing for 41,1 


State rollii..y, 




n from tbe eeeei 


Bute* *o 


riib hrlijede i> to 


m raised In Now Y 


SHOO itreng, " 




Hen. Shields '. 


fiHewiog i! a 


n^-'"Tte«we f rt 





eunded that it was one highly eligible, 
jectiotinbk'; ilidfi-1, lliw »«', in clmrily v.v In 
wholly incapable of perceiving nny objet 
a it, it looked *o Bob on paper or from ll 
, to cull upon nlanlcrg io curoe forward an 
heir cotton to Ibe pure patriots, who, fi 
nalaric*. eenernlly ndniinisler their aOiiin 



Pnlu! TheWonderiUl! 



H 'F— 



Third Annual Fair 

SONOMA COUNTY 

Agricultural & Mechanical Society 

At Santa. Rosa, 
Sept. 24th, 25lli, 26th, and 27th, 1S6I. 

$2,239 AND~200 DIPLOMAS! 

To bo DIkI rib tiled in Pieiii I umi ! 

geand" ball 

On the Evening of tlie 2711>, 

IN THE PAVILION. 



IMPORTANT! 

1VE t(AVB TO-DATf HADE A MATERIAL 

HEDUCTION IN OUR PRICES 

CO .A-L OILS! 
Machinery Oils 
CAMPHENEI 



TURPENTIN E ! 

STANFORD BROTHERS, 
California street, near Front, 



AGRICULTURAL ! 

HOB.TICULTUKAL! 

-AMD- 
Mechanics' Society 

-OF THE— 

Northern District of California! 
The Third Annual Fair 

Of tbid Society will be held at Muysellie, 

Commencing fflonday, Sept, 9, 1861, 

AND WILL CONTINUE DURINQ THE WEEK. 

OPEN TO THE WHOLE PACIFIC COAST 

THE T'A.-VTtt.aN, 

On f^rl.! Snu.ro, wlilbe enlarged and BRILLIANTLY 
LIGHTED WITH GAS, and the fjrountli aronna It 
beaollfnlly ornamented. 

THE OA-TTI-E-CifEtOTJlSrD 

„j been permanently looaled and oonyoniently M- 

400 Stalls for Animals. 
Feed For Animals Furnished Gratis. 

Within the Inelotore is a SPLENDID TRACE of 
hnir»mlio, whiob will bain fine urder; and 

A Capacloos Covered Amphitheater, which 
will Seat S000 Persons- 
Tuesday, Sept, mil). 

At 7. o'clock, p. -., opening ot tho Cnttlo-Gronnds for 

0|*nm s E*0'ci»e« of the KihibWoD, and Annual Ad- 
drtMorihoPre.itleot. 

Thursday Sept. 121b, 

THE ANNUAL ORATION before the Society wiilt*. 
delivered by Rev. T STAHR KINO. 

Friday, Sent. 131b, 

THE SOCIETY 



10 SCI1 II EIDER'S crnt PTJLU Depot i 



ill 



RACES ! 1RACES ! ! 

" e, ,mii,:r:f: MUMIAV, U..-t„ber Htb, tnA coolinuo 

SWEErSTASES 

din'i (lobo Trlrali.llV) b e J.cl Trlmball ti; Belmont, 
K ff'l'.'i'.'i ".^"'(l.'llr.nhWe) eh ( L.Jy Belle by Belmoal, 

BWEEPdTABBS 
mlu >nd mile, now l-n joir. old. Bntronco tlOO, 



to :f j *jr,m:e:r,& ! 

rpHE UNQER3IQNEO ABB 

PHEPAEBD TO WATTB ATJVANCE3 

Consignments of approved Produc 

FRIENDS IN LIVERPOOL, 
OK VERY FAVORABLE TERMS. 

PARTICULARS WILL BE FURNISHED ON APPLI 
ltOJB, DBalPHTElt. & CO. 



, e E.ll,nynoto 



East India Tea Store. 

ESTABLISHED Hi 1807. 

1331 "Washington street, 

Nearly oproeito Mnolro's Opera Honu. 




John E.Tyi«'< cbf Llr*y D*]n by Oweo Dale, dam by 
■?..l. I- 1 * r.htlirop 1 . (L tlnnb.m'.) cb c Btn Llunlocutt oy 

&5 g £™'i-u™ u j "'<j£. ""ri'ij b e Ihrkiwiy by BUIj 

rt.-.b ...... .I..n I,!.. H,wt l.y O.ej E. C le. 

Jnbo 0. J.rae.' b e ehepfttd k,y bj J.lo (a MO of Joe 



rUjta." ' ° 



SAOEAMENTO ADTERTISEMENTS. 



Saturday, Sept. 1-ltb, 

DUtribution of Premlumt and Closing Exorcise*. 

Them "111 be INTERESTING AND EXCITING 
EXERCISES EACH OAT al the Callle Gn.ond 1)1.- 

Ijj, ■■! M.nl'. Ill nl* if Si icii cl band Running, Trolling 

TROTTING and PACING; RACES I 
;each DAY. 

FOR SOCIETY'S PURSES I 
Marysvllle I»*airlac. ! 

'■ U T a^y. ^ Tba Society offer 

If 

GREAT PACINO RACE— 

Proa io all Pnolnc Stallion., Maros, and Geldloc 
Pane SIB0; mile beat*, best three In avo, to bainci 



GREAT STALLION S 

Frea to all Tcotllnj Btalllonij Porae wvi . 
eais, belt three In fire, to harness: three entrloi 



GREAT TR0TTISQ STAKE— 

, U all Trotters einept Stallione; Per 

ed, and tn-o to start to mabe a race'i ten 

SatnTdarTsept. Mlh, 
GREAT DOCRLE-TEAM ItAOE— 

s t all Trotters; Por.e SI60; two-mi 



I>TtY <^OOr>S! 

The Best Class! 

At Lowest Prices! 
The Largest Stock ! 
And Greatest Variety! 

0>C01VNELL, RYAN ft. Co.'s, 

P. S.— A Large Stock of Carpets Alw.yi 
On Hand. 












■!■,.,.. Ill 

Engliud to JefT 



GEO. M. SMITH AND COMPANY 

DEALERS EXCLUSIVELY IX 

Choice Green and Black TEAS 

01 Chinese and Japaoaso production! 

COFFEE, SUGAR, AND CHOCOLATE. 

Our TEAS an acknowledged to be the BeiL 

113- Observe, this Is (he out to.-ti rIDB Taa Stobe 



Tlie JPlaaca Stable, 

DOWNIEVILLE. 
RETICKER & MORRISON. 

■fcsKr. oflb=j.ot,(k<L. iL^lr . -< — 1-; — i, ,,-.... 



Thou tacts will eome off at the MARTSVILLE 
p.-tiiii .'..lint Itti.t br «■ T. o'HANLaN. Tho 

mo^'ntrane'e wil*b l o B m.'d o'foMheje Races wilh B. T. 
0'HANLAN, at Ibe P. rW, and ■ ill clan at 4 t.s.,oa 

ThaaDOTS Raoerwill be J-nducted leoordint to the 
rules of the Mnrysvlllo Paib, and under tbe .upervliloa 
of lis Judges. „ . , 

Tbo Stuck Mmnelln* for theco Parses maT.nnjcr for 



wire, as i here Rico- aio additional to the regular pre- 
Tho Puna* nnd Prixoi of this Sooioty are open to tho 
nhala PaoiOo Coast 

fiend (a (he Secretary for Promium-Llils and Pro- 

^Tac Biuolive C.immlltoe will spare no oreerllon to 

raalielhii tho Til I KU aNNU AL FAIR of |L.. .-..u. . > . 
an E.blullifO nilf re|i»«nlln» Iho rich and varied 
lnt.ie.ts ot the PmIA- C.ra-t..nd Ir.tlle Iho eo-Q|*rallon 



LAMOT 6l COLLINS, 

Leaders and Introducers of 

FASHIONS 

EOH. H.iiWTSI 

Corner 3d and J bU., 

GlCRAslBHTO. gi 4s 



A. ROMAN & CO.. 

BOOKSELLERS, 

Importers, and Publishers, 



Standard and Miscellaneous Books, 

Home and Foreign Publication! 

■veut lowest k,a.o?ejs. 



THE 



-^fH^^HHS 



gators* Srpartmrnt. 

THE IIAllVBa^KlSIiO OP 1601. 

[,T rltct |« -US «"!■ pl<*«ro the fallowing very 
taHUhlfet* fr-wr ™» eorran*oder,t and * b «» 
)* banny l* h«r from U» mint glfled ptn oflrn. " ■ 
are ConBltall ^r "ndon ™" aPF™ 1 *" 1 ""> a l ,itB """ 

Lol BWeldtofHarroslwhileBWlth IheheMrbtod- 

Bt(h«t§» 1 glhVp»«»»t W"». J"* ,bold to "" B,0plJ ' 
Cill the i;ra'pcrj;lut tbe8omnietli»«pol.onhtn:rjwn 

^tht'Mijt 

G,Hj w.Klbelr guidon lim1< 1" *>' " ,I1 ■ ,i '™™ 
Fall Pomona, bondolh lowly "noiOi Urn ehritcj of bo 
faMHIcd I1i>i jiromlto of "ho Spring-lime! 



«.j». 



mellow 



Let 



3 W. WABB.EH, M.D- 



]„,!;■ nfa l' l ' r -' f '^ pC D V 1 |^. To lest ite«»»e) 

i^V.^'^SiiS^^ 

' ' ';■'' '; ; ! ,'. ".' ; !£"»« *?*•«**& ^ V h «- '"" 

'^iTw^U "mTa"^'' 5 " il ' lbp bnpPT b "*^ 

■■ why," .,iid the b'ly, "1 mn ^ d i, [|" v " p a n " 

""I stri. ilj orthodox ^''^^^Sd "" 



BLEOTKIOIAW AND "J 080 ^™".,.™. 



tbo rich E" P o ■*»<"».■ for lho T,aUE 

IbcfflT.llta purple Bl"T w°« IhaTlnUgo.. ' ■PI*<" 

1-tcM IhcjulccJ "oroi and gltmwB """< Blb I"" 1 

. Li! tbo fields ot IUrrest wbKeo-afld tho plains 
Aoi Ib/'otjoo frail is mildewed, wJ tbo grain ii ( 
And lhB C moiJto'l tit in (Hoow, nbils tbo grapes 
lift to ruu 

rmiei.nnilthocJsoglngnoi 

Ptow.h™°pw .words u» baleo.nod tbo scythe 
Eortbe Uorvencrt nro giihnitd, where tho tmoki 
And tho reapers reap logolocr, ipoit oo jpcar-tup f 

"iorrica rooks arc pit too, ho ll friend or bo it 
lei dayi nro waning >=o 'ho llnrrcif- 
Acd Llit dust llos on tho vintage. Ah I tho tendrils torn 
For tb "iSton wine it flowing, wbieh no bnm.n hand 
And Ih^lainVdarkly raiting on the sad hoard fir 
L.>! the empty Belief Uanest! (raid tbo rank grain 



fob a Haw* Horn.— Si* thing" » 



ra„,i"l,',;n-.riiii'.i ivilli ull'in li^lil,.! up Willi 




, 


J 


Pin 


t -i, 


K 


, n ..„,-,- 


ire Stnles- 


T 


■;;■ ;:,'■, 


w» 


igbt 




^-ZtV'.' 


jiliiiK li.r 


,llK 


', horse 
n ; on.'. 1 


"nro 


inlrl 




;"!::;■" i 


rown fSllr 


nod 


-l.r |-l In 


<1 
i." 


Jt s 


a 




' b '° lbe " 


■ .- 


no n«nd 


b ; 


we 




short and 
■,- ,,. H.- 


OK >« Ml 
H..., ' . 1, 




.■■ DI 1. 


i .- 


61m 






ireak «i out feet. 










s 




a 




: 


it' wife, < 


ury fiumcr 

HbcindiE 
down on n 



BASCHB & SONS. 

.■hliiBlan ■<«■'■ s " n pr,ne 

Dealers 



EDUCATIONAL. 



PIANOFORTES 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 
Musical Instruments. 

Strings, &c. 

A 5 m>t. far th» eelobr-ted o,.oaf.ou>-era, 

A. H. OHIO fc Co., Sew KorU, 

C. Meyer, riiliadelP^' 3 ' 

T. Gilbert, Boston, 

lVhotc TIAN03 thof C0M3TANTLY keep on htod. 

F O H. SALE AND TO RENT. 

Pianos and AUOther Instruments 

TUNED AND^ REPAIRED. 




Hygeo-Medical Institution 



MBS. D. NORCKOSS 
Ho. 144 Sacramento street, 

, _ 1UM , SAK FRANCISCO. 



: Kerr lac. Qramlk,, 

THE STUDIES OF TUE ACADEMIC COUftS£ 

AlBbn. Ocon,"lry. Hi.L»r.-l I' !■■ I- -tM. rii 7 .!»!. Wl Ri^ 
\e, i-hj.ic«i GoDgrapby, -n> compchk.0. 

Tri^uiLUcrtrr, A-sr.-r.i.nii. N-.i.ir.,l l).-i...,j, &HUJ.UJ, 
, Krldoata 



il Pbllo«>l.bj, ti 




.PIONEER 

Riding 1 Academy, 

LIVERY AND SALE STABLES 



lioeaor. with bone rndl! 
keep covtr*d clotelj. 

p ., i ..'.. Osnoi Stm-Cm tbi-m In titlpi, 
,.- .: .ii ..1., and inul iherr. in n .ir^ej :,r.ip 

... r^r onj kind ..f pr(s*ntl, one gill of 



Very low Wholesale Cash Baj^. 

"a-rS^-J ■'■■!■''''': ""■ ■:.■'!'■'■■'■■ -''■■■■'^' i 



PATENT INSULATED IRON Ml 

Making Ihoio Iho betl and mini duroblo in (he nori 

SE1TD FOR'^OIKC'OLABS. 

I'erfcct Sallriractlon Cuaraotceoj 

or the Money Refunded. 

BOARDMAN, GRAY & C 

MAKOTA0TDBEHS ; 



JOHNS OS 

'IM i'l. ,!.-.-.]> !',"l,idlr. on ' 



TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE 

Plain, Fancy and Japanned Ware, 



STOVES AND BTOVU PUBNITDSE, ENAMELED 

WAHE, TfflBED IEON WAEE. COFFEE-HILLS, 
_. , EHT-PANB, BAEE-OVENS, 4o.. 4o, 

" hirBi-61 i.fr.irlini-nl ..I rc.,.ly-iii,i.l,-TlN-\\-AriE 



TEE NEW PATENT MILK-PAH 

OR "ilAlftYMAIO'a DEL10I1T." 
KEPAmiNC— Dune In I Itorkmmiike i.i„.,i,.-r. .„,,),, lhl 
P^Onlcr. from Hie Couulry, iromptl, .tlmdcj, 



iC i him|iiOnl Of brr 

Oft. and tho eqoelt. 

v. P. H. nunOogloo. iegg tat; he used: 11 nlll 






BUY ALL YOUR 

COLD ORNAMENTS 

OP 

or tt o ;& e n. i 



DR. AV. H. IRWI* 

DENTIST, 



-f di..irl,l luoiiilon pidd lo ibo Pre 
..| UhJUillEN'tl TSBtiL 

Toothache EITeclually Cured I 



i|« in Llpi, M.,uili .ud Ejc, (A #3 ar 
Wlole ana Fartlnl 8«U nicely and Brmlr nnjurt" 
tho Momli. 
Former PiUoai, pteua «|r ui n eull 

ChUdren's Teeth Extracted for 60 Cel* 



BUY ALL YOUR 

■WATCHES 

OP 

T TT O K. BR' 






filenni .SijniMmi. 



t^^pl. .ul-.l it in a <l""«" ° " 
months anil ri;r.- ■! ■: ; ^"/^ ^ 

SlS' TbV«»l*t-d «p.« o* . 



Electricity as a Remedial Agent, 



RAILROAD HOUSE 

46 and 48 Commercial afreet. 

Between Battery and Front, 

saN fbancisco.-- 



DISEASES CUBED 
Vltliout iiio Vho of Medicines, 



cat.. jjjlectropatMc Institute, 




THIS HOTEL 

ESTABLISHED UPON THE 

EUROPEAN PLAN. 

SUITS OF ROOMS FOR FAMILIES, 

OR SINGLE ROOMS, 

Can bo bad bj the daj, week, or month. 

UE ROOMS bare been furnished -tlb T=rci«oco lo 

MuskoU-Bans, and [■ well iwillntsd. 

Tho B-estavirant, 

a nlwava supplied wifti tlic Best ana Choicest 



EVER-K- DISH Kisro-OT-N- 



THE 


CASH 


SYSTEM 




cf this F 


ousc; by ibis men 






H to mile to Asm 


Patiom, 


. lua »ri.-i 


eCron Una Debts. 



Four Hundred nnd Fifty Acta Rich land. 



£_^»*» OMNIBUS MD CAnRIAaE 

^EsSCarrr PesMnssrs froa. Ibe Oco.a an 
3l(aa,or.B»- FREE OF CHARGE. JJ1 

BATH-ROOMS, with Hot and Cold Balhf, at BS cents, 
im cooucclcd «lih Ho Hjlcl. 

The Railroad House, 

(s ThorougU Fire-Proof. 

HEALTH, COMFORT, ECOHOMY. AHB SAFETY. 
Ii tho Motio of ibi< Uuuse. 

JOSEPH A. DORR, to|l 

GBr The Preartet™ of ihc RAILROAD HOUSE „il 






FURNITURE! 
BEDDING1 





WANTED, TO LEASE, ETC. 

Acres Excellent Land 

FOR SALE. 

. 3PLBSWD TRACT OF tAJJDOF 



SELLING, MARX 8c CO. 

.^Trir^J. I Extensive Furniture Warerooms, 

FORMERLY OCCUPIED DY 

J. G. CLARK &, Co., 

No. 510 Washington street, Up Stairs, 






□ BEDS, <tc, tt, in 



Saddle-Horse For Sale, 

Au,> A FIKE -AlJlitE-ilORSF,, FOUR YEARS 

|.. m.l ■.(■.-.. !| .1, I- 111 Ii. l-ri.-m 1.4V. ^ il h ■.. ,'(.ir 31. j 
KUiT" till -I L"m!; ■. |.:rleol contlemaa'f horM The 
owner *b.be. Ir, .ill talai fur w. Dt „f me hi b(°i. A,.|ilJ 



Breeding- Mare s Wanted. 



FIRST PREMIUM AGAIN. |J£ D ; 

BEING THE 

SEVENTH TIME RECEIVED 

Against All Competitors. 

R. H. "VANCE, 

Cumer of Montgomery and Saeramenlo Sis. 

B^vl-j JTRANCI800. 

[aila. ■■..:..!" received tb« FIRST PREMIUM 
ardedallhoStBto Fair for Iho BEST AMHROTYPES 
.1 PHOTOGRAPHS, It Is gaerant.ed lh»t al 

"b™ prwlacrfal "'j™*" wiwl" lb* Sti 
a.'.'Vh.- 1 ,,"^"^, 'it'ioMh UIJUiJCEB PRICES* 




MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

MANUPAGTTJRBRS 

^ HARNESS,*^ 

S addles, IBi-iciles, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE- W ARE, &C. , 

• No. 68 Battery street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

HARNESS of all Ibo Principal Makers in (ho United 
States. Also, SOLE AOEHTS fot Pacific Cosst, for 

HILL'S CONCORD HARNESS, 

"Wholesale and Retail." 



THE CATARACT 

Washing Machine 

AND WRINGER. 

Ruobing and Wringing Bone Away! 

Bk rma machine 



BEjST FISH'S 

NEW 

LIVERY AND SALES-STABLES, 

Sansome street, corner of Pine. 



B. F. FISH, 



FIRE-PROOF. ROOMY, LIGHT, AND 

Entirely Free from any Dampness, 



LIVERY AND SALE ONLY 

PERSONAL SUPERVISION, 

WITHOUT PARTIALITY 

Horses and Fine Stock, 



' ■ ' (V-A 




,'!, REMARKABLE 


mm 


^v 


.',.''] FOLLOWING 
-,-.'; QUALITIES 


■f/jiis 




S which it is 

m WARRANTED 

!■ ro possess? 






flnost Lko Collar, or tha 


Inrgeit Bed-Qii 


"ib.>„M 


rlnWas: Ibom. 








1 b perfectly noil 






bo Cloth in s. war 


,',,. ..ill 


"^".^".ba'a'poo'a 


Wiusolito °l» D 


"i'.n-rif 


Tinas laFaeTojClothM 
atn ..vos (l.«*»liir « tbor- 
v J. Half Ti.r. Tihf. 








loro. Aiwa 


, ""^'jjjj c> IlSi 








IB Next Jr.p.lre 


..,...,.. i 


"*°- «■«* *"''*'■'■ 



BAILEY'S PATENT 

C O JS<E BUST ED 

Washing, Stoching and Wringing 

TVIACHIJVE. 




mors HA, HIKE IS ADAPTED TO ALI.^EINDS OJ 




PHILIPS' SLEb-R-ECULATINC 

Wind -Power. 

BENIC1A MILL. 

'OR DRIVING C!U~MIIJ.S, TAXXEHIES, 

rn;vixii shots. <:ium.M: saws, 

CIIUItNIXG, AND ICMJ-iyi-: 

notintcJ ,ii|...-.i..i lu niiubirisjul' th.' kind 

and t.Mi.U'Vi:-'- uf ii tuasl recommend 



u CROWNIKQ EXCELLENCE u-.-.ir 



a PATENT RltJir 




|lii- 



THE METROPOLITAN 
^Vasliing- MaeUine I 

^i.3Sl"I3 Ji.TT^i.CJHlsa:EI>J-rJ- 

Enbbing and Wringing none Awaj 1 

THIS 

Wonderful Machine ! 



Tho PRICES at Ibo f 




WOOL, HIDES. AND SKINS, 
Purolias © <3- 

AT THE HIGHEST MARKET RATES, 

LONING & FTJERSTEIN, 

BO FRONT 5TBES1. 

%3 A ^J&Si"sS 



Jebb's Patent Churn. 

rpui' kcv,' r.iTn.T •■■iiiiici M sow itt.iiiv n 




HOCS 1 HOCSI I HOCSI I I 

TOE 1110HE3T MARKET PRICE WILL BE PAI 

Tor Graln-fied llogx, 

At tba Pork-packing Homo or 

STEVEN'S. 



H B.— Parties 







BUY ALL YOUR 

d i^m o 3srr> s 

OF 

TUCKER! 



CAUTION. 









REMARKABLE 
















Folio wine Qualities, 


A 






1 It Is Warranted 

TO POSSESS: 


It doc. 


not ft 


r the 


clotbes, and never b.caks a 


Ilf'rm 

"Sis 


as then 

i,-i-.(h 


o K hlT 


ba cost delicate as well u 
'rya'imDj'and durable, and 
nndtrhtn not lonse takes no 


hi- cli.tbi 


ol^Kod 


iS 


Lh o"o aid THiIo^t f'fell lo 


di..,.i.'t,.n 
Fot >a! 

Ho. G2S, 


v.'i-,.;. 

WM. 


filled, wil-b MmUooi. bavins fuU 
jiI,°biiJ R*«i»H, by 
F,lLt'l,It\ER& SOS, 

■ i, u IVubiofion, San Franoiioo. 




FAMILY MARKETINGr. 

Stall No. 1, Washington Market, 
■a$ „,:--'""•"" «-™-"— ' 

Iffi&t FrultN and Vegetables, 

R »™n.. -1,b .11 Uie AAsrfHta, « n bo 

""^SFlNfrTON'S, 1 " 

i\". 1, Washington niarbet, 

Bffi*Emit and Frodocn Reeeivde and Sold 
ON COMMISSION. 



d ttrvBicr, wbo wtibed ra 



1. H. JOSSELYH, hi. D 



T^iiy -A.11 TOUT 

SILVERWARE 

OF 

T TJ O I£ E H, I 



WiolBWlo Frodoca Report 



,.,.„ Uv„ bv on large, but amr. r«"™ ,,f1 ' ,n ,U ° "'" 

,| , V1 -,,,1 .till nil r( L-f.|.U »"' ■PI ,l I i °B "° " M ""," 

.,,.■!■■ ... f... ■I-.-n:'-. ha.e Men readily taken «F bul1 ' 
hr ta»rt nd filing PT*** Wo »™ i a " b ' ( l ° a ' 1 " 

parcel, of tholes noJitios, aMpisuml "' " hku b *' Dg "'* 
tended .lib lost delay. » od ,D ' urin E 6""" aL ""' rl ! 



,, Hansen 



• of ill 






for Hipping ifueal, i,lrlll e lhc F" 1 w " l( ' ""' "" 
MHkr, d.i ool cuter the markel with the eoinoauj,,ol, 
to iran Its lowtr grades or Wheat lb" Ibey »« 
dooe.bulreaailylakenp.il parcel' of red Au.lrall 
and Cl.il. a. full rata, .has. rarftlie. «" P»Ueala.l, 
(to. .ome certain seellons, carrying »<renelb " bl = 
pl.cr, i. for milling teauireo,r.uls .bovo «W variolic 
,t, M .10, espor. buyer, —Id »«»" fl ' P™^"' 
Out Wheel market, we tfatnh, I) Id a r,<id l.tillby col 
dllioa m prss.al rata* .MA fact !■ '«"T d™«Hlrale 
by lhc crowded condition of 
Wheal, ihogr. 



1 already •eld. W 



rod B 



tllln 



to So. York, England ai 



arkets. 



lnullna io Coleman * Co'*. 
Lino, si North Point Dock, bus taken bur eomp' 
of Wheal on board (foar bandrtd loni), and .ill 
plcle her ate., .lib Barley and general Wl*l '° 
York. 

A good demand has tallied during tbo put w. 
Barley fbr tspurLilloo, nod largo miss have beeo 
for llili purpose it prlect ranging from BS la BO 



Sue*. Be 
boar the I 



it ihij lii 



OaU have been frttlj purrbeied forsotuo ll 
by onr export buyers, for shipment lo Auit 
SI 04 toil 1171, wbieh faotwa on planed U 



Out, 21.1-2 seeks; Cor 
tut*; Hay, "Bo Inns j 1 

Wheat, *> IMlBl— 

c«w ■..bifpi D| il«ia l 



Onr SuBscriberi' Prem'tun. 
Bhi.ll Kl« <" *> aA Ame " '" P° s ' lbl ° "' 

JL" ',""." •" ™i »»» •««< "• '•'"' ' b *' 
,b W .m j. .. «» «™> ""'"«' •■ " ,i " """■ 

■rtraknown lou.i tr»« •"* »< ■ll,™»°P" 

.».»«■• II»H '•'" "'" '" "" '""""' " 
ih to(0( R«»lt» °f " blir 1'"^" £nl lnb0 "' Eom ' 

h.,,,... l« on.r.™..»., .... -in'."' 

Jouroal, and fur which l»c jhllll I 
gnUefol. „ , 

There Kill bo many of our Sno.crtbeM .1 .0 fro 
bom we hope lo bore the renewal of Ihclrnnro' 
r our Siiltenlb YolnmB! nnd tliis ncensioa "I 
i nronvenli'nt.na n-cl! ns n pleasant and Dpnnr- 
no lime ; nnd Iboso who muj bo in arrears, — 
,p» thej T-ill cheerrnllr and without aiki 
iatarilr aid Ub Id o„r work ; Tor all noob deid) 
we Bball be B ratefol. Th» will bo oor Prep 



Politicians 



t Work Everywhere 



W»bi 



cepini 



iill'ulili 



a 9 feel I 



for the State and onr country; man/ or our ex. 
ebaogej enme to ob with an E.tra folded inj.de, 
being an appeal In behalf of tbo pari, to which It 

Volfikian) have plunfitd onr blcBjed eouatrj 
into a war, that has nearlr ruined it. Onr wholo 
couotry is divided by them. Were II not for 
PolltiolB.nl who fallen on the Itnin of Slates, our 
whc.lecounlrtwouldnonbeuelltdoodp.n.-i^fo... 
Our own Stale bas bceo kept dirided ; its true 
inleretU o* B l«led; and its vast reioarces droined 
to fallen tbo Vampires that have been fastened 

We wlab the AgricullnriBls ol California wo 
realite tbeir true poiiliga nnd Inlluencc. 
them reflect, ll.nl while Jlerchants, Trad. 
Jlccbnnicj, nnd Minora, nre often cbrniglng from 
place to place : here to-day and £"nc !o-morro« 
oolreallr permanent ciliicos; luc At'rin.l.i.riM 
ibe great mra of the Far nun, are a filed Popal. 



.1 of In 



d pnjmg 
class that 



CaUfornln Asriaaltoriil Talis (or 1BG1 

The Annual Fain of Iho Stolo, Diolrirl. *o-l Connl7. 
Apienl.0,,1 S«i.lt«* of .1,1, State, for tbo cm™, 
jear, .ill UOield as follows: 

MM,r J n r,>»ll»rafAWrtlf-Al 

Sepl. 31b, In Mill. 

Ban m,lrf t l Seefefe-Al S»n Jose. Toej.lnj, Bert. 
Hlh. to2Tlh. 

JT/dbrmb C-.OI-/ Soeferjr— a 
SenL lOtb, to mth. 

IUo-o tkmis 5w<'y-At rtoi Dla<T. IVadurriay, 
BepLlltb. 

.«,.<»•« 0>™ij -S^V'y-At Pant. Row, Tnesaay, 

Alamtda Omnfy S>n'(ly— . 
Oct. 1st, tn Slh. 

ff„loUl Otwlf S«;«j-Atllyde.tmo,Too«J.y. 
Oct, Sib. 

Contra Ohm Canary Satiny— At P«oboeo. 

Polra In Oregon for 186*. 

5,ore iW.'nj.-At Oreson City. Oct. HI. to <*■ 

Umpjnu rof/.y*ef.'J-Al , BatL. 11*. 

l-»n.l«l fnnniy ftefcry-Al JloMinn.lilc, Sept 1Kb 
and 25lh. 
if„lo. CW» ftefefy— Al C..rt.lli-'. OnL Id and Jth. 
/,„„ o,„i, AWefj- Ka K enoCily. OcLSth and IMh. 
J/,r. - uo CuofK Sacit'y— Salem, Oil 1H 
11 W " 
Jfu/I 



... Jl.itirl:.?. 



dorado, ToeidtJ, 



; Oakland, Tmtda; 



Tour Dollar! In Tear— In Advan 



Pa; nmmplly, would bo ch»r(«I the former 

lf<a-iaktlf. TtUlj lQU«Bdrishl..nd »i 
,.„. n, reolmrMed o. Hi- Pi.II".. ud w. 

,,. t ,i y .| j'.., TwI. Y.-.r.; lhi.1 would m.ko ll 



FA11M STOCK. 

THOROUGHBRED "CA-TTtEi 
Slieep, «ii<l 






THAIiVKIM*. 

Pafifie Mair SteaiDsBip t!oni[iaaj*3- 
Orizaba t 

FEAHS OF. -...»"' COaaaJBtl 

OW WE1WESI1AV, -- "rpt-ll,,^ 



MW9H TAlTj !(.-«..,', ■' 



•„ 1-1,1. H. T. 



Flint, Bixby & Ck». 

HAVE CULL BLOOD 



^.jr Ftiil-blooil Merino Sbeep. 

fflr p. r . m ,„L.bii.jK.jll-l.l."-l Merino Sheenea' 



CRYSTAL^PAIiACE 






idaidin to" "a 



i, the aoTernment looks foi 

boor of trial and danger. 

armors, iboo, ihould see thai only good and 
■ men are elected lo offices tbtoughout ibe 
snouldnid directly or indirectly 



an Hit 



B only shou 



iny oPJ. 



,1 ollittr, 



vim c-n-fB Ma CfllOl 



San Francisco Cattle Market. , 



Beep— ABitrL-.iL.fir.i ,,,r,lii) ;ki,. i - ; ;,1 n I. 

(513.;! ?■ »liT n.,i.i; .-^oirl:, l.i .^ulily li- | -■ 1 

qoility le 51 tb. 

Veil— trsl qualiit, lc@Se. 

llnoi— Siruk Hogj 3U; fit 
TJrciisd TtfniSe. 

Motto^' — ilrassod. .1c@0c, according lo quality. 

Mltcit Co«B-lit -("unlily tlifi/tM; 2d qo 
»1Si3S2J. 



a tool 41 to ac; 



Bttall Prleesal WaibingMa Mu «t— "^t <■ • 



J-.-. : ^".V.... 



, ' 



.:-„ r- : ...... .. vo U( 

fuut-Asoa. ...'!'..!!• 

aiAoaje fjUika I 

^SlreJa".^'' 
'.J)*»pln. .. .. «>D 



■ 


duly 
wbo 
rCoo 


rr Loyal <o 

ntry, ore p 


c c.ui be 
the I1...1- 


are, 
;o ll. 


.mil FL.jJ 


Fa 


zz 


tiiiv.- detiil'i 


1 the Fate of C 


m;,..v.vt: 




Onr 


Z lcc lion. 






Tl 


iTBiijiiDiTDriirjii 


Slate hn» 


passed off in a 




l.llfll 


manner; m 


st remark 


blr s 


i, when wo 




der 


.a agitated 


conditio. 


of 


ho people 


Tb 


erosu 


t. astonish 


nil; both 


the 


parties are 


rp 


[sed j 


(be in ump 


nnt parly 


are > 


urprised at 



with the prestige they supposed tbey had. Du 
the Election It o»er ; the Union parly bare glo 
riously triumphed; our Slnlc has been BBred, w 
trust, from civil war and bloodshed : "Penc 



i BHoinrnu — Liout Ho I— The 
■known mcrtantilo houi* has roc 



■oeently 

Iubo brought oot more Into the Vght of Ihe world 
aroood us. Our ohjeel in writing a few word. 
km lo say limply, that Stanford Druthers h.iv< 
been cooslnnlly doing their best to scalier Light 
all over the Sule. Stanford Brother'. Oils, Star 
fold's Camphene, Stanford Ilrothcr's Coal-Oi 
KeroseoB, nnd nil the other phmri, have I 
mooted Ihe people, that having enjoyed tbo liylu 
oribo Arm In greater or lesser parceli fbra 
time, Ibe people have token them 



bit I, and I 
f this f 



j.lly it 



io thai hit light nnd i.,n. ,.-,,, ... , 
taneuilyover the en tiro Bute, i 
»Hj d.-pel nil the clouds and d 

ally do. Light 



'I.. IVy 



-,,-hi 






lono Volley. 

Is onrahelchoftbis Valley, woomiited to jpeak 
nf Ibe Flouring Hill of Junes Camming*, Esq., 
wbicb is a fine brick Hill doing a good business, 
and turning out some of Ihe best samples of Flour 
It. our Slate. The. Mill runs day and night; has 
all the now improvements ; and can be ranked as 
A So. 1 Mill. 

We should bate said or Ibe Golden Star Mill, 
thai tbo prop-ielors were Hall k Rcrron, instead 
of Hall, Cupt. llerron of Sacramento city being n 
partner Id the Mill. 

We olio made a mistake in lhc name oflbn per- 
il should have been li. K. Seilon, inatead or Jlr. 
Rickey. "Mistake, will happen In tha best of 
famillea;" ao.l wo hope our friends will excuse 
omission! and errors of this kind— as, from a 
pocket well lined with "lluiui," we are lomeitmci 



Well Bred Stock For Sale. 

m 2a *$a 

HAVINO A LAHflB BlIEEDINO STOCK OF 

SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, 

SOUTHDOWN SHEEP, 
TEOEOTJBH-BBED TROTTING HORSES, 

W.OODBUBN FARM," 



Tbe Groat Wrestling Macon. 

Thi Grand Wrestling Malcb for lhc Champion'; 

Dehor lbs Slate of California, came off at 11 r 

Frank Carter's Half-Way House, between N«»ndi 






nther 



So one lo Like bis opponent by a crots collar. 

No one lo throw his uppuuciil, w Inn annl opji. 

So one lo get ou his knoea lo prevent his being 
tbrown. 
So one lo lake his opponent by tha skin of h 

So one lo lake advantage of hit opponent whi 



I.Jac 



,„.,.ilr .. 



title with. 



•u iiwiirdtil i 






Civitnv Eqr.iPME.'lra.— Our Cavalry thai 
.lltd on duty will be Bore or having good 
ubitaotlal equipments, so Tar at their saddlery It 
lonceraed. Any one lolerealcd can be sure of 
Ibis, if.!hey will only call nt Main * W I neb ester's 
• ddlert Warehouse, bo d see ibe Dno oceootro. 
■on now making by ihnt eminent House. We 
their placi 



tb .... ..t>o IV ij,,.., 

'•* ,t 'SelWfTooBrt.. ..evil I 

- . .. .. iv-ii,,,™ r.u..,ou.. .»>» -j 



»*alC.n-i 

:. . 



..-..;■.; :rr;. 



Litnis «r vni Fam.—Ladloa bi the Stale Pal. 

able Dry Good, store of Cunnell, Ttyaa & Co., oi 
J street. Their slock ia one of Ihe beslln lb. 
QncnCilyof the PU1. 



Thos 



i.i.l lor ... 



»!.: <,. ll 



™gb 



I klni 



"" IV 


■New AnvinTisEutsr,.— We oik alienlio'n lo our 




new adverlisemenij. Travelers will End good 


.. V 


stopping places _and good homes In each of Iho 




bulelt In oor columns ; all are No. 1— w„ adver- 








SatramonW are worthy of nollce. Sow is the lip. 


53 £ 


.,.a.j,,,il, E „,ih„,. The Pair ae»i.in it at bar., 
■■_!■ ircirculalion over e.ery p.ir. t.t llicSi,,. 











lot Fiuota I'ulu Tiudc— The 
ilcle is moil truly ojtonlsbiog. Schr. 
st introduced tbit article here at an articl 
ddlng, in February 1650. Tbo article waa 
retail ai high as fiOc nud T6e a pouad. Thi 
is very limited ; bul now tbe year or 1800, only 
nr yetri, and the tale bus been orer 3000 bale,, 
irly 400,000 



it of tbia bout 



Tut ELtoraoitiiiiu IsiriTuti.— Wo call Ihe at. 
tentionofour readers lo ibis succcsiful Institu- 
tion, on Washington street, of Dr. Josselyn. ll 
Is worthy of notice ; being free from Ibe drugging 
DHtHud, 'uri-s are effected wllboul polsuuing 



it 13} CI 
lostlynUsoldbySlr.' 



early 



:oded for Hi 
last. The three prizes 
of Grass Valley. 

The first priie, the Champion*! Bell, or Ibe 

v,.loeor ^7., ... .on by Thomas Kudy, of Si. 

The !„c..n.l i.n'/.,, ..I Sis, by John Milcbel), of 
Gurnear, Cornwall, Kngland. 

Tli. il.ir.l | ■ r i -- -j . „i -:.... .,_ v Iiicli.,,,1 K.iwurdi, ..f 

Mr. Tl,..ni.„ i;,,.|; «, 1S i|,cn called lo thi Com. 

JilOI.'d 11.11 ,l( tl,.. ,-il.LL,: „l C,.li((,rni.l. I.V J..M1,- 
1'uwuliiii, l-^n-. ..I llr.,-;, V.illi-v, who .|..liv,T.-.| III. 
same it. a very n.„i ,in,l iipproiiriate speech. Mr 
Jamc, 11. JtlTery, of Nevada, one of Ibe iuljicril.tr. 
lo the Wrcjlliii^-jl.iirb, |,ui [|i,. bell on the win. 



North PoiRt Dock Warehouse. 

STOJRAOJH9 

3aa b. p™u„j |» .bb, „ D| , knonu Wnreboo.o oa tl 

■■>•■'■< < r..i,l, t.reas 

Even raeim, [, „a; tred for ,i„ r i or y/ bli , D . 
Flour, tod ether Dome.lla Product. ^ 

AdTranoes 

aIadt0BBpp IU »,JJ ) „ ob , nJL . o 

„ WM.T. COLEMAN A CO , 



To Wool-Gro-weiPS ! 



--»» Tiiii. ; i'i:-('i:ir.f:i;- m 'H r.p rail .■ ..sfflT 

JrtSBTlh,. aK.ntien of iho Wwl-OroBOIS of JOUST 
CiCalirornUtiillielriliiekof eU^Ca 

Fine Full -II loo i) Merino Slie«t>, 

Whieb Is lc>no.[odgedbTlba bes! jadues to be lb. 
its I of nolhine but Full 



Cr,.:.,ll-k..f •l,-r | .i, 1 il„.- 



a IheaJi.olieoorba.iuKbeon 

REARED HERE, 

ail Fully .iccllntatcd 




Southdown Bucks 

For iSelIo. 



■'■■" :■ ■■■"...■.■I cli. ,-.,,.... ,,.. ,,. .„ („„.„ ,.„,, 

'■ "1" 'll-i' 'I.J 1 I„-,I,....I.,.,,I... ,[,.. ,.,. 

leslrable class of .boui. for Il.eodon. ' 



"" ' nt", «!,,;,.. [|,.i ;-],,■, ., ..,„, i , ' ,,, , 

HLlU-.ilIn;;. v.,,. -„,., ,„„.,,,.;,,./ *'"*■ " r al ' 
'? N- D STABWOOD. 



FOR rS A. X* E 

PURE AND THOROUGHBRED 

s -^- ^. O N" ;n A. M S ! 

From ipeolallT Imported Slock. 



i Frtnoljieo— 11Y. OERSTCND, Krq 
-Sall.ldad Po,l-0aea, Monl.ry Co, 
EUUESE SHEIIWODD. 



SSO.ODO In vah 

Ouou HroCK,— A subscriber, In writing ns, Inci- 
dentally menlioncd Ibal ho killed a yearling Calf 
of Spanish slock Hint waa from Ibe future (never 
01hcrwi«i> fed), whlull weighed, when dreed, WO 

l ,> : i " : ' |,, :"" ll " ll ">' 1 "' 1 ""- w 'her Stock-men 

tell us If ibis was ji.ji a good Culfl 



WOOL I 

PurchMBd at tho Highest Market Ratci. 



BUY ALL YOUR 

J E W E L K Y 

OF 

TUCKER ! 



Better than Preston a Merrill's 
A.t Less Prices ! 

3HAI.I,B]»C1E 

Yeaat Powder, 

POLLY GUARANTEED 

«H3 ffi " n ' W "' L " 

7 1. C. WIJSASS, 



California Steam Navigation Cnitpuj, 

'j™n=u-' rfollf P** Bw'ia'My 'ie-ri " 1 crrvn-, , t 
OAHRVHfG OTiTiiD STATES Kajl. 

Renmer EOIIPBT. OaM»to E. 0. K rb.rfwlc*; 
" /.KTPI.OI'C. Cap lain K. A. Foelo; 
<• COBrTELIA. IWah. '.:. Cnklln, 

uv.x.y.h m. :■■•«. i ■■■■■;■■ ' ci-t, 

" X DRAODOlf, Cptala 6. B. Jliitby, 

OBO c* rha «bi"B steamers will lenm Bnaaiinyjsn,^ 



Red Bioffi, 

^^"'■ftaeCoo™,. 



SONOMA AND SANTA RO8A1 



PRINCESS, 



ajj Ihn Emoirced..... ,.. Ain...n. (lor tt,. S m 



COLEfflAN'S LINE, 

SAN FRANCISCO TO KET7 YOBI. 

^&^nAVlM6 ESTABLISHED A LIHI jgc 

CLIPPER SHIPS, 

Tosail ro E nlBil T rrera 3an Fraaelscolo New Ytri.f 



HUCKS & LAMBERT'S 

CELEBRATED PATENT 

H & L AXLE-GREASE. 

the smuciiir.r.us n.wi: Tin: I'LEASunEOF 
MEO HAN ics"lN STIT UTE 

First Premium 
UNRIVALED _aXLE-GREASE 

S. P. BAY AGRICULTURAL S0C1ETI 

Ilaie Awarded Ihtm their 

First-cla^s I»ria:e 

FOlt SAME. 
But howorer Br.ilfy| nM to tbe sdTBrtlstrs lo bavs lb* 

"HOME MANUFACTURE" 

Iboi dlstin«ul,hod, It le with creator prido th.y s 
ibu (.„.! thai l™.t.,in„iai,.tin-- ihonverifhelinlp* lo 
Intion of nn artlelo from Iho BasL as-umios tbolrlli 
tbo demand for Ihulr SOW I'Ol'ULAIL 

U Si, L AXLE-GBE49B 
HAS MOltE THAN DulUM.KH DURING TBI 

PKES8NT SEASON. 
And whilst lha SUooraeloren offtr Ibelr Grateful tbu 

to all those friends to 
"OALIPOHNIA I>R03=>t7CJ B ' 



n 11 



olan 



1 1. , .. ,n L .'i .""li* 
10 instam tha 
WIDE-SPIIEAD REPUTATION 
tbolr malerlnl bat aequlred, of belng 

THE BEST AND CHEAPEST 

Lubricating- Medium 

Fort wnr:i.:i.-r'Aiu;i.u;!:s, ETC., 

*»r tolroduetd in 10 Callforala I 

n n lii Ai I. Mlil^HT. 



CALIFORNIA FA.B.Tb&B'B' 

List oT Agonta. 

Bealilor atlhu r>tt-Dlnoa,Bnil tbemonny »lll«anaW* 



J ,' i\ ' '.' J.. 1 ' " '<) T, ",'lt '1 S."i rilfri"" 




volume xyi. 



TT^^'nAinOBal^ FRIDAY M^RNINO. SEPTEMBER 18. «■ 



NUMBER 2- 



gjie California fatmw. 

■ *fff) JOMLVAL OF OSBPUl. SCIEVCI 



OOLOItEL WA8BBH. 



TO BIAS BED EVERY 



ty & 4..rtl»m«tt .nd Sal 



say to perfect hosl'Ii- To the Judge and his 
n wo were greatly indebted for very kind ntlen- 

urf, and « portion of tbe cultivated and business 
ihurbsofSan Juno. 

AtSwcctlnnd we called nt the stare of Messrs. 
Wond Brothers, end was gratified "> 6nd < a lhpnt 

be gallant ship Sweden, in '411, though wo hue 
oiet foe many years. Messrs. Wood Dro'hor: 
doing o prosperous business wo arc glad tl 



Mountain, Orchards and Vinnya.vrlH.-lvD. 2 

■fWnn a desire to make some observations upor. 

! another route, we took the stage route from Marys 
rille intending to view tbc same from the slnrlirif 
point on to Downievillc, and to see if tbc whoh 
line of country was not favorable for orchards on< 

I TloeyWs. 

I After leavine M.irysvilie, the entire r on te along 



I! StlL'S 



i of b 



hnnd, 1 



p on Ibe 1 



Ibe 



1 ..lilt i.e.: 



TWllj i 



ong lil 



fifty, end sixty feet and more ; then again upon 

hiree flowed io tbctn have sweptawny hondrcdB ol 
BScres of the aide, of the mountains, and carried 

the rocks nod Jlones into the valleys below. 
»*Along Ibis entire route, nt nearly nil Ibe mining 
Roots, we found the evidence of a successful culti- 
vation of fruit trees, vines, nail garden vegetables, 
We regretted that we could not explore all this 
Spate, but oor aim was to visit Sou Juan, Foresl 
City, and Downievillc, particularly, and tbcrefon 
* only mad 



We 


called 


sllhn 


residence of Judge Shetland, 


orw! 


am tb 


plac 


is named, and could not but 










,«« 


land). 


Tn I 
ary, a 


c garden of Mr. S. we found 
nl these hives of sirred were 
argo af Jits. S. rrhnse genius 


taste 


ndsk 
.s. lie 




napiarinn has given her great 
ge was six swarms of bees, and 




f llah 


n \>* 


s, all doing well. We found 



incynrd. Ou our way back n 
le ipot 



ncynrd 



will be planted by Mr. Dai 

Foley ; the soil for a vineyard most cxccllcu 
highly successful. 

examined thus far the Horlicolliirc we 
ed to look at the hydraulic mioing by 
Col.Abbee; nod such raining 1 So one cuii form 
iy conception of the magnitude or the mining 
Mirations of San Joan, or indeed of any of our 
,rgc mining places by report ; tbey must be seen 
i be realized. Some idea, however, may he had 
hen ne say that hundreds or acres af mountain 
,nd Is gradually and even rapidly swept away 
sforethe terrible power of the hydraulic force; 
igbt to bear 




RIDLVG ARENA OF MR. ORR.CK JOH 
Hiding. 



S SCHOOL, SAN FRANCISCO. 



bow" that in all this; 



;ree of s 



raid! cai 



country there is 
be establisbc 
ilher tbn rt 



ind t 



it a. singe bouse, the "Empire Ranch," quite a i 

iratedpl.ice, established in ]S5D,os a slage-h 

in J pesTOifice, kept by Messrs. Hoouey k Moody, 
El well known nnd popular place. This is a largo 
and prosperous bay ranch, a few acres of vines, 



Whet 



:c the 



ills a 



and the 



o stand upon the edge of lb 
own into the chasm made by tbe miocrs ; ofie 
Ho uu area of acres, 00, 80, 100, and even 16 

11 been swept awoy ; earth, stones, aud even lore 
ocks carried before the force of tbu current, oflo 

ud stand upon tbe banks of these fast rccedin 



clynr. 


cessary 
n of the 
bis cnti 


:: 


tbu 

oils 
The 


da 


he 
rd 


rune sba 
altby nor 
jackplane 


Id 


oty-vi 

edof 


thcr exc 


tb 


."'..' 


6" 


re 


e forgo, h 




ntof 


bodily 


'«< 


r to 


tbe 




hot at the 





course, wheo exorcise for II 
5 form of pleasure, the volnric 



rowing. Cut of all 11 
:gant because it is evei 
lined and genteel of b 



■herwisc ill-tempered 
,t part ofbis building 



heie riches, tho seeds of destruction are sown 
irondcast. Advocate as a speciality the Agrieut- 
urnl interests or California : speoulatars and ad- 
.■eniurers will Inlrodueo fast enough Manufactures 

!urc lo become n prominent intercut, ns fast ns an 
mportunity occurs. I nm rejoiced that a largo 
inrlion of ray family ore in Calitoroia, for under 
,h« most favorable circumstance!, tbe North and 
East cannot recover their former tvculth and posi- 

I had almost forgotten the principal object of 

writing at this time. At the request of S. F. Haven, 

Esq., Librarian of the American Antiqunr.au So- 

sw, Worcester, Mass., lo forword the following 

.,. j Mombcrs ol joir Journal ; and for 

Volume, you 



tW.Slsl 



. Sill,:',; 



ruly.yoi. 



ind forward ; 
Wm. LlWTC 



Brad king Colts. 

"Havel's System," anything not in thot line on 
the subject of ■'Breaking Colts," will be deemed 
impertinent, But for the sake of those who have . 



nljotn 



,!,.,] lll.Lt 



say. It is ndm 



.reua, the floor being 
reverittks horse gctti 
.nredincascof a fall 



ling or Englisl 
re raostlv ridde 



untcd in ordiuary 
oling saddles, dis- 

;h the plain snaffle 
iry hnrscs,thnugb 

stout, nod of the 



iced by Hi. 
arnestly 1, 



ion— the art ofridin 



principal Water Company that supplies the nDt °. n ' r IB v '" 3 _' 
Is tho Middle Yuba Canal nod Water Com- | *™.„"f.;™'«, 



not 



, stage I 



lion is rapidly advancing Wo noticed tho IToioi 

Ranch, .he Hudson House, Mr. Williams; Dee 

I Creek House, W. E. Oaque ; the Key Slone Ranch 

' llr. Brown ; Anthony House, French A Smith, a 



| Ths Viritor to this place receives a favorable 

j impression at once; the main street is finely 

plankeJ, aud is clean and smooth. Ths place 

I appearance. Wo stopped at the Stage House (tbc 

1 aged. San Juan is truly a pretty place, theuiraufy 

,f,t o 



c-rhydm 

fun.irln.- 



idtfa, and from 60 to ISO feet deep 

all of which contains gold. Tbe amount of capUa 

:d in Water companies and dilcbes i. 

imiited at two and-a-half mil 



tbe 



»Btglve the 



,1 pla 



f this mil 
o San Jue 



n Jnan 



sought for the vineyards and g 
jhtucss caught our vision mile! 



was one good fortune lo bav 
er Col.Abbee, well known 0; 



. Tho 



a lb re 



om of dollar 
Ths principal mini, 
iurekn Company of >li 
if 5100,000 : Kuitket 






and the 



expended each 530,000 to ZBO.ODO in their w 
Wyoming Company, also about sii owners, V 
i,l .>:■'!, 'H "J ; [iic- tin] ilen fi.ilc (.'oniji.iiiy, Siiliiu ..^.,. 
owners, valued al S30,0DD. To this wo should odd 
Ibo rich lead of tho Middle Tuba Canal and Water 
Company, who are doing a heavy mining business. 



The population of San Juaa is nbout 
[■here is one church, two schools, one pri. 

iulce^-lbat of the Hydraulic Press, nn txc 

inpor; Wm. Uausman, Esq., editor and ].m|irk1(.i\ 
rhere is also a fine public library of uOO volumes, 
contributed generally by citizens, nnd by dona- 



Huw easy it is To 



In California, 

ach of even-bo 
,u be bought at 
ell broken to tl 
id if one can n; 

only really valt 
inoblo. Tl 
i. and Law 



though they admirably i 



oprietor of this establishment endeavor: 
o the golden rule of business nnd give hi: 



Hence, and richly i 
nnge of tho lady oni 



; from Wm, Law ton. Esq. 
leased to receive tbe following Lelti 
lisilily esteemed Correspondent, nn 



live to thedisi 
.•s. This nohle 



,:u] tl„: 



■c.llhy n 



i. Wen 



n average of £30 each, nlrendr 
saddle, and Dl for general nsc. 
rd it, n fine thoroughbred horse 



, Asbla. 



Slate. Would to God all Cnllforninns fill Mil 
We shall comply with tho request of our Friend 

those readers of ibe Fabhkh in iho good old Stale 
of Massachusetts (God bless her) lo tho 
of this our Golden Slate, and induce the 
nd dwell with us. 

Eonon F.i 



een created for tho use of man. It Is aiso well 

„ m , „„il i„il,:ed follows naturally from ibis, 
mi if his temper is once soured and his anger 
inicil .ill ho becomes hostile to man, tli,; l,.,r-:,.i, 
«pablo of the most provoking ugliness. This . 
clng tho case, much of the character of a horso 
vi.len.lv ,le|,.Ti.ls on the nl:inrii:r in which ho IS 
ral.en, <m.l the irei.tliu-nl which he lecuvts from 
iiin. My eipurien.t ,n,] u b;ervaiion linvedemon- 
tniled to me tbe efficiency of Ibo following Ircat- 
lent: The coll should bo broken lo Iho halter, 
.dilt ri'll-iwi.iK the mure. Hot whether this haj 

l.'oi uri.l -oj.-.o.h side:.. . After gently handling 
lis head, neck and shoulders, for a time, prnpor- 



ori.lle ■ 






... .103 smclled of it s 

slipped genlly over his head and the bit inserted. 

■Ij- upon him. The bridle should ho 

ih gag runners and side straps, but 

mnrtingals ?lioulil iiei'i-r lie uind. Afitr very gri.d- 

P^'r^'^las^b^i^ 

■ Dt * ■ 0U • "---la about thofiitnlobj IooSt 



,in^,l,e 
ju. He 



ij will. 



Ould b 



_. word, nod lo obey 

ence of tho rein. This maj bo 
(ho fiogce through tbe bridle rein 
.n tho shoulder, nod directing bis 
srt of the stable, by tbc slightest 

103. During 
ml handled 



Tow'bo'd'r 


.■eh Jili'Jiil ll" 


stable i 


ilh 




he should t 






kindly uu 


fcule^ly a 














1,1 t.v-u,- 


firm and pati 


,::;:,:, 





world fc 
burncis 



flbu 



ecqu 



jfndlf offered to show us Ibe prominent fcatun 
if tbe place. 

Onr firsi call was at tho garden of sir. Jut 
1111 i hero wo found quite an orchard, and a goi 

tops; tho Trull trees were loaded with fruit, ni 
Jio vines doing remarkably woll. 

We then visited a row or ganstns and bcaulll 
residences on the slope of tbe hill, where Ou. 
vision was made glad by tome of the prettiest 

thick aud fine as u Turkey carpet, and a.,, „„..- 
1 Uful. Of ihc» we name that of Col. Ahbee and 
his brother, W. H. Sears, Esq., Frank Bmltb, Esq., 
Ibis garden terraced; these two lost whlw clnver. 
Tbc gardens of CoL Abbee and his brother, have 
heavy crops of fruit— the trees generally over- 
. loaded. There ore many cicellcat gardens all 
nroond Sao Juan— G. D. Dowoiog, Esq., Judge 
Blidger, Hr. McCoy, Mr. Ready, Mr. Foley, Mr. 
HatinioQo, and many in Ibe vicinity which tro 
rogrettcd we could not eiamlne thoroughly. We 
had the nleaiure to meet no old fricodio Jndge Btid- 
gcr, wboie recovery from a terrible mangling by the 

teresi among hli friends, having broken all hia 






iccdcd to ndd to tbe 



A How Botd-Sosor. 
Bv reference to tho New Advertisement or 
Messrs. Knopp, Bnrrcll k Co., our readers will 
find a new Seed-Sower with a Harrow attached- 
working most admirably. Tho Advertisement 
gives a brief but clear description of what can be 
dono. These Implements have been exhibited al 
the Stockton Fair, and were highly approved, 
Thoy will he on Exhibition at the State Fair, and 
arc worthy tho especial notice of the Fnrmera o; 

This Machine can bo seen nt tho Warehuuse o 
'.esirs. Knapp, Burrcll k Co. See thele Card. 

Uusteu's Gnus-SB pa Baton.— Wo hope lo sf 
Ibis excel lent Implement on exhibition nt Sacra 

shown lo operation. Tho Ifachii— .._ 
Stockton Fair, but It was laid down io pieces I 
._. yard, nttcrly neglected; w 
i l>l think a h ;i „,.. neglect of those who had I 



nd mode ready for dr 
lorses for Iho saddle 
they recommend th 
ariao.oslhcvcrybr, 



end II' 



dozen really good saddle nags in all tbe San 
isco stables. Parents wore anxious that 

their children shnuld become good riders, hut how 
tboyto begin? By purchasing half-broken 

Spanish mustangs and ranuuting upun them 
Iran that had never rode before? Certainly 

ns there were no riding schools then in axial. 
, children were compelled to sit cooped up in 
r close rooms, reading or following- some oihei 
quiet diversion, but constantly sighing for the 
brencs and warm sunshine of our dcllghu 
limatc, which con bo best appreciated by 



111 ihus bo b 
cs nf their Library. 

:d tho Institution, in compnoy with Gov. 
:n, a few years since. Tho Society is ad- 
mirnhly organiitd, and they bnvo n fine buildlr 



tho 



Tho void w 



is not long In being filled, boworoi 
x much a good riding school with 
dlonngs attached, was needed, Mi 

rer met, commenced ibo erection c_ 
Idlog for tho purpose, on Montgomery 
he corner of Jackson. Being fully 
riding, bad habits early neioiiel ure 



a n correspondence with tho 
rian Society," of Worcester, 



ok up all Ibe 
resented to tl 
ipora by linil 






"warding my I 
d them; your v 
id and placed u. 






and Lib 



endit. 



j iu Now York 
a oxc I, if Ibero be lo equal, them in tho simpli- 
city and ncalnoss of tho arrangements of the al- 
toves and shelves for their Library, woro ndmir- 
ible. It is oot too soon lo lay iho foundation of a 

menccd oo prlvnta munificence ; and aomo public 
spirited Individual in your great aod crowing 
Stale should hasten to record his name as a bon- 
ing benefit upon present nod future generations. 
The united ndvantnges, Agricultural, Mineral, and 

ual to California ; nnd your position upon this 
BUtiful Globe, will, in a few years, bring you 
K as a geial poair in Ac World; nnd willing, or 
willing, I can seo plainly thai you must go for- 
ird, as a young giant aroused In bis strength 

This great Civil War has prostrated our rrres.1 



implicitly io _ ilia direction of 

with a light load. Ho should have 



leitlcd by Pnnnsylv 



might of tho team nnd load | 
iny mischief. He discovers tha 
in vain, nnd a few slaps from 
rough road, Soon teach biro to 
edly in his place. A universal 



.abilities for helng highly s. 
I. snl.jeclinii. ilii proud spiri 



-[Dollar Newspaper. 



S«T von OJtnnaoBS.— Edivnrd Carpenter, a cor- 

<|...u.lent ol the !■" -inner im.l Gurdeiier, lu-1 year 

..nlered ihtm some two or three limes a week wllh 
fall water, containing about fifteen grain! or Salt 
pint.. The cabbage Crew btaulif.illy, i.ml 
d up very finely ; while those which had no 



log. Bail 



nnlilfi.r 



ill u..il- 



snnuiu i : a gross 

in fonrgo, nnt tho Dl 
igenu 






',i iu -j nsN-.ii, being caref< 



He filled his en 
aud strongest of b 






interests sustained by tho Agrioul, u - 
of their own States. Agriculturo 
i populous nnd IndO- 




relation of ihe snme, mil lh« inn- UmI i^ 
dtKrnJiinU of Captain Oulot opted uf I'Liiiinchi 



n (In. Uokeli 

sn ncre of tobacco. It bag 
ill It cultivated wlcb greater 

tr In Virginia, Kentucky, or llifisourl 
min who lms attended lu il, inform! ui 

.a nil respect iupcrinr to ony lobneen hi 

rn!«od Id Kentucky, ' 



who mini! in,, mLi. I tto Mil., ,.[„] >a bun.luielnc tter taw rnl.cd in Kentucky, where, a) a tobacco- 11 from mo lo permit thread lo lie balanced wltb remaining field fbrco iboald bo cmiil.,'y. ( | ,„ ltl „ 

tiirlh, that cvety living being will bo destroyed." planter, bo had nn oiporloucc nf many years. The IU weight In guld I"— for n pound at gold whb beat admnlBfre, nnd the cnuso of aprlcaltnre bo 

The ralos commenced, the tea was troubled , and worm doc, not trouble the plant here, lie found Ih.u il,.. |-ri--.= .,(„ |,„und ofSllk. kept m prcmin.nil-, befun the oeoiiloim r,n..(Mn 

.welled In upon the earth, coreriu B lbcplams,an,l hut one worm In tbc entire lot he I. cultivating, 811k Is menllonj In some very ancient Arabic The wakefulness of war can nut but Wet a 

riling ontll it bud overspread the highest land, ei- Wo bope tbat In a few yean, California will pro- Inscriptions; but down to Ibo reign of the Em- demand fnr all saris of lood nnd ninicriiil for suh. 

eeptlUKahlgh mountain, where, the few had gone iliico her own tnpply of tho fragrant weed, nnd petor Justinian was Imported into Kurnno from tlttence of ormiet. Already Ilia doraand for nib 
with the one who hid earned II to mln, tad tbm I nerha.pi have a lorplai for tipDrtalion.— [S. loll. I the country of the Sent, a people of Eastern Alio, I ilootlol woolen good* for tol'dicn' wear, has created 



uud near to ennm-r "nd olIkt iim.iiK h " .. 
nry grenl; anil i'lUii." t«M, v.brrs lliod«p<»» 



una tied with other 

lurntwlllbe alranst fiilmloii.', «hn 
working will be ubiolutcly trilling. 



THE CALI POENIAJ 



enia^armer. 



About Ciaobeitles. 

soil U best adapted lo the culture of 

■v? ,m,l Ik.iv aiimil'l it be prewired < 



4th, Dots these! 

or other Tcgclnblts 

The answers to 



.f a m.u '■■■■r'.i--: hniuc," and u l"-> a Kn * 
..Uted Our oW«' <™» t0 5 " " "T^riX 



» little tsilb upon the subject of m 






;o N. P" 



ib 4 Co., t 



Jew," n> 

Sonotain Vegetables." The tnrdal bi 
■Sepletober, 1852. Xto,«vl A«' 
' found the spot where were grown Ike ^ 
of California. And 1 






liowed with so much pltisui 
.In California; then atiitidiridi 



M-.-t >l 



OTBfllllr.US toou 

!nJ nov more- ft 



prevent weeds nn 
growing, which « 
tbo plants in quest 
will tw'D Cornish 

Tbo ground tbu 





rr. I'll 
cdofl 


W lll bo likely to 

if snugly piled 

oropost tor fruit 

, sod and surface 
The first thing 


in tbi' labor of trn 


splnn 


ting, is 



Vidual cost. Thi 
•day Indeed, for it 
gj.towasoue f« 



appen 



■ i r,ii 



nrfrieud Mr. Parson! 
SwJome jearj ago he disjoined partnership wtl 
lis friend, they were at a lois how to divide the 
glciesl in tbc medal, as it was engraved -V. J^i 
&K £ O... and this could not be obliterated Tei 
Wily. Whereupon Mr. P. Mid, 1 think 1 bud be 
Et keep it, ■">* I w '« nllod il do%r0 '" m - v cbildc< 
md^r-nd-childrea. The partner said, ob, if J( 
fell <&, ,An( vou keep it, •* I am going to Fmsi 
aiTer. The joke of it was, they »ere both t 



(no 



old I! 



Mod for 







inda happy home; wt 
i bachelor still. (We 
ie of wife, etc, to 'the 
arm abnut it.) 



ncbeloi 



u j>:;l 



row the firslyt-ir.il its ^m^.iiwi I i- 
.Waii-liim- Eicon toi. in a greatly i 

i-r.we i.l -1—m thuse set in the fall 

...hl.i.. Wmi.crl out by the freeiuig i 



FRUITS, GRAIN. AND HtODUCB. 



HOTELS. 



Ur. P. has been succc'slul in raising potatoes, 

ibbngcs, and pears, even thus high up in the 

ilaini, getting 10,(10* poundj of polfltocs to 

ore j tfce« briog four nnd Bre cents per pound 

SSnle Dtilto. Oiher vegetable! also pay well. 

-. is deep nod rich nnd umply moist- We 

:(ied apple nu'lp"ari,3 c.-llail-.-x-b would 

Tl r.ir.i will .in :.■:!! ■il.-'u. uifir.j ■:■■]■■.- 

IK Hi, American vi.ri.li^-1- ...htllu, Catawba, 
V nod Diana. The Amman is tbo bet 



oily. The pockets tor the eon 

horse. Four ciplit-iucb, si.v- 
to arranged as to bo half-coi 
their deadly wnrk. These, no- 
eighteen inches in length, will 
formed in tbc back of the 



l nge 5 .,ibli.l>,.! E»pre-= Comply of Ungtoni 

Co. From Jlarysville upwards to the highest oi 

Bet Of the mountains, even to the great Sierra 7i 

Kj where tbo cipress baga are conveyed oi 

|"molc" "oin about- thirty miles, even there th< 

i "Laoglon 4 Co," send 



looting Colts a 
Iced, nnd ready f 



UNION FARM 
AND PLANTATION 

MILLS. 

TO FABBIERS, 

Stock-Raisers, 

STABLE KEEPERS, 

PARTICULARLY INVITED TO 
EXAM1SE THE MJEE 

WB UJVBILTIBE ABOVE, 
THIS MILL I| °f iA ] 5P w O B E ?^g V ,g^T* 0TER ' ' T 

THE BEST MILL 

EVER OFFERED TO TUE PUBLIC. 

Theso Mills Were Awarded tae 

FIRST PREMIUM! 

—at inn- 
State Fair at Sacramento, Bay District and 
Hactianics' Fair, in San Francisco, 
and at the Santa Clara Fair. 

PRICES OP MILLS AS FOLLOWS: 

Will complete, with Bolt for Family 

Flonr ....... S150 

Mill complete, withotit Bolt ■ ' - WO 
Extra Grindmg-snrfaces, per set - 10 

Greene, Heath & Allen, 

SOLE A.GH33MXS FOR 

Califtrnia, Oregon, and Washington Territory 

Messrs. KEEP & BIUGGS, 



Partnership IVotice. 



'OIcMEO a COPAI1TNF.H- 



JAa. Jt. WCHABD9. 



Tt»»JW & RICHARDS, 

Produce Grain Brokers, 
commission' 'merchants, 

..ex II Tonn ' JAS It- niCHAHIH, 



ST. aEOEG-E 

HOTEL, 
On ^»oT4JTtl3. Street, 

«ci svc< .. 3 aaA K streets, 

SACRAMENTO CITY. 



Warm Springs Hotel! 



X<- It XT I T 

Commission Dealers. 

UHDKilSIIiHED HAVIffG BEEN EH- 
g.^ 10 the 

SALE OF FRUITS 
put Four Ytsn, tojpoctliiHv Jolioll 
LVHrienmenU from iinr nnd all 

Fruit-G-rcwers, 

oio nf their products in this tnnrlcol. 



JUOOKIILAUKnL'KN.. 




PACIFIC 
FRUIT MARKET, 



Union Hotel, Sonoma. 



.-i-.ii... 



lc.thetroTolin S 



s. l]6-3to 



SPERRY'S^ HOTEL. 

Murpliy's 0»iaa.^». 

^^ THE COMMODlORSriRE-PROOF BUILD. 









.ekr. E ej. 



Dorins •>• 






f^.-llilSko 
prOTeS; it 
ception and deli 



. ptuees ; tut" was atnig™ uu .hum 
1 oibor pack-mules with picks, wending i 
'» do=o from the volley with letters nnd or 
rom Wusliue and Vir, 




arid but for 'Lnngton ft Co.' 
BneTideBceoflbefmnrlnwl 
held, we pbt c mngniQcent pftir of joW rpar. 
ne, solid gold, of large nnd ninph 

" -hninn Bnl pointers nil salir] gold, 
Klhe leillicrn binds richly wrought with t 
Kheseirere all Ian fine morocco esse. Upon 



gift v..u li.j.|.lr,..l ; i.i'iMlitr!, ouil the deed woaju; 

B Stfm ed. for Lsnrtnn'e Express hni dune uiucli t 
"build Up "I' lliflnl-re;liof this -ectionotcounlr 
Bad we stind rcadj to reality to tbo tendlnnM i 
Wihli cipress to render fivora and fncllitlcs to o 



Old Stntoi, und Europe, no tbnl mi migbl bo t 
mentnl of good, nnd help to increase 
iillnn al California, mid thus mnko the ! 



, 1'.,n.;, ivillf.nil'urincivill 

nil terrni to ;>!! K-n-iitit 
..iLndCnnraerelnl llouie! 



CALIFORNIA WINE! 

, LosAnirelinCo.Cal,) 
Miwch 21._I6BI. 1 

BKiNO 
TAKI 



TO BY ACQUAIN- 



1 , that 



.■ n.-.rify . 



Messrs. HOBBS, &ILM0KE & Co, 

SAS FlUNCISCO, 

.11 v Sole and Exclusive Agents 

r ihs i-iiiVi n I ^l"'-'"''i'-'.'i"< .'lii'^l'l'u'.'i ':in!.v.i!;r, 
KEVAED (i 



; knoll, ^ 
pebhside, al 



MEulgninenuidBitrl'roiTi 



DErARTHENT 
DEPARTlt ENT 



■ nit; tui:lj,' 

i;.|'. l rr.' 1 'Mr''i'. 






oittlns 



WINES, nod the lirder 



BPERItr A PERBY. 



"winsrDa! 



PRESTON'S PLACE 

Tomales Bay, Marin Co, 

il WISH TO INFORM MY FRIENDS AND 
tbo public. Ibil the dtiuimj I f"r n b,.n.o of en- 

'Z', UtiDiinff'iliid LuiTborioc Sliollj on the Bij nnd 



R. J 



.1 1..1KI- 



i«}-B 



ii the 



i. U. WIL.-ON. 



It thnt 



:< i.-Li 



hall ei 



Unglon I 



... m'enns of shewiup; the great Masses of th 
People.lh.it Cnlir..rnii. ia ihc ploco lor them t 
settle In; nnd ne bi-lievc ivo could jfrcml. l..:n. til 
ill the interesU or onr Slalo, by Ci 
loornnl eiUoslvoly alrond, 

Willi inch viv.v.', in .i'l: the coiji.'riiiii.ii 'i 
our MiTi-lmrilB, nnl ISu-iiui-H Men, nnd oil who 
.k-.jr.- ',. iiiil'.t i:!.lif"Tiii:Hnilv, 1!1 J w i,ielT known, 
to aid us in the Circulation of tbc FAn«EU. 

Wi-l.in; Li Nine.* the l-'AnMiaattolown price, 
:■ i iii iii-.I.Ic n'l ■■ 'cud it iii i'"..' riicod). Hcofer 
the following Terms far ell Clubs lo send lo Ihi 
Old States, and io Europe : 
l'..r eight Copies 531 



-V\riaa.o Cellars, 



IPITItE WINES I 

CONSIST IS OF 

Port, Angelica, and White Wines 

WAERANTED TO BE THE PURE 
JUICE OF THEORAI'B, 

,11 la quantities to tall parehuori, po 



ishlppln 



B i CO, 



HUNTER'S 
GEAIN «EPARATOE ! 

Bjl THE QEAIS-GROWERSOF THEPA-^jt 
^uovcr bofuru oll.rcu the In of cloaXl th.lr«SL 
Tbo undonlKnod would °ITer thorn his 

NEW GRAIN SEPARATOR, 
atented April Otb, 1S61, 



SEED. PLANTS, ETC. 



SEED WAREHOUSE, 
S- "W. MOORE, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Farm, Garden, Fruit, Tree, 

AND ACRICCLTURA.E SEEUS, 



French Pkonies, Hyacintrs, Gladiolas, 

Lilies, Tulips, mid other Flowi/riiir; PlutiU, 

Ho. 110 California street, 

Bclimii Sanume i,...i BIoHtgooinry slroeu, 
ll-Om SAN FRANCISCO. 



XTIVIOIV HOUSE 

Corner of Main and Center, streets, 

MOKELTJMNE HIIjXji 

Heniy Atwood, Proprietor, 

Minis spi.Esru u thuee-story stoke 
KuilHuj, [ n „vo.;kr,..r,kl,-...,Uv|..i,l,iii..-.l"U|^- 
,i.,r, ('■ Uii. b-i-l Elild- in tbu Mounlaitu, hM 
boon iburougbly ronomtird and gieolly iia- 

SPLEiNDLD BILLIARD TABLE ADDED. 

Tbo DiDin;-™iii has bcon divided int.i r, FmoIIj 
noitIy*»ml , ™e™iNilv i.i.'m ■■■'■i J !'■ V-, .=,.. r ^,1! l'... |..r 

^'^SS'.SyS'.'iL.h.Ti all bson thi-rooghly 



mako their tojuurn al lbs Unit 
HENRY ATWOGD. 



Hey ; la regular, | . r ■ . ni]>1 . 

l.nliv.-. l T,.l u l,li h . mk r. We 
1 to it.jckM-ilb'i Pal 



were among Ihe earlleil to 
s flowers in Pownlevlllf, ns 
nd by their influence much 
It we shall speak. 



"ly, if so desired), 



Pin aso Skins ok Shiewjles.— Would it 
sell if nil persons would refrain fini 
peach or plum-pits or fruit-skins on tt 
I. Ilovr often da «e notice persons all 



" single Copy... 



WOOL-GROWERS 
OF CALIFORNIA. 

fTinE UNOEFtSKlNED A0ENTOFT6 
1 wrji.lL0HOVVK.ltJi- A^Mil/IVriOS. 

'i' J.-':' 'ill ! : .'/-'l' '". I-F™ .n" diSjBf 



. We wish tbo Pre 
ibis sabject. Limbs 
canned ly lhc 3 e Ibiug 



In geueml 1 1 
in-UIIUlel 



££?, 



s of lbs I 

b, Cbeu 



l.ple.c 



. Mu.-lar 

Liriiic-, n 



bo Imparlance of this Iroplomsnt n 



TO PAY FOR A MACHIHB. 
Tbo Palontoonlllflill all the principal cllin and 

lie full coufj.laot ibi.1 ovory flraln-Qromr 
WILL BE CONVINCED OF TUEIR VALUE 
The moment an opport unity la pruonlad loioothom 
A. EUNTER, 



HENRY PAGE, N.pa. 



French Garden 

VINEYARD, 

SAN JOSE- 



APPARATUS FOR. DISTILLING, 
FOR MAKING WINE. 

ley within turn their aUoatlon to WINE-MAKING, 

SPECIAL BUSINESS. 

Tboy think that, by ontoriaj agalnln partnership, one 

tboyoinnat/allto 

PRODUCE GOOD LIQUIDS. 
Tboy will undertake, at reasonable terms, Is 

Make Wines and Cognacs, 

n their vicinity. Cur nil porwns who nil] honor 
with their confidence. 

A. DEL9IAN. 



DOWNIE HOTEL, 

South End of Durgan Bridge, 

Nevada street, Dowaiovilk-. 

W, M. DOWNEY, Proprietor. 



JiilH The Hotel bujod been palotod.pivered.nnd 

-k.,',.iu»- ,,.■ ■■■■-: '■<■■ t;m;l.l ul-J ..nlllnlod, 
■■'itotboL.ualooober. 

KSUUCriON OF PRICES? 



B■C^-K■ A.X.L YOUR 

PEARLS 

OF 

T TT O K E H. ! 



THE VERANDA HOTEL, 

. Corner Mala and Cliurc-h sts : 
IONE OITY, 

AMADOR COUNTY. 

THE UNDERSiaNED, PKOPHIlVKiTjS. 
.■■!.,- I., ii.viiu I rn . ...i.- •■ !■■ tl,.-.. II-!. I., 
enl Ihut ihtywlll make their rt»i |lo 

..j-IImV " li! ' a> ^ 

DUDLEi" * CUFFIK, 



to ihe "BIQ TERES." 



EEHOVED TO THE JttABKET-HOCSE 

ON MARKET STREET, BELOW DAVIS. 






N. U. BKOUUHTO.V, 




AP 


KTTV BlIIIT J 


HD OiO 


.-J 


EI 


n.i.. '■' 
, fbB 
singM 


lln 


a iploadld 


lot of BIrd-Cng 


(i-> 




We n 


Urn 


Oil 


lb»t h 




rcclous Bird 










nil 


» Muy It B 
sing songs o 


or hoy 

lore a 


.1 Hi 


edl 


air F la 




V i of joy to 






WW 





Ladies Dkbb.i Matebuls. — Conncll 



tho now and beautiful goodi Just rooaivod by i*«* | 
nit for Ibo proiont icmoq und present accustom 






~tWW CALIFOBixTl 1 ABM E_fi 



13 




af President 
Bwoa^ddl-end <o lb* L,gi S t» t «rc or Lib.fi, , 
Dm. 10, 1851, Marlj-fourjtars ago. Tbo Miracl 
-.Bit.. r ,.-L<. in r,tv to '■Colton Culture,." Tbfcro 

.r.i... :•■'■ '■■ >' "■ ■"■' 






Be a gfwt Cotton-gro 

Be clio n, nil colored people 
ting scourge of war, will ra- 
ti on imratoso Cotlou-grow- 
aupplj- England Largelj-. 

iucc ihe Coliivntion of Col- 



Lib';. 



ia ran, through hc-r Ltgislatnre, giro uoo 
ipo n Agricultural crops, wot should not t 
fallow her eiimple ; wbj- shou 



placing a host of names to do a work of import- 
ance, when the fact is apparent thai one- twentieth 
of thota who are requested and pipocted tn act 
are 10 cngaced or disinclined that the whole thing 

Wo would praj success lo bo nobli 

(bruin, hud belter not be represented at 

do her booor. The intelligence of the 
peels great things of California ; for ou 







ligbte 

not California offer BounUCS tor w»»n, mec, 
Sugar, Coffee. Tea, Hemp, Flol, etc. 

Tbe plan proposer- bj President Benson ii one 
that will always make fl Slate prosperous: for it 
encourages tho Industry of the people: and vre 
fcSrlrt nor State would trrii, 

ffe bare not ihe Statistics of Liberia, for lb< 



last four jea 


d "l L^ctrUin' IhaTera 


Cotton growo 
It is howcv 


will be enormous. 

r to the Bountitd to which 


u (bowing h 




tries. The To 


lowing is the extract of th 


referred u> : 


Cotios Celt dbe. 


Bo Terj ce 


taia am I, that this can h 
rirsinthc world, tto Umi 



t iu capacity io ton 
led : and though we are amidst a severe peca 
ij pressure, jet I cannoL forego the idea of re 
nmeoding thai this government offer and paj 
,minn> nf nae hondred dollar 
U, bar je 



t..,lly. 1..r III- 



iTlsh, the word will go forth, "Where much 
ircn, much is required." 

We therefore fee] Ibat unless our Slate can rally 
nd make such o (how as shall do her justlci 



,-.v,l> irur, 



spec 



is of r., 



io tbro 



of those 



lo looking over 
nominated to act, i 
nost entire absence or those whn are the real 
torkiogmeo, who, by Ibcir conlributioos 
,dvnnce this cansc. While wo recogoiic 
l our political history, am 



IMPORTERS A 

GROCERIES, 

LIQUORS, 

Provisions, 



HARDWARE, MINING, AND 
AGRICULTURAL 

IMPLE91ENTS. 

PlOWB, 

i*3fcTftf. HftirOWa, 

Reapers, 

Mowers, 
Thrashers, 

Grain and Floor Sacks, Baling-Hope, 
Powder, Oakum, 

Shot, Tar, 

Fuse, Pitch, 

Cordage, ' Eosin, 

Marline, Blocks, Oars. 

T l --' uo,, - r ' i ^ ,d , ,v, ; , - ll ' l i ;^ r ™^"J™l^J"j*™™ji™ 1 I 



-• i HEWLETT. 




SEED-SOWER AND REVOLVING HARROW! 
FARMEBS, _A/TTENT!ON ! 

Wllh IhU miehlne, any norson that caa manage » pair of horses, ean psrform tbo operation of 

Seeding and. Harrowing at tlie same Time. 

It i. adaplsd to tbe io-lDit of ALL KINDS OF GRAIN, and is regulated bj the mtf a to DISTRIBUTE 

Fvr'ii.y ■iVt-.i; T r i =J •■ <■.;' .j^.i.-oi =-.i- -i i-jh-S: ■■(■ ■'■'■■"■ i--r.„r- , ■.-■:.,; iha Seed Immedl- 

alelr, ioih.it NOSE OF IT IS LEFT IS SIGHT FOR THE BIRDS TO DESTROY. 

IT 13 SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION, STRONG, AND DURABLE, 

Jost the implement tba Farmer noeds at tho present time, to enable him to raise Grain profitably at the pre- 
li now mokes its (Ji- I appoan 



fthen 



ergettc, bnuurably 
c not been whnlly 



iotton- Ihe sura of iiilf dullars for thr- Urge* nl;1 de «hen she i» to have hor gr.-.il ilU'T.fl, pre- 

nunmiiv ,.f ■■.■■■ ,,t,.1 r i,.lilf colter,; and forty dot- seated lo the world. WV I <h-:-i rci.it.rU in I 

aawtor1belar R ^,l ,| U t.nlily of third ...mlily t-.-l- „v.. 1 |,.-„ „ Iro- i,.|. r. rl m.l, : -r„i'ler,i.t.d that^tb! 





if the 


01 


tofou 












to p 












being 


mnlupllcs an, 
















increnje not u 
















Which (net Wll 
















plant ia the E 









Cbubo of tho Irregularities of the Mafia. 



or e 



i for 1 



sere is no wonder that complaints are mado o 
ho irregularities there, or that leltcu and paper 
re not delivered. Wo hn« jwU to prove ivli 
at subscribers do not get tfsfr papers regularly. 
When such acts are committed by officers of on 



at article on ■ r -,ed aw3y the books andpapers. S 
i, for nngbt Bnou)a bc puhlicly candemntd; 
lyresaltsin p OST .o P ricB C*no.— All holdi 
Gloss-Boies at tbo ~ m 
id to call at 



Attention, Hay-Balers 1 

BALINC-ROPE. 

TIHTBBCEIVED, EX SHIP ■'FEAHLEa^.-andolhcr 111 
» CO:LS SUPERIOR EASTERN D«LE.nOPE, 
"" "' *"'"' 1 JONEJJc IIKV/riiT. 



Sportsmen ! 

Powder 



:/± uei/le 






in the Pacific Coait 



ilf-, prt']'<-ilr cullivated I- 
i. u „r,d:. wiU, us, it woult 
we bad formed of its prol 



;e ibon 



nf Ihe 



n mure particularly t 
-om which we rccelre 
, We exchanged at tbi 

s, by maltiag oui 
tanges fail to d 
■ of her, we dt 



ir they 
and lomi 



ouejt, hoping 
o do some good to Cali- 
esoorccs known. When 
lur Stale justice, or fail 
them like a hot brick. 
ig to speak aW.t Cilif.-r- 



:Vtnn Pnst-Oulce, 



of their 

,ude in consequcne 

n taken with him 

names from all the 

C. U. Run 



jMja.ia.ila Oordase. 

" ' 'ji.pM;J k. UCWLETT. 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

jFlrst jaPjroxia.iti.xia. 
jF-tVJMCiXjY 

SEWING MACHINES 

AJIE ACKNOWLEDGED 

— TO BE — 

FAR SUPERIOR 
To All Oilier* In Use. 

II. C. IIAYDEN, irent. 



SACRAMENTO ADYERTISEMENT3. 



250 



"Well Cleaned Grrain I 

J J, 



fAH MTIXB! FAN MILLS 1 

r. OHAtfTi PATENT, IMiNIOVED BY JOHI 



9 k. HEWLETT. 



Twollc," . 



tho composer, to whoso poli tones 
for complimentary copies. 



nrJ if ih..-> d, 

abor. We holO It to oc ue ouvj- ni 

nali In the old Suites, to spmk ;f t'.i 

n- tfnte has foioe of her clil/.toa h 

oald ihus benefit their own piii 



tys hope it will bo for the beltet 
go over oor State, wo hope, will 
adage true, for, Heaven ki 






' \K 



hPosl- 



Tu*t Kan 


H*t.— Don't fo 


get thai Lamott 4 


killing have 


rcpared nil thos 


enlcellght IlaU for 




Sncrameoto, a 


d their new [leavers 


for Full Dress 


Don't fnrgeit 





Plant Early ! 
Seed I Seed ! Seed I Seed I 

& A I.AItOE AND HEtW ASSORTMENT IDC 






1. AND 






To the Seecl TTracle ! 

J. M. THORBURN & CO., 

IS .To iin stroot, 
NEW YORK, 



Tilt^ir GOODS! 

Tbe Best Class! 

At Lowest Prices I 
The Largest Stock! 
And Greatest Variety ! 



F. S.--A Large Stook of Carpets Always 
On Hand. 



RACES I IRACES ! ! 



:k Trirnhill by Belmot 






LAMOT &, COLLINS, 

Leaders and Introducers of 
F^SECIOISrS 

FOR, H.fk.TS! 

Carnor 2d and J sts., 



\,bAy Bella iij !!■ 1 1 :n -. ■ r: 



Third Annual Fair 

SONOMA COUNTY 

Agricultural & Mechanical Society 

At Santa Rosa, 

Sept. 24lh, 251h, 26th, and 27th, 1861 

$2,239 AND~200 DIPLOMAS ! 

To be Distributed In Premiums I 

GRAJSTXT BALL 

On the Evening; of tbe 211b, 
IN THE PA VILION. 

Tha SocietT haio it<o priaared tbt inn of lbs uml- 
IsnttraehaflhaSoaauia^oo^^oc^^ J^y^^ 



^ VEGETABLE, S3 

Flower, Field, Fruit, 

THEE SEEDS, 



jTirst-class Seeds. 

Far fanher particular! ud Trulc-CaUlosiira, aadreai u 



mile and rope&L 

i^'m- Fo". tb d 'Jeinrwlira wW,.!, 4.m by Red BUI. 

IL ,lourd..a'. (3. Er.cV) L e Vtnlurc by H.H..K, fom l,j 

:.l I: * J.'-iiirnN". (I. Br«nhfcni'«) eh e Bco Lt^tplncatt bj 



wall to tho address of tbo Office. w« bovt 
entlj htard of nhole bundles of tbrw, Ovc, 
ta papers, beiog sent lo tbo oame tbal ap. 
on tbe outer tide, "bile the wholo uru r)[, 
acted to tho Olfica. Tbc PoetmaBltr either dl< 
lot kno« inoiifh to undcralBDil that the paper ■ 
I,. ■;,,,, ,j,,, f„-rl to the OfEte, thej were for oomc 



■e wholly in 



r h, rouU r. 



■tad. Such 



itOHOE Hotel— During the State Fair, the 

St. George Hotel will Lo prepared n 

eitra acc.iramodations, and it will 

W the Proprietors to do tboir best lo giTo aallifactinn, 

and thus prove that good and wi 
I will carry the day and wl" "" : ' 
t Best lie til. 



e Premium as tbi 



A. ROMAN & CO., 

BOOKSELLERS. 

Importers, and Publishers, 

No. SD7 Montgomery street, 



TO F^.IllWBIl.S ! 

rpilE UHDeaSirjHED Ai-.i; 

PREPARED TO MA KB ADVANCES 

OH 

Consignments of approved Produce 

FRIENDS IN LIVERPOOL, 
ON VKltV FAVORABLE TERNS. 



Standard and Miscellaneous Books 

And la ear .Dptrlor fMllltle. f=r BlUa, order, asd pri 

■lame and Foreign 1'ubllcallonH, 

VEBY {.QWEST ^'^iSS^l 



JT"- 



, DEMPSTBB. * C 



■wooxsi : 

Puichased &t the Highest Market Rates, 



,11 I.;.-.. ;.:!>.crl|)Uaa |M», 111 






I,.- ii.,,,li.:.:|.,v-M>r Ibo Jad(». 



North Point Dock Warehouse. 
SToiSr^GrjE: 

Can be pnearsd In thli noil kua.a W<sehause on il 

BTerxfadlitj H i.'fftrod for stoilne Wheat, Bari,- 
Flaur.andothjrD. - 

Uade onapproied 



IMPORTANT! 



REDUCTION ffl ODB PRICES 

COAL OILS! 

Machinery Oils! 
CAMPHENE! 

TURPENTINE ! 

STANFORD BROTHERS, 
California street, near Front, 



Jebb's Patent Churn. 



soled, &bJ Dilry. 






•.ijuting. Thrj oal; oi 



Buy An. Tour 
SIIi V E R W ARE 

op 

TUOKERJ 



14 



THE O A^L 



f^OBNlX^ABMEE 



I'a uica' ggpartin fut. 

UKIE WILEY WABHEN, M D ED1TE 

one Tti tueuii JOAa«" district f 

We «rae T»h earnest, hopefol bearlt, ^ 
Whlib p°" Jong oar rugged *V- 



„.,ilr I I, 

lofpr, 



Contrtled.i 



ami— 



lnli'1, j-ct.ylrnOtpot— 
10 apple"! red and gold— 

.( the Native, tu!d 

t orchard b rii'c u>l run. 



0. Tjlnitt cf the frail* »nd Boner: 
We thank Tbco Tor ToywuodrJ 



TTe th.nk Tbee, Father! forlbUrnt 
find brcitbe the air of Liberty ! 



if haul bright, 

iioirapniehi 



Slither coir. In another instance, In which rtt 
.ye recently tried It, the esiuo h.ippv r^uli f.,]. 
lowed, the "whooping" symptom being m onci 
atioriltd, and tli.- ,-.irn|iliiint c.niinR to a specdj 
termination, k is difficult to tii ll.e il«<e defiu. 
iitl.., in J llii- may account for the unjMlsfaelorj 

in "which- — " J -'- - '--"-- •■ ' 

■fgbl of 

is drank ior eonee, in . u, ...... 

or utaui. Tbn onlr lure melboo. Ii to get tht 

c ' ■ bi nv [| -lr, nm) h ire it Born! ami ground 

under OM'J Oar n .-v.'. The decoction aboold bo 

■'■"■'_■ M possible, and io :i .jinniitynoly 

"■:.". i" v., f 1 1j ■■ mif.l.-..-;iT.t .IiT.iiili.iin',' 

' -' ■ I 'I I ligi GhlldVen lalto. it ferv 

L " I- l-i.l |. ilii.il r.f. ret to niirjrewBS 

'■ !>'t»n rnonthl „),\, Ami took oneoadny 

'- ■'..! r.-q-.r..] without lbs least 

.:■ : bit iojuh'oni '-n-:,i. Trr it. 



nil 


n ,U n.li-r 


od of whi 




.],„.. !■• |. 


it, iU |.|.r, rl 


,\ h 














lil," Hi,' 1 








„r.>f tin 






oriFU. II 






„,,,„ ,rj. f . 










» the on 










Liu 







UBS. LlZZ 

ELECTBIOIMJ AND 



HE W. WABBEH. M.D. 

BYDHOFATHlSTi 



^ a ^£^^^5ri-^ PIAIVOFOKTBS, 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 

Musical Instruments; 

Strings, &c. 

A«eni. tor the cdeorated rnannf.clureri. 

. II. Gale &■ Co., Sow York, 

C. Blejcr, Philadelphia, 

T. Gilbert, noHlon 




Mil. IViiiii will be pleued lo 



t;!.'ix; for sa 



'"ih'.'^Vi^l'-wr •«'• "■ '"""l ""' P"T ";;'"'■ I'" .. n T VunV Vl '^ V ''1'/^. 'r^n- '.-"".' -.-.I It' f c ..Ml, i- 

i. . ■ ■. i < ■■ ■'■■■.. ■■ - '■'-■■ ■ ■ : ':■.":,:■; ['„!, 

^d cil filo TTe H tf T.' ' >r .' |. r iV 1 1'^- V I, ^ ■ i'i ' ^ ! t" 'i , Vr i - , ;', JJ'ooftor, Urn.' 

^"^EhC?." *r^l ™' ^wll^- ZZ Pianos and All Other Instruments 

«£BilK^l^. J ™^ ^" ""'**' """T* 1 TUNED AND_ REPAIRED. 



Tho lady felt li 

m.iiiy [ii- 






And ioiln oo all, hot tpmla to one. 








Whlth rlnb Midi>i B bl oo htrllirooe ; 




Sow nftlj bright, as jtrtara. that through , 








Ncir like > cIdqiI that hldci rrom tight 




Tbn beauty c( the rolling ■r.hcru. 






roondnboot. II- ;t..|.|.td liira, ond ujku.l hur- 




riidljt "Can jou tie n knot fornieV" "Yea," 






To rud the H.'ivtn- lrhec derkocai fell: 




fio on iho.e orb, of blirk ne ru>, 






uaked "tbo brother"; "I nevtr thoqglll of ttmt." 


At lOlrij u the world, thil lie. 


"1 don'i knoir,' wns the ruponie, nude jo»t aa o 








ivris iuLmilK;.!. "It di!jien-h uti the Jorl o( knot 




iThiehhe wijlic! tltil." wm Hip (iccisioa. "1 niint 




n knot tied In n.r horse's tail, to keep it nut of 






That reclli Ihe heart '.r ■(-.the' the broio : 




Or, like the dreaded lighlnrBg ilriici : 


round "rotb, fhfuld "full from grace." At a safe 




distance he "slowed" nod heard tho lawyer de- 










looitrflowiaglore locr. 


but it irns bis "/irat cnie," eud probublv- u. kuottj- 






Acd /could je. or ^ere forVe'xrr, 


L.rnoiB r.i.vi-.i-.-Our reaJirs »ill be inler- 




of Ibe Urtndcr lo Itutl.- I. for i: ..-..„ into 










Dr. Gtorfjp D. (libh'i work on wbnqpiuj, to../h. 










pouodt of ilnwui ,;i.;t, e no by dniilttiioo. about 




one |,-jr. ! uf the otto of larcndrr in J thus ne 


ffi-rki-d i ir,-ci. In nnr. ,-..-■,-. ih,- r, : iiitnt was a little 


le.irii tlnl ihcre i' -n< nieni'-c ],r,.Jn,ti.„ -.; ......,, 




70ao pounds uf lavender olio anuuolly It n- 


'■'■.:■■.-..;. Jifl:rih.> l,.;m|.| tal.-L- it. Sh.'tr.'.iL a 




L;lil. -.-i-.ioi.ful nud t.-hr>lt c,r v<n- ptri)n K cmT.- 




lireeteetd, bill willioql iiiilk, ihrtv timr.? d.ilv. 


yoo know their nnoei— Jnmnii:,!, C.inmln, Au-tr.,- 


A .iuuii^ thibl in ili t i.iat fiiuilj- was will olthe 


Im, «<|.-jlhct with a l™ vi.ilorj, Aaieri. i, C-r- 



X>H, WEED'S 

Hygeo-Medical Institution 



can re-erl Aill, ,j.!i II h.i' l»>rn „|,on but a 
throotfliaut the State >■ a 

First-class Water-Cure Eslablishment. 

Here .tiseam I. treated upon .trlctly Hyuenlc, anil truly 

.... I.,,-,!] :,-,r..-.,.|..; i.tiri.-IJ-lr. |...,r..| , ^ liHIl IjT... 

hivo pused .ll^luch our hindj, hcro^and oVo-herej 
NATURE'S OWN REMEDIES ! 

And -tiir, K-l-erK - Iil. . -i - (-r- ■! .... ■--' f..il I ■■:..!=.■ 



Genuine Electro-Chemical Bath, 

aodaSrariiief Inviooriiho EnneiSU, many dli- 
euel Ibat ba«o l><«> c.-iii.idoii'.l i,.<,.r.J.[ u i.r a „...il V 
i.L.i - 1 -: T-i i I v 'i,in-..iiic .\ji a reraeily for Fever and 

A,-.ic Kl,. u:„ ,ii- ,„, ......inl ,. I,i.,.-r I"-- i.n.,l'jMl,.;., 

r., ii, ,., a - ,...:, ■ I „ [.. ..,„.■, I Men-,-, oil. I Si.k 

Htili.-f.., ilir KI«;.-niei.>ioi1 C-ilh i nurrnLi «.ii 

I- ilL.il... .1,1. I ■'!... I. ll.,.i-.-.|l.-| ft. ■.■ klllTl I' 

IlEArnrt't. II. .ir,,,-.... ,r..! .-'i...l; .iirm.ii. lin.-- 
|.kA-....l .....I .1 .!. .1:^..;. . ! ,...-..,.„...ii.. l ,.an.iai,i i 

'l.^'.'^lint'ii.vMv'l .■'nir'.'V-.ii ' ."l.'' i'.'.'.i i.'.'l .■..'■'.. 'r... 

I,l„, h'. r .... >...! tli-.rii,l„,... In.-, ill. I- o.ini].. 1 :. 

af«»aeell|.ei..iej.:..i;r,hli, 

alMlnnr.ud'tcaea- 

«uf lifo and ran..i„il ,:I.k-,ii, , c ,, 

.nier.li-.ri Ir. nit Units. 
Iir. ...rilfreoi.t .-i. L,.-r. 

Art. tie-: O A. WEED, M. D. 

MltS .IDALiNi; M W WKKD. M I). 



IRS. D. NOKCKOSS 
No. 144 Sacramento street, 

Abo.u Mi.ntiuincry llieet SAH FBJtlCMCO. 

LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. 

Tltij boiLK the uulr catelar Liniita' Kiasa Tatw- 

iilMi,_~i..nr. In Son Ir:.....:-. I..iie> can L.IWB)areiy 
upon tnli...:ihe lafge.i aii^rtinout and but style goods 

m |'l.',"C'jLi,i vL-iled the Kut, and cmploted all n 

ii'i'l.."'..^.'.'^..".'"'..'^.. ,'!•':". iii. .'.■ I- ri: 



USDEB LINEN. 
HOSIERY 

' UNDER CLOTHING, 

And all Ooods lu onr line 

MRS. D. N'lBCllO.-s. 



HEALTHFOL SPECULATION 



and HEALTH, 

<■'.' '^..t." r-,'l- ^M-."i'i' "'" * aio ore ry tuna n 

To iLnr rc.,-.[i=il.lu |.er.'on "h- will rli-trih.n'e [r.-.r,, 

H'n..-j.i,r ...| in,, .,i„,.. ... ,,, n [ u.,,1,. j .,.„. 

.M,o-r'. L.ellies in .!,<■ v,ll ,, ,., , Vl ,...i.K. I 

mill i.r,,! Itrnm fv^ipie) i.i ntti-r u( ihn l.,li.,.i in,- 
l'r.r.r;..|..i...l .1- mi, ,,l. I., r ..,.i,. r .1 Well. i'iIi.. \V-.i.", 
K T Trail. M li ; „r Tbo L.^rvi „I 
" ^., and Win. Harriet M 



.'"■ " " '■';, '■■'■ ■■'■■' "" "■"■ "i- Hi- ■ .'l.'i. 
Iir,:,.,l,., :> ., 11,, .|„l-,..,. :„,| e a. ... ],,.;.. ,1 ll„.| r |, , 
•■■■■I'lli-I 1" .-■■■ ..HI,.. Ih Ir.i ,11,,. ,.i M-. .,',- 




a -lii.-l, p 



tin; part affected 
ll their skins or 

Domini; the pair 
One ap- 



t - gmox to herd. Br the m 

much rrlleied* I i 

1 ' ■ " ■■ |L - loipln n mtdj I,.. , .ir.ilihe 

ToKl II. .11 I.I--.I..JUAHOS OcCtalOM,!! UV But7l3 

■ .i.,.;.|.|.iv ,. oioih wfuhrt'owor™ 

;■ I'll ■■!'■ r..n.,l ,..-.!,.„- ji L „U| ibt ,,Un .,.„,., 

lb- -."'ear.,! I,„,i ln.,,,1, ,,,. (rtlJl ..j , 1;J ,] 

Iliad. ,„[,,. p,, .j,,,,, „l m } m «-.«»■•« 



V 1 ',",". 1 ' 1 ""-' -i's t '<■ .irenptlo forgt. 

tl,.:lr lil.l.l.n |,nwrr. Ink ,p„i., ri| lh r , I. ,11 ]u„. 

,l "- '■"•>■' ■ "'"■' d,..-, „n,l .Irivlin- r:.in— hoi 

nrLea unliilr, lil.i; it,,- tro.-t, Ih. I,.,il, and the desi 
lme tuDjpeit; 

Not to honor old age, is ||ko tearing down 1 
the morninf, Hi- li.mte io v.hitL, ve wish to tat 
refuge (ft the night. 



.-."'-ii-li .,n-.lli-r n.unt.-r r>f (he Ilejper 
..nil m. .J hud j l".r llii.. llnii.it] our full 
lor; and if the H,::[,.. r i.in ennot 



jam|. at the very cbaace ol vrorking a life.tiait for 

Li. inl iLti.l elnlhet. 

KoTftno more quickly belrays charaeTer than 
the laugh. "!,rl me he.tr a nr.ui h.,i,.l,,- „„„1 
Diiaocntus, "and 1 will tell jq U hij history." 

Ii.il.ii r J or(i*I._Tbo fnllowing from the San 
1 mi,. i.-ti. M'.niUir. ..p.-, ii,, volume* for Iho valor 
.....I loyi.lt y .,1 Iri.li Ani^ri,-,,,., : -Tlitro aro now 
i.i tl.eli-1,1 Hi., follr.wii,,. pn„.| v Iris], Ami-ricun 
'■(■iiiL,r,i. ii, tin- terviw of the H„ii„( sm rj : 
lhr... fro,,, N,-w 'inrk.livo fr„m JI..iiii.:hii..cH. 
'■■■■ ir..i„ I', „„,,], ,..,!, i-..„ I,,,,,, nnoni,, nadorjD 

[bird ..in,,, .olaierslu tho army at prenulorc of 



their' 



.iMr.m.ivi.liin< 
health eaa be !,l 



vi.-lllot the city .1 



. Ily,„, 



he onroealDIr^.,,:.. .„.,, i.,11, „„. ., ,.( il„, Lun a( , ^ 
I,i. er, ari.l Sl,j,na.:l, I .„ ,„„ ,,,,„ ,[ Kbnoiuntiju, Cr" 
Anuenaj Ker.r „,j I ■,,!,.,,. I „ t - „.,„ 1.^,1, Oaka,' ~ 

r"'"'!,:iZ!^' :,-";] V , "'' r h';'..'! i r V , .i"' ,?M ' 

the llead, In the tray Dr. 3i 



CI^SE""^"^"™ 



HIIUMi ^LAS.fiaiorCrralri 

'■; !; I....-.;) yni,*,, 
I IIII..U ,i[.,l.~„,-, ,., r i.,.,,,,, 



BABCHE Jt SOHft 

I ■ ■•••■ »»" *»"" 

jDealers 



PMH03 IW ..,...»'.' — . 

LE AND TO RENT 



LAWRENCE & HOUSEWORTH 

OPTICIANS 

So. mi Clay Street, 



iOLl), SILVER, AND STEEL 
Spectacles, 



BRAZILIAN PEBBLES. 



gpyglftHB, Dra«ln fi Inslruiuinlj 

STKllEiisroiTCH A\Li VllltVS, ETC. 
Jlrrcl Importer* of Joneull Rmlgera ii Sons, 

Pocket-knives, Bazors, Scissors, &c„ 

tS- 8LASSB3 nttod to Fratnet, and i.i'lM Ji.; 



M A S O N I C R ECAL1A. 

BLUE LODGE, 

B. A. Gil APTE R, 
COUNCIL, 

KNIGHTS T E II P L A R 3 



£i'bed "UhCoIaia m, Charts, Qavll., Light,, 
md t'.iuocila furnlihed with Kohei.^miall 
,-rl! ■ fiimi-ti- 1 with CcHiniM, Banoor?, and 
lelw perlainlne: to tbi> branch of the order. 

D. NORCKOSS, 

NO. 144 SACBAJlliNTO STREET, 



P. J. DEVINE & BRO., 
i • it i : ii 1 1 ni 

Marble TVTnr b & t 

K street, between Sixth and Seventh streets 

SACRAMENTO. 

Orders from Ibc Country promptly attended to 
s ' Bi 7«l.i.Mih u D .™ 



JOHN C. AYRE ,S 
RraaH Foundry mid JLock Factory, 

Oregon, btlveen Tront ud Barij streets, 

'& „ *" k1 "** °' ""** L ''*" n 5■ ' od rWtoi. Ba>d..f. Anil- 

leeat- P^"'"' ««»» Ca"l»5», sKeeuled vriu, nea.neuanil dlap.ieb 
Fran- LOflWia 

ntliit 






;■ PACIFiiyriN- WORKS, 



e AN PRAMCISOO. 
Br. IO. O. AUSTIN 



— — TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE, 

3g PIONEER Jtgj p |a!Ei Fmy , " n 7"}°J anucd Waro 

Riding Academy, BTnirM •™^ , " D " TAao " t "» 

LIVERV ANit ftii p'" CT 8T07ES AKD BTOVE rUHRIHTRE, EHAMBLED 

hi, su, , STABLES. WAJ^TUniEDIEOKWl»E,C0FFEEJiliir 

'■■"" ' """"iml, PEy.PAKS, BAKE.OVENA, be., Ao. 

TIukcisco ' "•■ wrRi-H iKiiiriinoni uf r,,i.ly-m,iu\ TI\'.\Y.\nE 



THE HEW PATENT MIIK-PAW 

oarlay, OR •■DAIIlVMAIIJ-i DKUOEIT." ' 



e>p» !.- 'i"l,. i 



"^'"jjaCADK'sIV will M open EVEBY KVENIHO frell BUY ALL ' YOUR 

rSSKS^Kv^rraai" cold ornaments 

di™.^ n _„ ZL^.. „ of 

1? XT OKBH! 



EDUCATIONAL. 



STOCKTON 
Female Semmary, I 

■b-lrd hi ,.„i,i|..1.-:,|-)>..'l.,.,-. will .-.iinrm-oee o» "• ■ 

Wed n rail ny, s. i.i-i .- l*t>, i- ■!, 

td tocUirati FIVK MOHTitd. 



,et.kc 



















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sSiS 


,. 


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i'feSSS 


,; ,;; : ;',:' 


todTartor.feVeS.in 


■Tard 




,1- oF Ull-il Crnnj,rl', , Tlim 


'i^ lw ™.SfB, 


THeaTUIHE3 0r'Ti!E PnKFAHATOHI C0D1UC 


Xeadlai, 


Fri^r, H^inrn^ 


j'ramn 


■■> .Tr, .;.. 
,..i. .1..,--. .^ = 


't^X 


^"■^X" 


oO^Cnr U S! U f; GB < M » t n 



TUE STUtJIEj i.'Y Till; A.'AI.'1'.JIIC CtitlpjF. 

Al.ebra, Ofomrlry. N-mir-l I'm!. - .fl.j, PlJT.Ictcjy, aw 

,1... I,,,,.!.-.,]'- ..,.;-v. „l I ■,-,, 

T ». ( HI 1 "etaaMortB 

■- 1 "! rl '"-.-J-.Tl,H 



'";:.;';,;.;.' 



VI V ,.: I- I, -I IM.rn r. ,,.,.! ,..„ !.. , ,.; ,.,.,. 

wllti tho friaclcal. 

Olassiea.1 School 

FOR BOYS. 

,,.,■%,, I., iLe r-,-,,1,1.. i>-|.i, -.i^.^ 1-^tbSH 



SANTA CLARA COLLEGE. 



Ill, Ci.-.i-alnndlbeCoini 



K. Ii.— When Iher 



Sn i, to ri-ir.i V^Vr'.-.V.ri'ir.Ti'nra, Cal *or it 
Jlanuebl. S. J.. Si- taaUar" Obnreb, Market H 



BOARDMAN, GRAY&CoJ 

ALBANY, N. Y. 




ELECANT ROSEWOOD CASE! 

GOOlJ ANJ2_E>UEABLE.| 

WARRANTED! 

SETST3D FOR OIB C TJT- ABf| 
GIVING TOLL DESCRIPTION. 

Harlne no Aeenl in California, ire will eell i 
Ihoyoblieatoar 

Very Low 191101031116 Cash EatH, 






I'lAMi t'>llTr-?,4]M 



PATENT INSULATED IRON B 

Making iboin the bail and moil durable . ■ ' ■ - ' ' I 

seitj3 for^irculabsI 

rti-iiti SatlNfitciton Guarnule«'| 
r tin- money Reruudctl> 

BOARDMAN, GRAY & I 

ilUAST.Sv*! 



DR. W. H. IKWlS| 

DENTIST, 

THIRD ETBEET, near Howard, SAN FBAH^ 

(Oppoatu Elletfa llirulaaj li 

EXTRACTING WITHOUT P* 1 "] 

O/ft *t-L BBAHCUK3 OK OENTTSTHlf PE ! ir '?| 

ty Sp^d,l allonrion rnji] In rba I'raei 
a of ClliLllIUlN'd TfiBTd. 

Tootliaeho Etrectanlly Cured I 

«po lo Up., 9loi.IL e'oJ Eye., Sv,'»3 and Kt i 

Wholo and Partial Sots nicely and firmly adjaf'^ 

tbo Month. 

iF.jinnrjuirclOiur.lbuu,, ,^,,'ihe OCce tiej'\ 

Childreo's Teeth Extraottrl for 60 &m 

»*a w ,r ,. iHtfl", S 'M 



BUY ALL YOUR 

WATCHER 

OP 

TUOK.ER! 



' - "THE CA LirOBNIA J-'ABMER 



15 



yilcraru .Srjrnbhrii, 



RAILROAD HOUSE, 

46 ami 48 Commercial utreei, 

Between Bnttcry nnd Bront, 

sajst rBAifoisco," a ail. 



uly contemplated l 
moot bat think ib« 
"flap- of Ihecoue 



THIS HOTEL. 

S ESTABLISHED 0PON TUB 

EUROPEAN PLAN . 

SUITS OF ROOMS FOR FAMILIES, 

OR SING-LB ROOMS, 

Cdn be bnd by the dny, week, or month. 

'HB ROOMS bite tan farntihod "lib reference I 

ntilib. nod Comfort: otorj Sleeplnj-Rooui hue 

Uu,ket^Birs, or> d b .,([ nptilatcd. 

Is nlwaye: supplied with the Bust ftnd Choicer 

ptesenl u moni Luxuries w >n r Hotel la Ujo 

State: ffhlto »5lb. 

EVER^Z - ID IS EI KNOWN 

From which IB make 1 selection, 



THE CASH SYSTEM 
le the only plnii of this House; by this mi 



WANTED, TO LEASE, E TC. 

800 Acres Excellent Land 

FOB SALE. 

A SPLENDID TRACT OF LAND OP 

TrXTrnct'of LnnT I" of ibo Voir best 
qoMils In nil tblsseollon, soluble Cot Groin, 

lUpwRot.' ThoLintlirii'lln>»l!l»t«S»o 
., one-naif cash, bilanco ono, two, nnd three jenrs, 

"'wf™ ""desire's 1 splendid taut of Lend, In « bem- 

" il locatluc, cflTO.mifl.llHi; in ,,.,..,,.. r. i=ilL ororyihloi 
Irablcf.ir ilnrfo Ranch i.r Homestead, *ill find this 

"" 0P1 h[ 0" E*LL^i''k I H '■nil!' !""■ i ■■■ 

1.3m Or of the Editor uf Ibis paper. 

3-Horse For Sale, 

ftA- A FINE SADDLE-HORSE, FOUR TEARS 

ri | .".... .', hiir.J^ bicb. brie-ht bay. with n slorand 
.Lilo hind 6*li « IKrfect Eootle.nan'l horse The 

,, ■ i , r , T | .(,.-, ... .■!! tun i'-r iri.nl cf .if'.- f-r him. Apply 
T. B. MERftV; 

Farmer Office. 

|F Breeding-Mares Wanted. 



THE CATARACT 

Washing Machine 

AND WRINGER. 

Rubbing and Wringing Done Away! 

8,^. THIS MACHINE 

IS 
REMARKABLE 
FOR THE 
KeJ FOLLOWING 
|j-.,£j QUALITIES 

WHICUITIS 
WARRANTED 
TO POSSESS: 
id lime the Snot Lain Colin, or the 



The Railroad House, 

Is Ttio rough Fire-Proof. 

HEALTH, COMFORT, ECONOMY, AND GAFETx, 
Is the Wotio of ihij n»iu,. 



lb* Suite 
Uilinf Ji 



FURNITURE! 

BBDDINGI 



nnelpapcrt, whireopon ilit officer in com 

"rinr."-''';.:,^! ",.-.;,'..'■!,;,,:' Lr'-.m 'Lir/rpoor'tod 
'aClnall.VTjlT-:r,-.l 1,11.1 >!.-. Tile riipli, ill ,i' ' 






ESTABLISHED ISOO- 

AGENCY 
Mission Woolen Mills 



er employ Rnnniri. bela;; d«cm 




SELLING, MARX & CO 
Extensive Furniture Warerooms 



Of cotton ^i •}.■:: V...1: 



\(oii Comtnemul ISiilkiln, 



j. G. clauk: & Co. 

No. 510 Washington street, Tfp Stairs, 

OPPOSITE THE MARKET. 



Fo»Tnr Cmnnur.— Tlio grevhoond run* by eye- 
iighl ultra..-, noil Ihii we »<■.:« n- a bid. The 
Iirricr |.i t -.iin tiit3 uu bis ISO bundled and fifty 
tnllcS (".irii.T ti" mi -w.n J by I'Tiriif-'lil, Tl,'. r from 

By, Willi Wilts lliniiinrid I'.-nr.... In []!■: ,-v,.. .1 .rlh 
ftomaofrle to ingle with ihe rapidity ol",. ibi-hin^ 
Bword, ami i.-: r.ipidlv d.irti Imill— riffl Inrnini- in 
(beak, bin wiili « ,-b.li r.rv.r-iuir trio notion of 

bis wine', .in-1 in-li-.u -ni'lv .-iik.ilmiiv t. I . ■ di,- 

Udcc or the uL.j-olr-, or lie would dnsh himself la 
piece?. Bui in what conformation of bis does this 
coDjieiT So one ona answer. A cloud of ten 

the minutest inlerv.1 between ihoro-yel no on. 
knocks iiti-jili'-r ii.-i'll"ii..- .i r ...i .In, t rut, or brcn.li. 
tlecorivin- l.iuiinr.J J-Li.; , I ..■,.; 111..- :..■ lire. S„.l 
denlr— mint < r.mr J..1 in ir.lli.it, „f ibis mnlcblef 
dime— :i |..-uli.rl-. I.ii.'li- ; t.nil'l..rr..li 1 ri,„ 1: ,,„-.,! 
wjjh long pnndunl nose, nod tetllinE on you 

i pollOBO- 






is I 



se cOMh come! suddenly u 
etnipht itri.u/li ill.; middle of tl 



the lonely iv .in, l- r , t l>:r. wlicn 'liu d'e ireinl^ 

the my, li.l.n and loo!; imnj, t,.;fTirc 111' utti 
^- bll drau t ;hl) Si. nni; knows. 



FIRST PHEMIUIH AGAIN 

BEING THE 

SEVENTH TIME RECEIVED 

Against All Competitors, 

R. H. "VANCE, 

Comer of Maalgomery and Sacramento Sis., 

SA.N FEANOISOO. 

n»rlnr( »rt»In tecelred the FIRST PREMIUM 
■mrdeiWtioo Stile Filrfurlbe BEST AMBRi/Il PES 
ud PHOTOGRAPHS, It li go«»n»»d thit nil *bo 

>o° be produced at US' other rooms In it- . -. ... i 
Sa.Veon' 

lostnujljnt aiien lo the urt, nnd stock fumlihed 

ll.i-.iu.- .,-,-, S-JJ .I'.O .unli of C.oioru, OlnJl, PU.141, 
lues, .nd Chemitjl-, .,n bind oml m Ibr- »»J, ! ibull 
uniflar diipoH ot them »t iboul New S" 1 - - a - 



HBpoob K»iu to Stop Biiti.— Sipples, one or 
(lir j..|li.:jl n.ml-rrs of Ihe trail, on btinp; asked 
if he inw ri-li.-.l .o enlist, replied that be was llie 
pooiefl li.in.l ii, ill.- -.-.■ii.l.l in !lo[i boll-. ; ]>,- i,. : v,r 
Wuchcd even ii fi..|, lull l,ui ii went tlirou R li hlro. 
Bll deUnolDiitloo Id siny at home it £iod. 



BUY ALL YOUR 

d i^_m o:n~:d s 

TUCKER! 




H0C6I HOCSI I HOCS1 I ! 

THE UlfJIIEST MARKET PRICE WILL BE PAID 

For Groin-red flogs, 

Al the Purk-pieklug House of 

WILSON * _. 
Corner Broadnuy ud Sitou. ... 
N a.-IMiiiti t ai In,: tale or slop-fed Uonsssii 




D | ScplOOlba, wbieb '™ k .F ,, "._"L > ,,° .'.it."*™ 



been fiwlj ">"' 
Tills ftdvaneo ha 
from England, f' 



occasioned by Mo advlc 



-11 pit 



»i liuo price*. U"" 1 « "J 1 °'" " 

'■' rl > '"''"'■'■■""■'■. "''."""^Vri-.iiV ';■-■ I! 

fell. Id. Maria, and Achillea, aggregate ■ 



Horknwsy, Htf Water, dying * 
Eldridgc, entire tnnoago if * hl * 

Alboll Lawrence, for jail**""™* T 
tons, ud fti Evangeline, I< "" 1 " 1 fl 
TOO lona. Tbe bnUt of lll, ' r C " K 

tod n.--ut,!!.cb*lancoprinei[ 
bulk at 100,000 bbli of Flout bai 
from tbo now crop, "bich mist 1 
our sorplus will **> DKaca b " fc 
but it put bo bono id mind, 
bftTD been made npon orders for i 



WOTMMli "O Itp fe England, and but 

b.vo loaded nod tailed for lull point, < h1 



(oniiihad, and feel confident Ibi 
largo is that of lest jwr: »«'■»' 
proportion to tbo Foreign demand 
Wheat for oiport, at SI J5@l ' 
SlS0@lf0; $1 52) Oft. been po 



, 'd Ah T. 



FARM 8TOCH, to- 

Flint, Bixby & Co., 

IIA\E FOIL BLOOD — 



Pli fillip " t !_'V''v 



nv, July nth, 18*1. 
Fon some weeks post the Wool-Hnrktit bos tec 



aing !■ 



raplioi 



ttod goods to the toiled SHIM, 
od to ft flatness in oar Bomc-tradc. DuriDg lot 
i=i tan doys the favorable prospect for our bar- 
est has Tudocejl r. better demand, nod the .,..,. -i 

ol is reopened ft decided nod geocr 
iniikely. Prices ofnrost Imported i 

.„',,,,„ ., m i c.i-e, l.*vf declined 10 to 16 

rccOt. 'in l->n,a,-U, fon- f ""ces 11..: foil 

4d 10 Bd " " 



B*. iJ'.WA Sco'elj— At S 
J«t. to :71b. 

jfcnocin County Sodtty— A» Bon Li II 

Cantrn £5nlo C"""'* S-drly— At Pacbtco. 
Paira la Oregon for 1861. 



roiniiKCW)'&> c ' , "3- 



MHHDIO BtJOKS 

K>|[ SALE. 
Bll Bllloa from SAN JUA5, 



iodi, ciccpl- 




,i\ a , Persi-m", Limn, P^m. Turk-y, .m.l 
ere** Buenos Ayrcs, Hi W lb; washed .fir- 
»„«.-,.;■,.= Ajr«, l«.i«.2'-l; Oporto 



5,for 



ke ,i Wt ) «t : bol«eqooloSi: 
i b : B ood milling «od oiporl Wh< 



IV olio CO 



bwo, nod wo quota 81 it 



b 1«, 



ArriTslj of Buj Prodoct, for tbo put iri 
beeau folloii: Flout, lVMqtit'i Wliesl, 7S.3 
■li- Eo.lev, I5,S6iiks^ OiU, 15.355 (k*. Com, 1 
.ki. PoUtoc, MS7 tkt Wool, WO bolt.. H.Jt, 010 



Till Til-PwrnLs' Uxios.- 


We have reeo- 


redt 


Heport of tbo Ei. ComBiitfe 


c of Tc^-paje 




ceiiro TJoiou, of whitb we 






Tlie great object of this Co 




toon 


polies cod overthrow frnu 
1? oo1d fasten opoo tbo grefl 


body or nilll 


gbo 


est Tii-pnyers n toad of t 






nnd oppressive— law* inflic 




<!Ui\l 


of Tftmpires, land-'batlcs »r 







Strota-Ciss Stnup^-». C. Holmati, E=q„ of 
Mokclomoe Hill, ioforms ua ho bu rniscd Ibi 
Sugor-cann (Chinese) the present tom Eoceess 
folly, end will make Sirop. Wo ■ 



of [be weight of their eropi per acre, the bdjo 
ofSirnp to tbo lOOIbs or ton, nnd nil olbcr 1 1 ■ 




Ojaf p orP o n ,-l..bln C Fnll-hlot«l M.rlt.oSbeoj.rj.n 
ZlSto.eonie ft Rood 6 |u »jjj 4 b l^, , '!jr*f,5j Sl» 

rll'.ir't'i'lf-'r^i'l':' Art.IT- ■ ■ Kl'IT-JK Fa ti.h ljll ^0_ 

CRTST AlTP AL ACE ! 



Pacific Mail Steamship Company a 

STEAMSHIP 



jrt-mu ; I ';^';'b;; f CO! " ,A, ' DEB I 

, Curon of a"?^eofo »d B L "d^'orj".^!. 

California Bteam Navigation Company. 



TBOSE WHO WANT 1 



Well Bred Stock For Sale. 

UAVISQ A LAHOE DUEEDINfl STOCK OF 

SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, 

SOUTHDOWN SHEEP, 
THOEODGH-BEED TR0TTISQ H0BBES, 

....AT.... 

"WOODBUBN FARM," 

TboM, de*lraM of pnrobaiin?, eno bo oopplled at.»n: 



CABRY1NQ Vy.T-&D_ STATES MAIL. 

' ( :">l;^l.l-M.'l-iiliwloE.Cuiiklbi; z C|>A[ 





1 


BHAODOS, Optnlnli 


B. 


load 






„?;. 




stt, 


SFH 


* s r 


copl 


,'l"""n 


Wb 








tight limit >f 










Ma 


ry 


BTill 


3'olnsa, 


E 


ea 


Bin 


ffa 


-S 


S 


Sffi?S 


fi&tXJl 




Dice 




Z 



To Wool-Growers! 



,f He Wool-Oronan of fl 



I of nolhlcf bntFoll- 
?o"irr"°, CnManao Co 



•; V c.,,,,,,,,1.!,,!!! ..f li.i-r n.-.-.-r :i.fi Li 1 -.n, J .,r rrin- t 
3 ,, r .hiii.' W ib^ fm=ti Flii-Qv-,.1 >i,^. Wonoi. bav- 

A Limited Number of Bnoka For Sale, 

Which «.■ inltfltl I" "(ff m 'U"b P'i"^ »' ! " I ''""-' r , h -," 
,,,!„„,[,.. ,..,d|..V>ll-.-b"-i-b to itupro^o their fl-^k 

■ V.-./'VIlI. ■ &t^iV. a wi™ ifat »neb o-c nowuffor for .al 

EEAHBD HEBE, 

And Fully Acclimated 

TboTcftro mmo dwlroble than imr-iilod Slook. 

: Y. M*r'iVn ! .--' . ! T.\l'l.l-:~] .it. I',.,.; .ll, u t,.< s 



SONOMA AND SANTA ROSA 
I» ^. tO ^ EI "3?. 

r^^^t PEINCESS^ 

ilcvlnajailbeonlhomnphlr rojiolred. la no" phicoj Oft tbls 

ItegTilar r*aclcet I 

r,', "Vl'''i.i'''',,Vl''"'V .- Tt t/J I '-■- > -■. ■■'■ I.I.'SK-mV-. ■■. 

mil,.!)-. ..,..i i'; ■^. , l .;:: ! -;';;- 1 :h j ,l, ii ; " ;■■;;:;;,'.':;'; T J „ „„; 
, . ,„■ . .,,, ■■ 



COLEIHAN'S LINE, 

SAN FEANCISCO TO NEW YOBK. 

l&^TIAVrKG ESTABLISHED A LIKE ^&^ 

CLIPPER SHIPS, 

Tosftll roinlarlT fratn San Francises- to Kew York, we 
are propftrod to olfor nousaal facilities to 

Shippers of California. Produce. 



.,[>■] ([■■: 



r l'..rl- 



HUCKS & LAMBERT'S 

CELEBRATED PATENT 

H & L AXLE-GREASE. 

THE SITT1SCRIBER3 HAVE THE PLEASURE OF 

oaiitiunirine f IhL-lr mtiiintxi.. iv.l-t.ii. and Friend], 

mechanics' institute 

First Premium 
UNRIVALED _&XLE-GREASE, 

S. F. BAY AGIilCULTUltAL SOCIETY 
Have Awarded ihoo) tbalr 

BolbowovBrgratirrlnBtotlwftdvortijers to have their 
" HOME MANUFACTURE » 

Ibni distil 



\hcj tttfttO 

.bvirTi.Ti.,", 



( „-i il,..nr,,.t.ntl,.iftndinit i tbo ovcrw 
ihodtraandforlbolr NOW POPULAR 

■I 4. L AXLE-GREASE 

HAS UORE THAN UUUHLh'fi UUWNQ THE 

PRESENT SEASOS. 

And whilst Ibo JI an ofao lure rs olfor thoir Ktnltfol tbanlis 

to oil those rriondtlo 

CALIFORNIA J7RODTJCE" 

palB.willbeiparodinfmuro 

■WIDE-SPREAD REPUTATION 

THE BEST AND CHEAPEST 

Lubricating Medium 

JOR WHEEL-CAUR.IACE3, ETC., 
—•■- idimoCftlifornlal 

FltlKS ,t L.1MII1-.1IT. 

lovonton ftotl ioIo Mannfaotorere, 



OAUFOBM IA FARMER. 

List of Agents. 
IOu* SOHcmttEas oao .ond rnonov m stArLSaWl. 
RoeiftorftHholtoit-offlco.andlhomonav nilleomedlied 



l?i>rtn e n Aginn. 

. — . Ksa_ lh*ol.lv, lliitittii liinati. 








SA^A^CISCO, CALIFOBNtA: FBTOAY MOENINO. SEPTEMBER .7. IBM 



NUMBER 3. 



% Salitaiii faraf-t 



7B.VJE OF tFSEFI 
OOLOttEL WABBEH. 



UlU-ISUED EVERY FRIDAY HORrllN 



the lime made by Glee 
Chief i Jim Barton last Full, when they tur 
the Pioneer Course in 2:40). The fastest pcrfu 



he (turf. 



San Jobs Fall Races. 
. Ooa longitudinal Mend, Smith, of Hit San Jof£ 




es on Ibe ground are ell "doing well 
ITO Rifleman, who Is Aon Ai eomioi, ns will b. 
Been elsewhere. Mr. Loucr's stable never mi 
HSiit off, and Jerome Foi is getting along finely 
Bub his youngsters. Prom Ihe Giltoj stable we 
jiear nothing, but suppose they are oil right 
Brooding, at Emerson's, is in poor heBltb, bat bil 
horses never were better. 



Ore i test Tea 



Wednesday, been informed provioos to In, rill 

,1,- truck, that tho b«l time c-cer m..,l.. i» d( k 

as (we don't cull the Ethan Allen oborlio 

ling") would bo made that day, be wonl 

rjt.pt ■' 



mod; nod . 



a thin! 



fcrcd CapL 


Card 


E'-g- 


fJlcn 


oe Chief and 


Mr 


W. 


Daniels' re 




iro Bar 
ear nc 




. The team 


ed 


Mr 


by Mr. Job 
cb.g.Sbot 


Urn 
ndS 


kscon 
D. YVb 


s led 


of Porter & 
1). g-Ruinb 




Tbe 


Daniels Is 




ring w 










largely the 


favor 


tcs,.up 


they 
He. 








They wont 


off 

trifle 


;.*..:; 




; pace, hu 
torn and 


Its 

gbt 


ad- 




, nil 






earn, Ibey re 


po 


ded 


splendidly 


Odd 


ubeda 


end 


taking the p 


ole 





Clje fnUock. 

Bla'cli Hnwk Prince. 
Tms horse, the property of B. S. Holden, Esq., 
if Slockton, was the object of admiration of ol 

iWetoTlfeir. He wu gd by Blank Pilau (nnw 

>wncd by Charles Simple, Elq., »f St. Lautt, H«-). 

dam by Vermont Biack Hawk, grand dam by Sir 
'alter and he by Moscow (imported), and he hy 
op. Sir Charles. Ilia sire, Blank Prince, wm 
-eil by Mr. McKinny, of Addison county, Ver- 
otll, nod get by Old Black Hawk, dam by Young 

Sir Walter, he by Moscow, and be by Imp. Sir 

Waller. 

is colt of Dr. Holaen's is decidedly a pet of a 



United Sta 



Addresn of the Boy. Thou. Starr King. 

Tin annual Address for the Northern District 

Wr el Marysville, was delivered by Rev. Thos. 

Stnrr King, on Thursday evening, September i:. 

following ejnopsiB of the Address 



a the t 



I, ,L-,li.! 



„ ..,cby, dam hy Imp. 
-,i»eo. The other was bred in New Jersey, and 
j. got by Duroe, out of Moggy Slamerkiu, the 
m of Lady Relief. This horse was afterwards 
.._ .~ v n . mn n[ by James Conks, of Loan 
q Moscow, referred 



■led ai Yoi 



the thoroughl 
rs, N. Y., in 183G, 



id Moi 



if hi: 



Yolo Grove Foil Races. 

^gXne Fall Roces over tho Yolo Grove Count 
Ripened on Wednesday with a race at mile-heais. 
Ketwcoo Mr. Kerby's Jacfc Hawkins eoll and Mr. 
Kjpamba' Ashland filly. The latler won with ease 
Kntl we are glad to see the oame of tho little baj 

*nlog (lie, fur we know the time will come wbci 
Ashland will be rightly appreciated as a Block 
^Knt. The race was so easy thai a dcscriplioi 
of heats is useless, so we append a 



itrctcb, as the hi 
of the four, how 



rribly low; paces in Ibe quarter 
cs camo np for this heal, none 

iralleled exertion. Crooks, by 



e of ( 



length a 



ondl 



llhemnoblyto the balf-mil 
as if no horse could keep h 

verwent. Gleneoe Cliiel 



te A|.|.c: 



will, il 



The 



loynd ii 



;iatthcfor 

form of tony iloj 
igbt of a i 



:-.,u,ub 



;of t 



h the gold of sunset. Near hy, be 

,rn ever hungry fur the fascination 
ind shadows. If ihe assessors tl 

it pr< 



e North, a hundred and 

i. n il,|,.: Ir.,ru Hie lower of tl 



thoroughbred horse, Cosmo, by a 
t of yourj, a month or so ago, io n 
la Ro»a. Had be placed Ihe little 



vL A k .n. 



cmni.,11 "wilh 

i, ,1 n.,1 i.ll.iril .1 kriunkdi;.! uf ibe ferliltly and 

— =- J productive cuiun-ili- which purn.us .indiiir- 
ibcr lands, and which ibis Fair prcicms in 
o. Mr. Nine iliea spoke of tbe Sanmmculo 
,o Joaquin Valleys as Iwo horns of plenty, 



for purity of hlood. Sir Archy, Ibe "F 
AbrahonT' of the best American racers, was 


uher 


He t 


rih,-i.'...L-ji.ii 

Id his hearer 


c by Ibe Gi.l 


enGa 




















our Colonel 




comte, Tally-lro, Nina, Red Bye, Planet, Sh 




the Ka 


I, knew or wa 


. But he w 






cdi- 










mcled either for sloutucss or speed. Now, i 


nny 


lilerut 
d life re 


er : bel.T.eu ,. 


,jn,rt. L -rry hu 
y uf the nob 


1, :,<, 



arlh ii 



with a glass then 

liter rn'thn'bol sei 
,1 pi> wdery,i 



y ministers to annthcr, and how w 
mghl again the lesson of nnily, and 11 

-and St. .[ile [irn.l.iel- '■!' i^rk-nlhir,- 



l.,.|li„. 



nuld reach five lime* 
ferenceof the globe I 



Trom the i 
sma. Yott 
infiincv. W 



p of wheal, sprinkling a bushel 
c feel of ivainr, wenld make a track 



o of cattle and puullty bus been 
iing in tbe few rears since I'.slif.iriii 
irnesa. Mr, Kin- !...■(■- |.re.ienlfi :-oiii( 



g to it in crude form! 
hicb It moulds for us 
ains. Thcmnnwho c 
■unkrupting posterity. 



■1; thus I.. 



r::it; iner. 



Until the 

l„r h 'r:ly Ihe 



Ibe bringing up nf oil production 
i level with their type. California 

hTeo generous; and they must tee 
modo Indicated. The Cren 




the average. One of them 

wclgb about ono-nnd-a-balf pounds, uud 
rtd flftcon-and-B-balf inches In clrcumfer- 
oneo, and wat one of ihe finest Quinces we erer 
I «aw. 




The SotiolJ, » 
tiHop from Ibi 



ening, Got. Njc, of Nc»adi 



applauded. On Thurid-iy 


was 


°gW 


OUT 


be > 


blc 




Hot. 1 






"K- 




I 1 . 




•eport ; 












In the daytime, to 










































:!.- ■ 












lbs Pavilion (wluc 








id lu 


Hi. 







ns s. drum or dry C 


in'. 


uei ["i;.".. veil 




ce looking, lira. St 




















i d display of 












out -wild Gooaeboi 








noticeable for Ihei 








bol. Jlra. Tcrgard 






























Catchup, etc. Sin 




























j show of Do 






peaks well for th' 


!,,.u,l..-,| 


ra. llrs. Boliogcr k 


as 


lovely show o 



■'".I. '*'.'■ I 



.] I'. ,11 .11 



of lady equesi 
Saturday at tbe Show Grounds, 
two contestants for tbe prcmini 
fnl rid i be— Sliss Celcstia Col I it 
Pierce, of Yuba county. Both 
grace. In the evening, tbe pi 
Fair closed with the reading u . .^ v 

Bot to resume. On Wednesday, the Pair wi 
well under wav. At tbe Cattle Grounds, despi' 
the dust and beat, tbo attendance was large, '- 
eluding many ladies. Tbo chief fo 



ol Mi-J ilur 
wed skill an 
idiugs Df tbe 



laide fro 



s Ibo 



.r th. 



at half-pas 
es were pa 
migh ibe in 



made In tbil Slni 
boracs, many of thee 
tbe ring in single file, tbei 



.ceful, n 



nnlsi 



glossy c 



Delta i 



d off by il 
i [among 1 
, Ben Lip 

,,! L. 'J-," !>.!!]■: Ubrci- Vi-:T- 

sglbcmagaiucnliinllio. 















article: 


of graces, pears and quinces. 




sbout thirty feet long each, 




. Tbo first tablelo the left, 


(be Pa 


ilion, is partly occupied by 


ill..ui], 


of .Mnrysville, who exhibits 


eiies ol 


grapes, of superior overage 




and cleanly appearance, thick- 



sight, i 



any 1 



HiWU-lnrimi 



strength nnd beauty as was; to 
ale od a that filed tb rough the i 



scaled, the folloirin 
W. W. Williamt 
Alameda county. 



.■autiful, 
to have 



5 Jem Brown, 12 
word's Jack Hays, 1 



ears old, Yubc 
years old, Yub( 



in thoroughbred rot 
entries, Williamson's 
star of tbe exhibit. 

Tbe blood stock n 
all worl 



Boyles, Yuba connly, i 

Bad n black jiM-k ol iuiponeJ i.'-.-iili 
property of Chinu £ Hcnhey, Colas 
ei.illv iiniia-'i ; th.; nniiaiiL's bend ren 
tbe bewitched Titauia's tronaform 
whom she said: "And let mo toyi 



i, draft Bt 

of I 



ded by horses o: 
e males, by J. W 



Thcr, 



my (r-jal 

untie 



superior table grape, 

.ulkyodol.'tbeGriisly 
'risen Albert, Black H 
irgc as the Malaga, and 

■ZioEndal." It is a HI 
lerry, black, with a heai 
Toweled together that It 



On the I 

splays s 
Iroui i . 1 . 1 1 .. 



ice display of Li 
■ty.vbicbvrchai 
r. Covillaud labe 

mf being so thickly 



jidenls,of ihc .Northern Distn 

ciely, in whose- prosperity bet 

He began bis fooibill fan 



ed of tbo at 


JSEfofb* 


sweet almond 
lion— by who 


iv England X 



.villi [H.M 









FlbrHio, 












is mentioned by Horodotus fi 




tue plant 


the Christian era. Ho allud 




forests o 


es of India, and describes a cu 


belli -bed 


i and with fleeces from tree 


. Tbcu- 


Bui w 



istollc, 



Ibo disciple 
growth of Cotton both in India and Arabi 
observes that this Colton-plnnls of India I 
K-nf like Ibe black mnlberry, and aro set i 

Ou the Persian Gulf he noticed that they b 



u-U^ppi 


and th 


e ullnv 
u, Loui 


I'.u'i! 


d 


of Al 
dTein 


, have 




d (o tin. 
















Mid ill. 












s profitable cul 












D Cottoi 












be Middle Stales c 


half 


Am 


«. 


millioi 


f 1800 
found 
sod a 


















nearly 














ier Stales I 












n thoC 










nod the en 


IBM Of 


"""n 


■" 


hf 


reusing al tbe 
Bonier States 


ndica'tcd. Down 


UM of 
forces b 


!;,- 


.s 


nnryo 

them 


tl-arly 
arch of 



more pcrmmiiut imiuro 



t, but a 



i obou 






which, v 



red Tokny, Black Hun 



Chile Rose, Chile 



1°T- 



ic display of calllc, both graded and thorough 
bred. In thoroughbred cattle the display wo 
grand, of which we only notice ibe nio.i pr-noi 
neul. Of course, the famous stock of R. J. Walsl 
Colusa county, took the lead of all Ibe Darhuu 
and lone, tboroogh-brcd shot 



inlls ol 



f Ibo 
i a slock, Sbeldi 



any justly claim tl 
iarkablybauo>omi 
r of wl,ich|f.cs j, 



of the Dry Crci 
nly, dlBploys ten Tone 
red soil of lite fooibill 



some splendid Pi 

ingofpt ■"-■ 



of pi 



■I fine for 



i no I lid in, 






ritb 11 



;,n.len uf ..lit lellow-tUiv.eii, 1. II- Kr,iu-,e 
French variety, set-]- 
red, though small 






nds, both Tory cheap aod of great yi 
Tbo Cotton-plant was observed b; 



ind his oDieers have ! 



Uull'iii 
at of bi 



ind turban which fori 
the nallres at that remote per 
»rly found its way into Egypt, 






cily, Fraoco, and England. 



luoat of lleiico tl 
uilted Cotton, imp 
lie plant of iodia 



1 by the 



entb hour conli 

lllLT L10.00BS. 



ourlesy of the Con 



li;-l,l ,l[,.l ],li- 

ir,and portal, 
ier of Angcli 



ooly exhil 



of Yolo county, had a fine 
bred Dorlium slock, an 
white hvifrre ^cregen 
old bull, ll,ery Clay, Has 

parade, tvl'"b,.'r,,'V.iv 
but we1i.pror,orfu., lt ,] < \i 
en,,. l,.:t,-,ccn Durham ■ 

w»a certainly l.rv sii^ri.; 






is 
E 

Mr 

gn 


ol 
nd 

pe 


,l,..v.ir^ 






111! -i '.,„■." 

eiblbilioiil 



the eye aod gratify the seme of 
Mr. Simon deserves great cred< 
attention -.Uiich be has pl 
bacco, and bij products i 



les. Lost year ihcy had a table full 
aches ; this year Ibe Docpeachcs arc 



!-:,,. r | ii„,r Wi,: 
ble. These C 
Wine and pice 
the world, erf. 
Edwin A. 1 



l.l.ilv-illl, 
len.l.'.e k It 
..1 WIliL' Wi. 



Charles Cnrill! 



of 1859. The Bra! 
rage of imported. 



*onable people. The 


mouths. Hero are Golden Pippin 








some of those same ladles In lighl- 




itf eighteen or twenty iochea. Her 




Sweeting; tbe smooth. checked WI 










a, S°aryitMlerallracl 
eorcompetcut judges, 
redlt for Ibo care and 
lo the growth or to- 


Ibey look, like tha faded crcita™ 
no seup al, youngster, and finally U 


be Fair are well worth 


amuDghls thirty thonsend peach 



la a few years of a 
Tbo Wine is a 
ing, spirited and p! 



rilcle, and some excellent old Cidci 

■"ini'TL-frinL f nono era. 
Tbe snow of Hops Is especially line, a 
■orib tbo special attention of farmers, 
■reners, Ibe culture uf the li..[. heii.i: now 
oeut feature of „i; r u : ,,n„r... Mr. J. li. Ill 
fho has o ranch up tbo Feather Hirer, „■ 
"ii-. fi-"'" M-.ry,vi1l,., bus u good show. 
ia that Ibe plants will avernce ul.oui ( ,n 
ian pounds lo tbo pole, and ho bus one I 



Oreg. 
d is well 



luiu.ii dl Coti 
leii Slates t 



it quol 






ecked, 



lock declines or goods 
iven to price*, the cul- 
.on flows in fr.nn Kl-vi! 



,:ip.,llt ,.,,.! 
lu Hie llr.l 



I from ln.l'u, 
', ^presumed 



n the 



ion the gross after the dew had fall 



cither 



dfor 



people, 

occupal 



first 



two-year-old r 



good diaploys of B 



Hero 



s of the Gelds, 

When India rauslioi and calicoes v, 
imported ioto England, they met with o. 

Lie opposition. " Thev bud sui|.|.-iik- li,-.-,.in 

(H!,bioo.ll.le, ,ui.l tlire.ll,:,,,.,! [,, «!],„, -.-.t- til,- I. Or 
e.,t!ilili::lu.l woolen.9- „„,1 H, t noli,, n, In lis wi, 
il.-.m, lir,t pri-liilii-cd the iniporlatiotl of tbo( 
t.l.vo-., .in.l ll,..ii .ol.j. ,..,.,[ ih-m I.. ,1 il.ilv of ti, 
J.eiiee |.ei yard. |„ Kroute, Ainieiu', Rouen, un 
i'-n.., ioiji.ii.-l n ,< iiri-;.t Cotton as ruinons lo tl- 

now m inn I,., l",i. in re gives fii|ipnrt to .no.--; even I 
pirl ol" tbe popiiUliou of liiL.it ISriULn, einiiloi 
Here Elii.ly-lour million, of -. r ii,.|l,;,i, .on-uin'. 
annmilly i, V o and „ half million holed vi tbe ra 

iiioi yii-ii, H,, : „lv-eii'l,t bum lie, I million -.-,r,|,. 
Iiihlie.-., lit tin- nj/^ri;g»li! value ol two bini.l., 
and thirty milllooanf dollars 

In lH5B ) .Graal Britain derived hot supply , 
ColtOD from Ihc following countries, namely : 

From the Dolled Slates _ ) i ner C( „. 

" Ibo Bast ladies. i .i ' 

" Bnull 6 ,. 

" E eyi>i ■-■ ..- u " 

" Ibo West lodiei \ .. 

Bui while bet supply ftom ludla in Ibo twelt 

Vim ir. on ir.;r. tu Ic.'.J iacicaacd m„i|, ( W 

i'ln.lre.1 per Cent, miinely, IW.ni ,„„ |,„ r „|,, 

boo ..„, ., 91I hundred lho,i,r,„,l Hi. |„ 

ii. .-f ..-..I b..r exports of Colloa fubric, to th 

'J "- '" ■"■}'• " n "lent, ihut, lot ,.i.,rv ,„.,„. 

HiUirXaMd'at 11 ')™™' f 1 """" 1 "'' ll "' ;l " 1 "' : 

lie r.io.n, lo Ho. United Stales jtl Col l! 
less lhau threo per ceul of the Cotton jh„ „ , , v 
fromihcm. And since IBS! such i,„, ,./,,'.'. ' 



Could the Cotton-planter bold out any longe 
et it not bo for^oiten i!m! the Kmhargo w 
oled tobrifiREnglaod lo terms by williln-ldini; 



eaped from V 



:.,-.( i.. 



i yea 



i England enjoyed t 
-• o bad aba 



supplies from Russia and 
India, wbilo our crops perished in our own ware- 

Tast eiport of Cotton goods from Great 

ly of England 
sly furnished;, 
din and China 
T Cotton must' 
But India is able to treble her pre- 



addition 



ducti 



itis 



tnple ■ 



llll 


.1 In" pie." 






li a 


lol.l. .. 




--IV ',-.-, 








el.l ol'lur 


ustcd Golds of 






:in pi ii liters 
ra, and that 

i. But Still 
,s of Cotton 



o large Cotton district, tbe Amcri 



m Hop,!. TMi. 

14 aores !55,0« 

if Cotton Is oi 

ling new worl. 

tho overflow of the Kile, which 



1HIJ0... 1-16,316 II 

In Africa, also, (ho e 
increase; aud Egypt |, 
rntaintind dire" "- 
will augment h 

There Is n belt nro'und the earth's eurfac 
least slity degrees in width, adapted ia grci 








divert a few mil- 


lloni qf u,i., capital and but 




coolies to any fertile area of fiv 




miles within Ibis belt, and she 




double her supply ol Coltou, 


led command (he 
















re assured I.-. Mr- 








nt tbo South maf 








r, that ibo North- 




er, when In re*1«X 






instllmlous which ho believe 


to bo at variance 




.M.rjv: ll-ir 



OtonlofUo.lt! Almighty Kiugi 
Mold Ibe t.crifloo wo bring! 

T„ ,v,-,v irui Tby -IK-Di:ih impart, 
11,1 ?['"'' ' ,1 '-' i ''"■'••^ ""7 trail! 



To die for 





n in tb 


■ t |i,ii,n,:h till 


y in 


,„l.-l Hi' 


















































"* " "« i, i? p l i 


S, I bat 


a j°i 


bat tb 


id lllilt lllfl 

Cold "ate 






1 r. 




















DduLl 


is le 

Ibe 


sewo" 


a 


111.; h.-.i' 


■Honda small v 








lint he misbl 


"I* 










persoasionrj wr 


"Vso 






frr 


,„., I 




eft alon 






dill 


l,j „,-,., 


of bis friends 


either 




i.i.l.r 


dis 
































who 






,:,...■,.(■.-: 
















ot oil 1 












Station 




Ul.lv 111"? 




c.-ivril Ihcm 1- 




-ion. 




i... 


,i|,|i..ir. 



ItttfL. 



£ Calif orn ia 

THE INTJIANOLOGT OF CALIFORNIA 

X.— J. 
Old Spanish 



Th: I,-.-:,;-- 



«flkt 



.. ... . of tie Indiana of tho 

Ocean Coasts Bouth. 
•fSaxJusn Cupiiimno, and Iht Coait 



UNION FAKM 
AND PLANTATION 

MILLS. 
TO Xr^VUMEItrS, 

Stock-Raisers, 

-ASTt— 

STABLE KEEPERS, 

PARTICULARLY INVITED TO 
EXAJIIAE TIIE 1111,1, 

WE ADVERTISE ABOVE. 

THIS HILL 13 OF ::<' rillltlK.lRT iHARACTER. IT 

THE BEST MILL 



n;RN:-J[>K, ALAMEDA. 
WASHINtiTOH (HJilSEIlY, SACRAHENTO. 
r\ NURSERY, SJ.KTA CLARA. 

onhrmringFrulwofinoiTTwldT Tb. 1 



■.i-iil,ii,. 



cells: 



:nce Id the fact, 

overcd or died. When the pnti 
r froia hll disease, tlie paplrm w 
•cause Chioiirchinii-b hud tent 1 
firroily, tw a chastisement for >ome nci 
'ieticc, and thnl bo om.'t TcL-oticilt- 

There wero many of these impos 



-'m.mh.11 il midii besotr: 



te 


inn 


■ v.- Ill 


bl 


explained, and 


bj 


tb 


orn 1 


nbe 


. If sensible of 






ther 






Z, 




» b T;n 


1 n 






























lb el ess, tbu par- 


Ml 




gen 


mill warned of ibeir 




™ 


ned o 
iag, 


pon 
ibo 


ting nil the peo- 



"""' Period Sit 



is. Wonderful 
performed cuft 
entlj fr.it vcrgii 



uordj-seotcryssafcrtr.sot! 
iwaj almost ton skeleton, t 
mcesdjiag; having rectired 



These Mills Were Awarded the 

FIRST PREMIUM! 

—AT TOE— 

State Fair at Sacramento, Buy District and 

Mechanics' Fair, in San Francisco, 

and at the Santa Clara Fail. 



Mill complete, with Bolt for Family 

Flour fciou 

Mill complete, without Belt - - 140 
Extra Grinding- surfaces, per set - 10 



Greene, Heath & Allen, 

SOLE AO-EaNTTS FOR 

California, Oregon, and Washington Territory 

Messrs. KEEP & BRIGGS, 

STOCKTON, 



DUR JOBBING DEPARTMENT 
a WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT 
r m>tiner In wblcb~mo.l nf our Fred! li 

"WINE! 

; CELLAR 13 ADMITTED *f 



T'artnersliip XVotice. 

• lit: usriKitsinsEB imvefoiim 



TODD & RICHARDS, 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

ALEI H. TODD. 1AB. ]L KIC1IARDS, 

jtn firm A. II. ToJd i Uo.,|Lste film Rltbard* £ McCraier 

l-.l M- I,;,., L'"i-\ 11,,-lt.i , 1 i ..... . . .- In [Lb eitj-i.u.1 Ore t -or 



daily for Moltolnmno Hill, 
Far ilea ijf'nloi-uiv :'.B.['ir:ir/-i-nL,:uL- ■■!.. niUEndotorj 
'SS "'""' "" "" >m SPERRY A PERRY. 



PRESTON'S PLACE 

Tomales Bay, Marin Co, 



To i.,r<le> ni-hlnj. to pa.M a few days jilenMi-.tli in I ho 
r..u„r,v. [hi.. I.-Allty ho- To.- '-lii.H:. li..:ir--.nli,,.r. 
Kuliini. Hunting, an'l j.dli.Tini.- Shollp on tho Ray aad 
Oiinaii lie-.cb =iro ivni.in- ill" pa. limes -, and thon all 
Wo ":, oluiru" in Hi.: OL.ni-Bodj free of oharjo. Tbn 



Sv 


iri 
It 


■:-l 1 
.ill 


r" 


s ploa 


w 


rlfr. 

llin 


gb 


claluma, and 
fine fararar 


!1 












B 


J. 


PRESTOS'. 



TJIVIOjV HOUSE ! 

Corner of M ain and Center streeta, 

MOKELTJMNE HILI-. 

Henry Atwood, Proprietor. 

MTIIIS SPLENDID THREE-STORY STOSE 
DallJlnr, lone ooknn-ledctd cinal, if not .nc*- 

SELENTffl) BILIIABD TABLE ADDED. 



i ' ,.i t .,., •, ■ i ■ . ■• .I 

Hiirb"oroa , at°all\our^ : arid r bo loppilod with the bait 



SEED, PLANTS, ETC. 



wbi'h tin- 1- ciLlodfiW'. flu 








flij was detided opon fur lb 




padlllon, Ih.n the liner we 












Bah their how a -1.1 «rr™« 




Hn 1 " 1 " ii..-i^(t •■••., 










:ricr wplalnefl w the 












lediatelv comtntace. 






■■Kinirnrn, er.rr«,.f,n,lln 








BsoVKCaiion, ond Ihus the 


started off for tb 



,,';■ :-)<■■ liod I, iid lh.ni ' ,-li L . rqilk.l 
n childhood, and about eight ot uina 
ic aiglit, whilst asleep niii, oihei ebUdren 
10m by. them selves, n bear came sod placed 
i df hl» hairs on her stomach. How ho catnj 



SEED WAREHOUSE, 

S. ~SV. MOORE, 

IlVCFOKTEiR, 

WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DE.U.ER IN 

Farm, Garden, Fruit, Tree, 

AND AGRICULTURAL SHEDS, 



French Peosies. Ih'A.isriis, Gi..mi["i.:s, 
Lilies. Tl'i.tpk, and ollior Flowering PI anU. 

Ho. 110 California street, 
iK-tivi-, ii siu,*„i,c .,,,,1 Brontgomirr it reels, 
11-flm SAS TOANCISCO. 



Lake Vi: 

BEIHO OFTEN APPLItD TO "hy "ACQUAIN- 
TANCES ihrr— ' 



irbow 



hairs 

uplain; for r 



.okoewal 



Up the. nni.' 
•estternl n 
licsoog thei. 



■I l.y i.im. took 



Il.t.- ill < 


,!„[„", ,„,, 


linn 




[,,- r.-i,,., 




U,':l. 'I'll 


r did nc 




n the «nl 















i of bis c 




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dtho 


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v.-,..: n-i 


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„■! hv ii 
t.[. ir.J.i 


lurailiu 


Ben 



,r the sput outilnll was 



CALIFORNIA WINE! 

a a up. 

Co., Csl, } 

'-'■' 

... „/ w 

iff them, ajnell u the 
puDIIO (enaniiT. tnst i n»ro appololed 

Messrs. HOBBS, G1LHI0RE & Co., 

SAN FRANOISCO, 

;iiy Solo and ExcIuhIvo AgcutH 

V: ,!■; I!,.! 1 01 [..■!■ Vl.-i ft) - I T i 1(3 ■ . Ill ■ ■■! 

F..:lhi-: : IM...|'.:,lil.TIli-, f... ther .!....[ „ll the ditTo- 
r..r,l .:!..' -i'-t WIJB ounnfMluicI lie loo at LAKE 
' l'.i:i AiiMindlhnt Ihcy enon.it ho oU.lnod ef any 

1T0 lomi eellan 1 ! * E. Dnf'lEsOK. 

N O T I O E. 
IN CONFORMITY WITH THE ABOVE CARD, 
lapabllasn infuimod ibatno,ibo fiilucribon, bate 

wine collars, 



I*XJItE: WI1VE8 1 

COKSISTrNO OF 

Port, Angelicaj and White Wines 

ALL WARRANTED TO HE THE PURE 
JUICE OF TDK GRAPE, 
Which ho nni tell In nanntltlei to mil pnrchuert nu 
niiln.bl|,|,inepaeka lr e.n - 
HOI! 



DOWNXE HOTEL, 

South End of Durgan Bridge, 

Nevada street, Downieville. 

W. M. DOWNEY, Proprietor. 

an WITH INCREASED BUSINESS, I HAVE 
« enlarged faellitieJ for Bccommodatin e mf 

iiilLi "'The Hotel has jult been niialed, pnpert-1. (iti.I 

: ' ' .in. ■' -■[■ irtinnit. noil Inrni/hcJ aad vcutiUtcd. 

A fj th... t 

Board, per 

and Lodging, \,-i t 
1'iquora and* Clear 



French Garden 

VITVBYARD. 

SAN JOSE. 



I a. jnit returaod from France, bilsilair with 
bin. a complete. 

APPARATUS FOR DISTILLING, 
FOR MAKING WINE. 

Tboy "bib la turn their attention to WINE-MAKINO, 
and to make It s 

SPECIAL BUSINESS. 

They think that, by entering agilnln pirtnenhlp. one 
belngfnm RonnSAoiand thaethor from Boueooovb, 
the? naanot fall to 

PRODUCE GOOD LIQUIDS. 
Ther will ondortake, at rouonabls termj, to 

Make Wines and Cognacs, 

Within their vi-iniiy for all penou who will hoooj 



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elf 


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d Th °s™i;';, 


II rl 




epartfro 


a the "TJSTON," 


and for the 










'"'■Fherrnprie 


ofs 


alii hi tag 


h" ,-i iUIj 'H^arfoo toeaj* 




















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OF PRICES : 



L)J t -i. 



THE VERANDA HOTEL, 

Corner Main and Ckurcu ?•(.■.,, 

IONE CITY, 

AMADOR. COUNTY. 

„. TOE UNDERSIGNED, PROPRIETORa 
!» doiito to Invito Traveler- M Ih^ir U.-.lo!, .....6- 
llH deal that Iboy will make their etay ploaunt 
ilBL and agieeable. 

■.i-, .-,., ir-. in ^ i..iii.,i.ni.- in all lli.i Mininrj regions, 
id utha"BIG IREBS, ,I »toi.otihi. M .1. ! 

DUDLEK 4 COFFIN, 
2Q.S m PmprialMt. 



ST. GEOEQE 

On ^ovarOx Street, 
Between J and K streets, 

SACRAMENTO CITY. 



PEARLS 

OF 

TUOKEH 



,. OHOLOIlTIll, 



QO 



THE G 



HlFOENIAjAEMBE. 



glje Wilfltum fawt 



SAN FRANCISCO' 



will bo found < 



look to 0m 6peciul * 
i»l>n "I" ■"■!■ a"" 1 ln " 
ttUI adrr.ll.ln3 col""""- 
'.m., QretunH. SiwHilli 



CBlitoraln Arjriciiltural Fairs (or 1861 
Xhb Aonunl Fairs of tha Stale, Diflrf-I.tr ,.l Count, 
Agrkollur.l Societies of Ibis 6t»«v ft" *• eam " 

^taj, .Dorics BbcWj-A' Slln J ° K ' Tnw * I, ' r ' &l "' 
"a^i,"»™w S«Wy-Ai S»ot> R««, Tuesday, 
^StaWi^'-W &cWy-it Oakland, Tuesday, 
?"a^ W e»V cw. s«.-cfjF-At p»ob«o, Oct in 

^ffuloftii Cb»«y AWfj-AtUydesville, Tuesday, 
Oct. Sin. _ 

Falra la Oregon (or 1861. 
Slau &*«<y-Al Oregon Cit y, Oct- I*t. to sib. 

"finite' Bnuifjr&tirfr— At Coi-valli. n" :H "I'^'J]' 



Exhibition of SUM ABticnltnwl Socloty. 
i Stale Agricultural Society hold ll.cir An- 



nlhelGih. After ibe nsonldelnys 
la registering "'ielej, Iho Fa" 

s. The Hull was crowded wilh 



i by Mr 



led, nl , U upcett 

ir bud any altenlto 

■ssembly was pre: 
b bairU of the propl 



TO OOBBESPONDEHTS SHD HEADERS. 

matters or interest which appear, as presented by 

Advertisements. They arc worthy Iheir notice. 
When the hurry and toil of Ibo Fnira are over, 

respondent. _ , , 



Bill tie the gain 



uro use, of which oar rcodc 



Tho Stoto Fair at Hnoromento. 
T7mi nlll the pe eple say of the Sfnre Agriatl 
luroifn/ra/lSOl? What the newspapers say h 
one thing, and what the people say 
Newspapers mast Inyo their reports 
columns, bnt the people will bare 1 
spile of tho 



.o fill tbe 



ro tho assertion without fear of co 
irodletino, that the people nre very much dlsi 
pointed at the ritulli of the present Start Fair. 
has shown dearly that the people do not feel 
interest, anil therefore did not contribute. It 
deeply to he regretted that after so very libc 



by the < 



. „r siicr! 



), tbat 



Heekinks, 


who 


sarin, bn 


. ^l 


Garu 


contr'ib 


and their A 






evide 


ace of 


We were 


In ho 


pes tba 


If th 


re w 


snotn 


ool coalri 
county w 


H; 


e fact, 


road, 
the II 
and o 


theci 
ibe 


filled 
fourth 


goon* wer 


tent 


into n 


minal 


Ifit 


•p. We 



The address m» a gnod one, and we shall speal 
fit hereafter; yet wo cannot bat bope that here 
rterotall oii'r Fairs addresses and discussion 
nil be kept out or Ethlbitinn Halls. Tor they can 
ot be heard or enjoyed by one-fourth of an an 
deuce. It is no place for public speaking, sat 
o Issue tbe orders of the day. 

The Hall contained some very notable eihibi 
inns ; among them and most prominent was th 
ruij grand Fruit display from "Smith's Gardens, 

if apples, ond 50 of Foreign grapes,— the eihibi 
ion or grapes being all choice- kinds, save twi 
Catawba. Some of the bnncht 
and four poonds each. We have 
pletelisl of each, and shall nolo hcrcafle 
entire collection was a grand one. 
rigg - s Orchard, iiarysville, eihibi led 20 vnrii 
of Pears, 35 or Apples, 12 of Peaches, 2 of 
noes, and 3 of Almonds. This collectio 



Triumphs of Labor-Bfivlng Machines. 

The invention of tho 9r.wiso-)i*°utSB Is beyond 
n U,,uctlou one of the greatest invents of the 
nge and no invention has accomplished so roucu 
for Humanity as the Sswiso-bI: 

When this invention shall h 
true light-not only as xcosoi 



red in lis 



Isabi 



Dr. Crondall, of Aubnrn, mode an honorable e: 
hibit of 24 varieties of soperior Apples, ood II 
Pears ; some very superb samples, of which v 
have notes for future remarks. 

While t Hollister 

. The work of the Li 

of noble samples, all orwhich wo hate prepared lists 
for publication. Among those contributors are 
lions. GrnlTeresch, Sucraraeato City ; J. P. Martin, 
lone; S. Rich, Sacramento County ; J. G. Almond, 
R. Keechevel, J. itunyon, H. Davis, ond others. 

S. Riuh, eihibited a lltio lot of Fruit grown on 
high dry land on tbe Stockton 



bat of the WITH, Motbhis, and DacoiiibUS 

„ it should be, considered in all its bearini 
hen will the SnWiso-JIaciUKe stand as one of 1 
iroudesl models of human intention. 

Tho universal roico has gone forth in a e 
noan, bewailing tho pallia faces, injured forn 
md the sickly condition of tho Women of Am. 
ica, and they have been held up ia contract wi 
the Women of England, of Germany, ond of runny 
other nations, aad tho cnnlrasl has always — 
against one countrywomen The reason ms 
^nd conclusive : American Women have a. 
been Wortinj Ironen, but without wercisc, 



ciso to tWoor sfwuift and tho labor w.tu me 
KEEnr-E has caused the eurc/d ipiaa, Ibe round 

(o.ii whiuli Liu destroyed the Vitality, and robbed 
our fair countrywomen of iheir Blotty ond Batik, 
and has done more to produce CossumPtios and 



Addrest. of ProoldHnt E. S. Holdon, 
I the Fair of tht Snn Jouqum 1"!/'.'/ ""' 
tidtural Bodltjfl &p(. 18, 1801. 



nuro study ttnd perseverance, than that or tho 
'armor. Ho should bo a laborious reading and 
liinking man, os well os a laborious working 
nan. It i* a lamentable fact, thai the .,-.!, u|. 
ural profession is less understood, and is fur be. 
lind, in useful end |.nnvli...il km. v. |-,1,-, ,.ll ..il,,. r 

dignity, by conn.mi -m.l; =i n rl uppliciilion, in or- 



i Pitji 



will tliij 



il will aid in restoring to Iho American peoplo 
race of men and women of greaier physical pow 

power, by preserving ibe llsai'H and Stbbvo 
of Iho Moruaas of oor lood. A grand Ptoroi 
which shows ibis to Iho 



boppy, prosperous and unsurpas 



",',',,"] ,'['""-,'„„ |.l-' "i Mrii-tio.l M,ill; .lie HM\i- 

,[.:,-r, wiiii hi* ror.' f f ,t,r .' ,, ;;' ,1 t J ul ' l , ll I"";',)','.':,.,'-! I 


vule his evenings to s 
books, papers ond pe 


r, p.rticiil.irly IhoJuofCali- 

en mnnllis In tho year, and 

nco. Did the husbandman 

ns he should V did he de- 






a habit, not easily parted 
live and a provable amuse, 
worth of these hooks, well 


U Ynu meet hero from all sections of this rich 


m'ent. A few dnUnr 












R fri U t d oremul!;^ n r and y gen™ous rivalrj- ""om- 


stance, Lcibig's Agr 


cultural Chemistry. Il will 


., vm.r „.-,Vlil-r, ..nJ I., [.rolilby llle results. 
The great and primary u l,j,.rj. u. *'™>^<™\ 


analyst, the art ufc 
value or fertilizers 


iHiv.il ion, and the kinds and 
Purchase Yonatt on tbe 








;,!.i ,V- -in il...... i y, ■■^vnd io rr t jj k e t *^ d 


different breeds, the 


to n render di l beir a h'eaHb I 'com- 


'"" ' "'' """ll " ' il nr frill. i-i.--.- 1" '■["Villi: til"' 




c permanent. Heed Di.dd do 










all kinds of domes! 






There is no bran 


n of husbandry so profitable 



weep. 

Ali.kiiU.! 
by fur the 



Kiir.i.ie, have Lli..r.»ii_-li'.T..-.] minimis been more 
mjjtIH atl-r or sol.l for liijlu'r prii-ti limn nl 
,..e>ent. Tct, how few know the best and moit 

JU ""''lie .uiiumls [ M..rk il.,; .liii-n-noi- : tVt are 
ting nl an eitravngnnt eipense highbred 
lis, which sell from live hundred to ten and 



Tber 



of the Wkitl A'ler 



wcigniogfoQi 



tisfied fr 



r th. 



Slole, that iho people will not come np to tbe 

management of Ibe Society. 

Thepwnb say "we want an .itfrieufcural Eihibi- 
lion blended wilh Ibe Xtdiaimal, and wllb new In- 

nol wish to sec our Hall filled with Foreign pro. 

be changed, nod the whole managing arrange- 






(ien. A. Rfdinglun amdo a good di,'|>lnr .i" Ap- 
ia oed Pearn. 
D. JIcGowan, of Yolo, made a good show of 

Daa'l Fliat eihibited 15 varieties of Pears. 
Thomas Milgute a fine show of Peaches. 
D. T. Lnfkln had a fine show or apples. 
L. F. Sanderson & Co., of the River Bank Xur- 
eries, S.in Jose, made a vcrr fine di-pliu r,l i;', 

Hides. 

Mrs. Benson, of Benson's Ferry, eihibited 28 
dishes Apples; all very Gue. llrs. J. S. Friend, 
eitrn Pears. Mrs. B. F. Bastings, Apples, fine. 
Sirs. A. S. I., 3 dishes Tigs. 

We think Ibe Ladies rather heat tho gentlemen 
by their display in ibe upper Hull; and in tbe 
lawer Hall, their display of which we shall report, 
their Preserves, Pickles, Jams, Jellies, and other 
nice preparations, were highly honorable to them. 

The Hall below contained notable specimens ol 
Industry, and the Yard, Implements, aad lovcn- 



ew of l' 
r Ibal o 



f tbe 



. i.'i-M. 



Sis hi 


,] 


fyonngDurb 


imRt 


ck, of very su 


orcba 




r, Trom Ibe b 


rdn o 


f Robert M'D 


all, Bs 




of Glcnroy, 


ear Melbourue. T 






ur Durham b 


U-c.l 




noaths 


Ir] 


of fine form 


nad 


f great prom 


wo wbi 


en 


nd tiro mottled {Ibe 


pedigree; will 


cnmrk.i 


aw 


);a n d two" 

beauty- Ihej 


etlers 


TrfecT'ictlr 






h calf by tho 


'llega 


Koodoo." 1 


toek w 


as 


Imported at 


great 


cost by Thon 


enlc, B 


q- 


of Mnyfield, u 


ad or 


intended to 



The herds of U. U'Dougall, of Glcnroy, a 
ingnished Stock-breeder, aland high. Hi* fair, 
lull, "Hcgal Koodoo," was imported from 1 



[nek s 



:ivili?.aiion. Agricliu.e 1= .. 
,, and wus associmed by ih. 
, Romans, nad the Israelites 

I to Ceres, Pan, Pomona nnc 



irbnrism, and not till it 

i;r, c ,li-,rcbe;.n to nsiome. ii- r..-.il i 

inrisb; ihe sn,ls of tlli)U.*anil- ol' l\ 
evert sea; rich and profitable 

ojo cilie«— In Europe, a London ac 
■. buodceds of olb ' 



ork, with ,1 population ul HI 
The great West, which, sev 



nually SJO.000,000, pr 



unity, I 









In the United Slates there are ol li'i'-M i:,iiO0.C><Ji) 
ofhi.rsesnnrlmu[ei,e:|iia.il'il'.vc.rllii::iJ*i.iii]ii,ii'ii..; 
nMo, 2f),iiri(i,(!'i0 neat emtio, worth *:.iifi l 'inn,(inn; 
'licL-p. 2(i,fjrirj,fiiii:i. worth ?iii.i,(Hni,nrtO ; swine, 24,- 

n n o,i" i U, worth ?7-2,iJi.'",'i"n— onniitig in value 

-•-—ding 



This district c 
estimate the vulo 

cent, which canl 
ed, and you w 
of this district. 
rouble to pi 



0,0110 head of s 



"year S34,Utlu,UtlO of 1 
labor. The Westei 



■l.-.l if,,, ii, 



The Stock grounds n 
Show, and here wo can h 
of California; our litis a: 

by giving them to the po 



Tho Fall ot Onklnod. 

Nixt week, Oct. lit, begini ibe Agrieulturo 

Fair at Oakland, and we hope Alameda Diilrlc 

will unite and make a grand show, nod Sno Froe 



o tho best part of tin 



i great a'llentio 
entbutiaslic desl 



Bir Disvtiior File.— The B«y District Fair 
opened on Tuesday, 24th September. This Dis- 
trict comprises San Francisco, Alameiln, Sso Ma. 
leo, and Snnlo CUra counties It is one of lh t 
best Slock Districts, having some of Ihe vcrj 
finest animals in the Stale; it is also ooe of tbi 
best Grain-growing DlsiricU, and contains within 
it! limits some of the Dneil Orchards, Vineyard, 



bilged lo defer the furl 



i present year there will have 'been sown 
Hemp, Plni, Bice, Sugar-Cano, Tohacco, English 
Walnuts, Chestnuts, Oranges Bad Lemons. Some 

so excellent samples. Hemp and Flax has been 
grown to some client; Mice only as a Iriul ; Strgar- 

cellent success, proving that ibis will be a good 
paying crop; Walnuts and Chestnuts, ob well as 
the'Almond, arc certain lo grow well and make a 
paying business. 



Wei 



e, froi 



indKur 



s in Call 



no of 



the first Agricultural Societies was formed. Wil 
these advantages, it Is lobe hoped that the Ba 
District will accomplish lomtthing Cne to ovci 
come the loss of the first ulnbiii-.m „f n, L - ii.i 
Dulrlct Society. 



t TriiB.— We often 



Ihem. Some make appoint 
rs, but as olten think so edl 
count, suppotiog ir ibey or 
atyminatesor Ihe appoints 
end by thai louse plan tht 



rops. 



Disettv dp Pneii tons.— Two specimens of Pro 
rolom Plate were exhibited nt tho Sluic Fair. Ou- 
was ibo splcodid Cnlifornla-mndo Wore of Van 
derbllt k Co., of Sau Francisco, made to thoord. 
of J. W. Tucker, for the State Agricultural Soci 
ely's Premiums; the other was the Plale atrtad 
iron by the proprietor of Smith's Oardens, Sacra 
ly and deservedly won. Ui 



In nddition to this tber 
ace," a large and powerful 
Dlydo stork, of high pedigree, and valued Vdi 
afgbly, being in fact nnu of the best nod mm 
iromising stallions known in that section, an 
only 3 years old. 

Also, fifly Merino Sheep of very superior qun 
ily, said lo be of the Boost Wool in the countr 
The above were brought llere by A. C. Cuiliin 
Esq. PurtofthoSiockcjin be seen at Ihe "11, 
Fish" Stables, corner of Sansomc and Pine sireei 
and part at the Black Hawk Stable, on Pine sire. 

We herewith give tho pedigrees of the Durbu 
Slock mcniinned ubove : 

Tbe following bull-cake, nad" v'I'.li-Im.Vi,. il.' 

of niv |.nr.- Sl,.,i-i-[|.,r[, HI 1. I ]i.iv L - sulil I; > : 

Tli.,oi.i- S.-.il-:, for -lif|.ini-,n to t.'„lifornio : 



■■■ Don PiJro, rivh ronn, c.lvcil Angus! 2rlth, 
lBiai; gm I, v 0„liri,-l!i (■?*•!; d..m (Dnomi Bill.i) 
hv Soriliiioipluii i.r,7 > ; grand d..m (Helta) by V. 
Amburgh (ill) ; great grand dam, bred by 11 
Circular Head Company, from their English Sloe 

3. Caltum flntcn, while, caked October !St 
IBRD; gnt by (l,Ll,ri.:lli(5a); d-,m(K„te I.luod".-.) 
by Diio.lo-, (an): ^,i,„l,l,.„iK„i l .Bru— -•-■•■ 
II i-i,., -.wick fll>; grenl gran,] ,1..,,, ( [,,l, M„ll !„„„) 
by Moll. -oil's Boll |.Vi); great cre.t gr.,,i.l ,]a, u 
(Kelly) bred by Ihe Lie Gideun Stewart. 

4. 11°,. Royal, white, calved November 24111, 
IH.m- g,jl l,y li.i-.-.il ||,) t » ; (l...B'iM) ; dual |Jlo« 

11 ''J' N,>rlli:i„,|„„„ j;,7); g.aoil d.ini (I'li'eb,.-) 

by V.in Anil. argli ('.,7 , ; gr.-.,l grand dam, Cow 

l.r-.l by Hi,, Cir. alar ll.„.| (' ..ur, , [r.,i„ H,,-ir 

English Slock. 

1. mdiya th, Sai,„d, rk'h roan, calved July 

nil., IHV,| g'.ll.y |.,„„la- (.■■![; .tun ( W,],l„ ; ..;, 

lii.ll Hu'ick. Till, ll'eLliTl.M.l; 111., '"' 
nrllng Heifer nl ihe Blblbltlon 



IH1 

in annual ngricoltun.' 
Cotton, rtk-c.Tobiicc 

s Slat 



mtrSl, 

is of Agrieull. 
c when Ihe I 
it imperfeotl; 

to prophesy 1 



Tho 



the 


l-.-lV.--: (. 




nod mi i,i,i 


,-- 01 hi-li ami 












tho 


.lilfeieot- 


; From 


s .,[' Ihe m, 


a! professions 
31 notable and 


cb 


,.!., 1, 


ve come 


rom rural 


fo— from ngri- 




v . .) ,, 




lo the farm 


rs of this Dig- 


\'l 


', ill,- ad. 


.tion of 


ThTagdcu 


ono that will 


lit 


.l-lll 11,: 

yjlem 
ng up III 

ri|. '...«■: 


praclir, 
|, , : .-,--, ,. 

..oa.lii,- 


AgrTcuHun 
° good din'n 




1,1 


ebar.iole 






au.ic mountain 


II:, 


.1,1.1,-'-,, 


, 1,1.10,1,, 


il, ..'...-hi 


of =60 pounds 


r' 


■.'111, m,,,,! 


I. r."i\,ii 


hctl to the 


ere, barley ICO 



A. 1'. Smi 



rays I 



»ell 0, 



i tbi 



argcly and generously 10 all good 1 
Couktt F.iu._Thls coonty opened 



idabuseli Ner very favorable auspices. We IntoBd 10 give 
breporlof il, in our next, frompcrsonal observallo 



■ss; Ibis Society only unliaipated 
mtfuluri:, .....I this Hull, and Ibis 
ibiiinn uf fruits and Bowers, cereal, 

Who produces ibe largest amour, 1 




jur Eastern brL.-lhieo.aod ,1 



uiir 


oillioos, and other crops in proporiiou, thus 




iul< 




; 10 Ibo Slate over Slu, 000,000, when re- 














r*. 


01:100,01x1, bad. in ISDr}, increased 10 over 
illioo. FruiU.vcgeuiblei.biiltcrnnd cheese, 


noigbliur, and 10 lho,o living in other seclio 


sc 




lflSO.savcdunnihcr 810,000,000, thus ■topp.n.E 










ihu kind and quantity of joed nscd, and buw 






:;,.;;""' »"<..„"» «.. '«.,i». ,..«.,.■ 


tivated; ibo lime and mode of sowing; tbe 


UUI 


Incr 




And 


Wba 


condition would wo be in lo-dav, as™"plin- 
on mill wealth, hud our farmers been miners? 


irrigation; tho kinds and number of domestic 
mala, and the mode or breeding, Teeding and I 


'°l 




B, 000,000 feet or lumber annually sold would 


chi-e.se produced from one cow and her breed 








short, a complete record of the mode and ma 




"urn 


ulHelcnt; oursplendid churches, unbuilt; our 
truus and beautiful auburbau collages, BSc- 


«oard; i oVM^ager"or B "bel" £p°3 vis 


tisf- 



uus of our State arc ciclcrlo 
mgiByelinitslnfaiic) T theso 

ic farmer to obliterate all ci 


in-ldi-tothJ- 
1 be ibe sine* 

nit her Bern"" 


loouiiK-l, land. Small er^:n 
orally, of poor eolilvation-a 
ation In California. Creditor 

beyourBratouslumcrs. Ilyg 
n 26 tu GO per ccnl can be adde 

fr.1111 four lu eight million dul 


.udcullivalian. 
d to your pock- 
irs of wealth U 
r careful attea- 


i J'et, by negligence in eiiliiv 
id, by high sulhoriiy. that i 
nrs to repair Ibo effcels of a w 


ting and fcrtU- 

llii.t ills cfli- 

saiid'luillion"^ 



ill,: ,-uitile.o of.,i lr ]|.,.,,i i ',"il l .'' ; .|!.H.,im 5lar"»" 

H««Qtr.i,T Bitsisbss. — Aeeurdlng lo tho Yr«W 
Jouri.nl, the story of Ibe Ooas* Luke liMSaen 

to tarmeul . yoang man whose sweetheart was cool»( 



-^HB^O^lTiFOErNIAr^ ^^MEJR 



21 




Buy .A.11 "Sroxir 

SILVE RW ARE 

OF 

T U O IE E It J 



THE 



^^LiFO^IA^ABMEE. 




BASCHE & SONS, 
Dealers 



EDUCATIONAL. 



STOCKTON 

Female Seminary. 



ithbiawury load, though smarting 
with ibeVin ° r tbo ire,iiti l " b '< BpJ ' bnt0 
been moved to tears by tho cruelty infllclod upon 
these buml.li 
' Behold tba coils' cbnsliaed by nn ™S r S P"* nl ; 

may overt or mitigate ta0 dreaded punishment; 
but no, its voice i! forced by pain to only n cry 
of agony, »nd if it snlTors wrongfully, tho finer 

I and love will die oat from the ^"^^""X™" 



PIANOFORTES, 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 

Musical Instruments, 

Strings, •&<*- 



A. n. Calo & Co., Sew York, 

C. Meyer, Pliiladeiplila, 

T. Gilbert, Boston, 

Whom PIANOS tbey CONSTANT!.* kelp no hind, 

FOR SALE AND TO RENT. 



SmhiS&l^^ 




Pianos and All Other Instruments 

TUNED AND REPAIRED. 



ESTABLISHED 1SSO- 

AGENCY 

Or the 

Mission Woolen Mills 



knowing to whom they may apply for.bolp. Bu 
there iJ a brotherhood— long muytlicy tint ani 

■ eat bumariiiv n .-ilim lanfu:,,;;, whoso «ign o 



) pet tongue. 



e potent than if ottered by a 



■ .,11 fnr : ,'i 



t her the way 10 
■ Thy sins, though 
c"' She finds no place 



for repentance, no friendly r 

I feeling!, she' seeks' to drown her sorrows in tbr 

still, the pi.i^ati]' cu|>! II, what unheard ant 
unheeded B S n n =,d -.. ill .-i,.,,ily reveal ! 

The severe,! tri .1= ,:,( life or, iU cb as are born. 
J || M and in Ultra; those unwritten straggle; 



■• recorded oo enrtb-lbew 

of the power of truth whf 

■ ' ■' reins of the children 1 of m 

When wewalkomooRthe tombs of the voicelcsa 
■; dead, how we long to hear ooeo more those loved 
i, and fnmilio. tun-- m>-.v busted forever, no more 

, l i fall ge nlly up, 
when"-- 1 

! b£ri 



l-.-t-d -.i ii.ii ilit ;il»nl il-.ul. 



LlLU DE MoSTiSA. 



Literature— Wo. 4. 
Ediicsd SpEsaur; wos oao of the "bright j 
eular stan" of the reign of Queen Eliio 



pnir of P"'*^ B:J 

, abo nbicn-cii a ;■'■! of l,.,t>.v- rising, .i marvc 
of embroidery, t.v Mr;. I'l.-.-k-r. nuil in Hn- i^nn 
in Embroidered Kerddef U- Mr.:. Ai|il'""-' 
-, hnviog the appearance, of froit-worli. Thi 



the shape of a Coml 



of Fancr-wor 






ilt, which is comfort; 
Ye have not noticed a 
which we would like ' 



id. la one of Hit. Mi.-«-dU- 
cbild's oat-dour gesr, the i 

j, nod well worth an oinlni 



.„. l-.-i.-il .f.,ur..»l. b' t'-'lrr k WolU j The Water 
ra Journal, by U. T. Troll. M. D ; or Tho Law, of 
" bj J 0. Ja'ksori. M^ "J^JjJ £™£l\ni 

!ir .jnyVo hookaYy Fowler A W-ll, -r Dr In. II thai 
.[,.„.,, ,,„-,..- i ;l c.1,-1. il. ■ i,M '''V^''"'!'^!!,"™!," 



;'i''! 'm ',..' ; ' ;■'■, it. r 1...H, M I' . President of the 

1! i'l'lMtW J W[TI[,"l II.'t)iod.jr.toefthoIIydro- 

e.atli.- ,.r MyL-d.,lb^=|. a u^ollv^ ^^f",^™^; 



L doctor's wife attempted to I 
firs. "Ah I" said he, "tears arc 
analyzed tbctd. They contain i 



ll- ii!ni-|il]..,i 
nnd wilier.,' 

Tut Bio Jim.— Lilllo 



■t,-.| Hill, 









wnj bora, oecordi 

the ural year of the short itign ui ainryj as sue 
, : died to l&SB, Spenser was but five years of age 
*.en Bliiaheth begoo to reign. He was'eotered 
tiser in Pembroke College, Cambridge, in 1 509, 
ling bis degree in ISIS. While tbcro he forrncd 
tbo Bcqosinlnnco of nae Gabriel Harvey, who anb- 
leaoeeily induced him, afler residing with friends 
or relatives in tho north nt England, to return to 
London, hii birthplace. Harvey here introduced 
r him to Sir Philip Sidney, one of the noblest men 

'• Tbo Shepherd's Calendar," dedicated to Sidney, 

ralitjjiu well as love. Sidney and Harvey seemed 

I.! to impress Spenser favorably with the idea that it 

, would add to the excellence or English literature 

i to banish rhyme and introduce the hexameter oi 

■ tho Lalina into out verso ; but ho at Inst giro up 

Bj the Idea, and resumed the " Faerie Queene," which 

|l ho had before commenced. At this lime, Speoser, 

H who hid been employed on aomo ordinary State 

I*; missions, ictciv.J .i :„„rc imin.rl.int appointment 

Mil i B «™ Ur r " ''^'l <■<*>; «-i>" hod been .hosen 

! Lord Deputy to Ir,l,r,.]). After liiiog tbere two 

|.| years, Lord lm-y -, 01 't^olUd, and Spenaer re- 

1 *li> tnrned: bm ■l„ ! -tl r »[ U . r r .:ceiring a K mnt of 

land ill tuccuuM, „(.■„,]. ,- ?---■ B 

. ■ OByeeably to condition., and 



ipravity 

some external manifestation of IbeoldAdnm 
i, bia mother undertook to ciorcisc him by 
e of the rod. Little Irwin argued tho case 

i, you ongbt not to whip me, for it's the <hnd 

•■ ! so bad." 

i but I am going to whip tho bad 



io, ma, that will hurl mo a heap ■ 
Rill tho old bnd mao." 
Tbo boy was sent to piny. 
Smart Bovr. — The greatest nbjecti 



hnl.ili...-J. and Ihe Laws of Heslll . 

,.,. .,„.! ,(,■:. llvlr.,,..lhi.; ,i»l II,. •■ r.i.- 
:lj.;IiI hi 7 1 . ..- I'rulu.-i-.itj ui tho New Yi ' 



^ndoalionts- This 



roajb Phranology oi thoTieid, In tho way Dr Sioith 
If yon de.iro ao examination and to consult wit 



Hygeo-Medical Institution 

S.-i CHAil EKTO, 



t iikk-i-j m ■::■:-:- is a\vl#. ni 



n of stoay comprlm Two Deportments, a Pro- 
°THEaT0DIEdOfTllE PRErAItATOKT COBllSE. 

. llbrta lies! Read Ina. Arlthmodc, li. . iv pin .O- ■:,. :::,;, 
THE 9TTJDIE9 OF TUE ACADEMIC COHH3B. 

Al^pSm GeomrtTT Nuiunl l'l:ll^'i|.li> li'v i.-l-.. v. Hli.vo- 
i-, l"i,,-l'-.l «■ ..irci-'t, . . -,i.J CompcnlDD. 

Trl CO nonet rv. Aiirunomv. MaSuial'Dljloiy, Bo»ny, Logj^ 
.u-..LI'.-.-1-i .1 I'"1I.j.''|.Ii7, and Uump-JiUlDO. 

FolltlcJ Ewn-imv, M,..r..! l'l.l!v ,|,liv. Kfl'ltntcs ofCtllfcll. 
,i,|-i I'. i;.--L-nr, -, ..iv! ''■.mp^ltioa 

II,.. A„.::.-.,r ..nil M. .l-m Linc'inj,-.', Mmlc (IwlraraenrrJ 
„„] V... ,n. IJcwIng, Pnmilo^ond^Ori.iiiiBTilal Noedlcwors, 

.,..,, ■ ,, ,.., ■■'■ : ■■ 

\li vonnrLodlci Ifia •OtuaJ will bfl expected Io board 
with tho Prlncipnl. 

Classical School 

FOJt BOYS. 

We haio dtablbihed a Department lor Hoys. T ""^"?^ 
P* '"" ° Dr^CTilUJ CCiLLIMij, ,\.B., PriodfoL 



SANTA CLARA COLLEGE. 

TI1E TENTH AKSUAL SESSION OF THIS IH- 
.-,;„„,.„ ^.II,.,,,,,,,-,^ MUM, AY. Auji.iii Sll'h. 
The l,lan..,l ihitniclimi emr-r^e- I.T. reenluT Conrees- 
,l,i, L'l„- i .kal aoo ihe Ci-mmore.*!, I^^ide.- a Preparatory 



Bonrd and Tuition per sossion --■■ 

Washinr; and mendinr of articles washed, per ees 

~r., ii-.nerv. i«rsessli 



MH=>. D. NOBCROSS, 
No. 144 Sacramento street, 

Above Honwomory Hr«t SAN FRANCISCO. 

LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. 

«,B6.5w\«i n H:.'^ 

u|-.n iir.,|in : ll.o l.il„-ea i: i'riuiaoi .11] J t,c..t iljlv [[•j'.Ai 

"'l'l',',| t !-' i„.i vUitod the F.nst, and completed nil our 

.,rr„r,. •,-,;,, .,,1, i.illi It,-: !■,:.( m,r„ilA..:,i.r,i,:, (,( Tur-io 
|,r :l,..i [ i, i ,.r l ..ri,.l,,,.l,li,-,;,. .■!.-. :.:■ .il- -.villi id. l:.r,-.-l 
■..,.1 l„i, i.tI faeww el „ur f«n nnunlrv. Iht-rebv liavioir 
r goods come through 



Firsl-c!;Lss Walur-Care Eataulishment. 

iltro iliieuo i. trcaW in»m .iriilv liyuonie, and tiuly 



NATURE'B OWN REMEDIES ! 



CIBCTJLATION OP THE FAEHEE. i 
Wi have ollcn urged tho frienda of oni 
aid us in the Circulation or our Jour 
Old States, nnd Europe, so thai wo mig 



We havo often published alrnng Letters, from 
iriora Slatca, proving tbo good our Journt 
ling In making our State traly konwn In all 
tst rtaources. We now ask nf aU who fe 
:sire to bnvc nur State double her populat 



for Eiuigrnli. 
WlTU n (J 

r-iiii.ihcK.wi 



tiro tojnako tbe Heaonrccs of Call 

if ire could Circnlalo the CiitPOIj. 
n all the Older Stales, it would bi 



Genuine ElectroX'hemJcal Bath, 

^uet l Bh.uL.V™&°ofa1a. Uv^ 



|.|,.-i-ial ,i.„lel,. 

tho lablo nxcellL.., . 
plaawntly arrabeed 



•.laeentore tboy can (] »Do a fon neck, more- profitably, 
MRS. WKBD. sonoilWooHOOJaleoluror.snd torn 



r foci 



"lOlikoi 



rely for 



UNDER LINEN', 
HOSIERY 

UNDER CLOTHING, 

And all Goods In ou lino. 

MRS. it. NOin"!;"". 



LAWRENCE & HOUSEWORTH, 
No. m Clay Street, 



,nd medlelno Unless it bo 

ooli'.a;, if :.]-eriI n! thoCallc^o 3S 

K, B.— When thorn aro mora than two brothers, each 

Uso of Instruments in Chensiilry and Natural Phllos- 

l.bT, Voral Mu,i... Piano, Violin, anil Hr..irio.:. f-i-m 
tlr^ cLnrscj S*bw,l Em.lta are forniih.-J :,, -l-ro 

i'-.ir l„ril,rr'it,r,r:„i,i-.,i .i,|-lv I- Iho Prejidont d 
anla Clara Collc-r, .-.iiti Clan. CI , -r to Rev. A. 
laia-ehi, t?. J..St. L-Ti.iiiu.' (.'tiTirch. Marlsot stront, bo- 
.rteu Fi.orth and Fifth. San Froncisco. 2 



ECTJ-jSTTEE'S 
GEAIN SEPARATOE ! 



Wheal i 



re.] rli-in -I .-! 



OLD, SILVER, AND STEEL 
Spectaoles, 

'Iththo best quality of Glosses, and the celebebrntsd 
BRAZILIAN PEBBLES 



STEREOSCOPES AND VIEWS, .ETO. 

Pocket-knives, Razors, SoUsora, &e„ 

filled to Frames, and REPAIRS 



NEW GRAIN SEPARATOR, 
Patented April 9th, 1861, 

i;,.|i.||, ■ "il,-- .-. i'atl.:,. and .ill ,-.tll,..| ini|,alille', a 

..i-,.aul omlroly, loavine the Wheat io a pure as 
clean condition- 

I3MCKEA8ED 



TO PAY' FOR A MACHINE. 
The Patentee will visit nil tho principal 

-..,,„i,..r.li.-ri,l.-l. Ni.int a-,.„[, at e.,.-h 

isbibltonoofhliMss 



M A S O N I C_R E C A L I A . 

BLUE LODGE, 

R. A. CHAPTER, 
COUKOIL, 

KHIGHTS TEMPL'ARS 
In foil sols or fincle ret, far individual member., man- 
Slpfat'Atra^^bl^Xe's" ^^ " d """" 

j mil Oounolli furnished with Robaj, and nil 

Ci.t.uii ifilerle. tumi-he.l niib Costnmos, Binnom, and 
il other article, h:.l,.l,,i ni . lo tbi» l.raneli of Ibo order. 

D. NORCROSS, 

KO. U-l SACRAMENTO STREET 
Ahovo Montiiemory HreeL 6>n Vn..--r, ,,-;„'. 











nd we hbhevo we could greatly 




;sls of nnr Slate, by Circnlmi 














ike L. s lir..rtii. trulv.ind widely! 




















nnd la Koropo: 




"r 8 


...S-'5 


to he mailed separately, if , u ,) 


\ rr.li 




......to 

10 



Riding- Academy, 

LIVERV AND SALE STABLES, 



oimicir. JoiiKBOM ~ 






<T^DZ^X\t^"a^!u^T''r |.a-, ^ ';.'..' n 

ind durinj tie d a j, C1 ^ ,ecd, cl^iructlo'u.'M m™iiS| Icm K 



P. J. DEVINE & BRO., 
pr gi<( i cm 

K street, between Sixth and Seventii streets, 

SAOBAMBMTO. 



Orders ban the Country promptly attended to 

Meohr.nics' In.lltut B : lffi "" w 

BUY ALL YOUR '. 

WATCHES 

OP 

TTJOKER! 



lli.MiY I'AIIE, Nan_. 
■I I.KMnS, Sui,on. 
BAKtilt & HAMILTON, SI 



PACIFIC TIN-WOBKS, 



TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE, 

Plain, Fancy anil Japanned Ware, 

STOVES AMD STOVE FUERITTJRE, EHAHELBD 

WAKE, TTNHED IBDN WARE, OOFPEEMILLS, 

FB.Y.PAKS, BAKE-OVEHS, 4o„ &c. „ „„ 

llL ' I":,--' i,--..-,i ai ,..] r-.idj .in„.,l,. TI.'.'-WAnt, 

THE ITEW PATENT ' M I L K - P A N , 

OR -DAlRYMAlD'a DEL10HT." 
EPAI RING— Dune In s workmanlike number, nndattfe 



T rteh Liud, rompruinri 






BUY ALL YOUR 

GOLD ORNAMENTS 

OF 

T XT O EL XI R ! 



~t^ : bT^ ALIFORJSrlA. FABMEB. 



33 



THE V E It M O 3X T 

SEED-SOWER AND REVOLVING HARROW! 

FABMEES, ATTENTION ! 

i mmBf. « p»ir of hon M . «o perfom tha DiwmUon ot 
Seeding and Harrowing at th<J same Time. 

„ ,. .a.,,., i. ,b. ...i„ .r All Kims OF »™ d »^ a K^V b 4S* X.E™™ 

''".buSSsS "fS B IBS S"i0UI BOB HE 00.05 10 BESIKOY. 

IT IS SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION, STRONO, AND DURABLE, 
J„l,b.l»rl.— I»,li»r «.,l..Ub. „o..t «»•.» ■»■"• bl" '• ""■ 0-1" ■"•"Mr* »»>'" 



WANTED, TO LEASE, ETC. 

800 Acres Excellent Land 

FOE SALE. 

TRACT OP LAUD OF 




BUY ALL YOUR 
DIAMONDS 

OF ...... 

X XJ C I£ 3E R. ! 



-*- -*-*- J -^ _— = _. ~^ T _. * Aim stoc] 




HUCKS & LAMBERT'S 

CELEBRATED PATENT 

H & Xj AXXE-GRE ase. 

PLEASURE OF 
■Mmii.MiaFfI.nai. 

MECH ANICS ,T "iN STITUTE 

First Premium 
UNRIVALED _&XLE-GREASE, 

S. P. BAY AGHICULTURAL SOCIETf 
Huts Awarded them their 

JTix-st-olass JF»i-iace 

FOR SAME. 



I .u, Lirlb-lr. fr.Mi, II,- \> ; .1. „, .limine Ibclf t«W. 

and fir (heir SOW POPULAR 

II & L AXI.E-GREASE 

HAS MORE THAN DOUBLED DURING 1 
PRESENT SEASON. 
ad wbllit the Mnoaroctarsn nffof Iheir gnldal lb 

to.ll Ibwo rtlooJUO 
CALIFORNIA PKODUCE" 

hj lumia the 
WIDE-SPUE AD REPUTATION 
ittarlal bus ncqilrea, <■( beinic 

BEST AND CHEAPEST 

Lubricating Medium 

FOR WHEEL-CARRIAGES, ETC., 



^B<o J a.n.i>]M: J a-Tjsr's 

OHALliBBTG-B 

Yeast Powder, 

FULLY GUARANTEED. 



HOT SAT1BPACTOUY, TOE MONET 1 

KETUnifKD. 
or ule bj all Joblnri, Ind bj 
- i- C. WIKANg, 

:■'-< CtiUemU M 



>r Inlrodueod Into Cnlirorola 1 



: lAJjnEBT, 



CALIFORNIA FAHME8- 
List oTTMnti. 



Iloii-loriillbol'oH-ofOM.i. 










.VOLUME XVI. 



FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1861. 



NUMBER ■£. 



£jre ©alitatia farmer. 



thonld follow in tbo . 
led rights derived froi 
fortified oguinst all dangers 



■ USEFUl. SCIX&CE3. 



OOLOHEI. WARRBH, Editor 



PUtl LI SUED EVERT FH 
Ofc*-y*. 1M MtrnXftMr) •"<* I 

« dob of a™ new •nbicribon, • "l» 
To Ot} •nteeribert, delt™rf bj M 



Annual Address by Wilson Flint, 
'mill Eldorado Anricull-nat Soclttf, at tic El 
Jiiilion iiliot Eldorado £%, Sept. 13, 1S(1. 
. President sod Members or Ibe Eldorado Agri 
caliuri.l Society, und Ln.ltei and Gentlemen: 



i f.l'-^'" 



J progr. 



,g bet ■ 
of Cati 



by the tide of 
onUying region ■ 



■: Indian 



led Inirin thejongli 

rrenls which novel 

Indeed, this wboli 

HIT end desnlole at 

left within i 



J of hii lodge, nt 

bis nr path through Us dark defiles. E' 
covetous Spaniard, after a century of ci 
and rale over the simple nnlire whet (warn 
open plains which slrclcb along the sea, with nil 



hii hi 



it Li,:,: 



i of adve 



Kildi 



still ci 



mineral lands of Ci 
t every year, 



id to our mining popola 
ealous, and rightfully 8 < 



juliclnnds designated nsngric 
.ods respectively; makes it oh- 
al laivs applying to the firsi 



ci,,,,.!,.-. 
C„r.itr. !? 



nut be found 
Bslty for legis- 



ts! which shall 

vbicb have gro 

jineral lands of 

etolheSiBteofCii!ii<-mia,.ll ill 

and knows as mineral land;, n 

aotlbey shall be disposed of in s 

nner as our Slate Legislature should di 
st appropriate the proceeds to be applied to 
ldiog of the PeciQc Railroad in the State, t 
might have a practical eolation of a qnssl 
rost importance to oor people. Not only wc 
i extincliun of the Government lit!.; ..[H>rd 
orly define " 



would rest tbc proprietai 
individual, but it would -"--■ 
equal distribution of tho 



jutting hills by the nnnual 



landing. To theorlgli 
aecosiof--'- 



.1 the . 



eonBtrr would h 




wos 


of labor to etnplo 






localities aside 
Goverorucnt, as 


om mielog. Eve 
ally well inrortac 


a In 








IBs public doma 


a, has fallen into 


the 



reby practically withhol 



st regie 
noma 


n lying east 


of the Sacramento 
n ns tbc foot-bills of 


mountains 


that Iba greatest v 










IV id!: rolli 




the hi 


s to n D alii 


udo of 2500 feel, co 



,.. B _ breadth of sixty miles, and a len 
the Tejon Pass lo beyond Shasta, of i 

. and Sonoma, to say nothing of Sa 
erey, Santo Barbara. "" ' 



. ri -I 1 ■ I i j_- 1 . 1 which il 
grapes in Ibe vineyards of France. Tho mi] 
the grnoe in California makes Its appear, 
ing tho sudden changes of the weather, « 
gropes are in the process uf forming ibe t< 
is simply caused by minale quanlit 



of Los Aogi 
orange gro 



union, !■ 



k ihi-juiih ihe Coast Etango w 
eased at Sun Francisco. The i 
and at San Francisco is such, 
i, drawn inland by the heati 



nnel formed by 
he Solano hii - 
it sweeps nv 

rcontoVn'd Si 

la be deposited 



irtbcr 



dfrai 



■nilli... 



il,. ir 



nil t) 



anil Eouth, which make yoi 
breeies. Thus, your couoly is favorably situa 
for the most perfect success in all departments 
fruit culture ; for, let il be remembered, thai 
their principal supplies of food fr 



tirfl it.tporla 



.t t d j.ii, 



of tho I 



if; li 



e that (he foliage of a 



s of 



labor 



ccn opplic. 



surf* 



-Californli 
been far richer. Within the grnpe-pro- 
inge of oar ml on, there probably has 

ggrt-giitc of ii^c hundred lb.ni' mid inrre." 
:c diggings where the soil is entirely 



d the cos 



of lumber for dan 
ill be an added li 
undred million a 



f dnll.ir 



honor of addressing 
and if the crude Idi 
Infartberingtheco 
Hon to Hi- sources 
■ derived from the vl 
a |i r : i k half as clotju 
happy hearts surr 
thai my feeble euo 



imon object nf directing 

;in richness of yonr land 
ntly as the cheerful faci 



:nud Ir, 






i celr.bra' 



■njoy 



InUgc. Let ns glaace a tnomont t 
lie live hundred thousand acres in 
isi been stated by competent a 



(mi,, and build up c 
itier Sect would oppci 
.cific Ocean. 



of Yolo, Solano, Napa, Alameda, a 

evolulioniie even their present n 

ies for cultivating and harvesting [ 

crop? of grain. It is true there arc van 
red lands above no altitude of 2500 feet, 
yon may raise wheat, barley, and oat), o 

c.tiou oMuliur-iining iuq.lelnuiifi in 



on of your 
im-plovrand 



ringing back to your doors the i 
be world of luxury, ort, science a. 
Gold mining, as an cmplnymont 
crated those who have doroted li 



The produc 
>nscquenl il 



[iK'yI'a'n' 



ase nf- populntioo 

habits; nnd in ord 
ing consumption, 
lof tho grape -j "It 



inlpublit 
d of drugget 
;c lab to 'juices, of which the grape form! no part 
(t has been ascertained by meteorological ob- 
valioo that the seasons are becoming more cok 
.ntb of Europe during thi 






:„ 11: l,( 1- 



other 



o rapid expansion of 
ling the tr 
the chilly night 



:o Of tl 






ng noticed tho ellei 
rapidly developing 
ecdlo, du 



1 it s 



il Id li 



illy, r 



id tbc curled lenL Tho peach is I 
nated with prussic acid, and it ca 
marked 1 degree on a fungus leaf, t 
;s of which, being cxpnsod to B 
ire, corroilc and form an acid in a 
of elaboration. 

1« » MimitnD I 

Hurrah for the Buckeye) Btato 1 Good far 
Ohio I 
Wr. ash the ntlenlinn of out renders to tho fol- 
wing wise net of the Legislature of Obi 
We tbiuk the visitors to Ibe vorio 
ready held in our Slate could not but I 



■Learned Hals," "Dancing Monkeys," 
Iwnllowers," "Overgrown Flumooi," 
ibortions," together nitb "Gambling 1 
11 kinds, sought nut tbc best positi 
rovrded up and around the very Hall ol 



falurc. Ther 
ijr Farmer ore 
those that should bo gii 
hates is consumed in fooli 

wholly lost. 

As far as v 

a single meel 

1E , where tbo Hi 



3 ol 



o learned, thi 
, any of the A 
the discussion 



nd Stm 



if Agriculture. In all 
held on almost e 



■ i mil, n 






jOtd disci 



States 



fortune that our large imparts up In inis time 
have been sulij-.tl In ilnui.li: liii^lils; as, when 
vessels had tn take ballasl for a relnru cargo, tho 
expense of the voyage would be chur^niM, on tin. 

ontwnrdone, it l.iinu up ,.,,1 di.n il ships could 

procure return cargoes, the freight on our imports 
■.-.,1,1.1 lib tin: ij'uri' d one- half. Tho gold export ol 
California, ollhoogh enormnusly large in inirin i, 

value, Is insigiiiliom > cururuodity of return 

freight, and imulrc; a irilliug eip t >nditure for its 
ispartatlon from the slulcc-box lo the ban' 



.-it and familiar n 

• iheir past year's labors. Tho results 
ictings linvo done great good. Wo rej 
is plan could cot have beon adopted b 



1CT10S 1. St i! madid by lot Qtnv 

t Stole of Ohio, That it shall he unlawful for 

person to exhibit or show any natural or artl 

it or use for profit any swing, revolving-awing 
g-horscs, or whirligigs, within one-fourth c 
He of the Fair-Ground of any Agriculture 
cty in this Slate, while tbo Fair of such Soci 
is being held therein, unless such person shul 

Board of such Agricultural Society to make sue 
exhibition. 

Sso. 2. That if any person shall violate the pre 
isions of ihis net, be shall, ou conviction then 
if, bo fined in any sum not less than one at 
nore than one hundred dollars; nnd all moncj 
lerivcd from tho violation of this .net, shall b 
ipproprlnti-d to the support of Common School; 
Paused April B, 1861— [Field Ki 



BowinB-MacblnoB— Farmoia' Cltalo-Baga. 

O.ib of tho heavy items nf cost to the Grain- 
on d largo grow- 



er is the bags fur his Grt 
f Grain tlpcnd for bags 
; ufdollnraonnuully, the 



nags varjing 
enly cents each. Twenty-Eve 
.1 could bo annually saved by 
if Ibcy would practcle a wiso 

ys tho case that the; pal ol 



lous a g 


entsn 


ingwuuldbem 


ado. Ann 


her 


t siving 


imlfl 


bnmad 


by baving their 


agt 


tathtmt- 


-asav 


ngof 


t least 


w enly -five 


pet 


. Some 


may 


say ou 


wome 


folks ca 


not 


e Eve, le 












1 rhn 




folks c 


nnot, tbo 


oy» 




n A 


dif tl 


o Grai 


-Growers 


B » 




helnr 


ttesho 


Id "flit 


p nlgbw,' 


and 


k alnno, 




nishmc 


t for tl 


o sins of s 


m« 


nnd bis 


nJ Iho 




he is gu 


Ity uf to 
candle b 


un- 


n in th 


sock 


t nt tb 


o "midt 


ght bour, 


let 







am, is a mistake j Ibcy can live, 


and 11 V 


o well, ton 


if they will only adupt a wiso 


system 


nf Farm 


og. Ten cents oaved on each 


«gnf 


Grain is 


n important Item, and this can 


indnn 




sing Ibo materia! at the right 




d making 


the bags at home. Thr> lima 


and m 


oney spen 


in hunting up bogs, and then 




sing them 


at a late season of Ibe year, at 






, Ibis and other extra cipensefl 


of the 


like chn 


actor, nsing poor tools, Grain 


.adly 


leaned, st 


ring Grain for a rise, when tnle- 








sacces 


. Andil 


will be found thai a wise ccooo- 




irst— deep 


plowing, early planting, and on 




r-fallOK la 


nd, early harvests, well cleaned 






do bags, and quick sales nt fair 




-will ulon 


make Grain-Growing profitable, 


nod (B 
andru 

Teh 


vo the gr 


wer from loss, disappointment, 


MPU TITB0 


UT tde Pbbhious.— Tho contest 


which 


has been 


carried on so briskly among tho 




tors or 5 


wing Machines for tbo last few 




at all our Fairs, is almost over. There has 




rce rivalry tbo present year ns 


before 


and we 


olico that H. G. Hoyden, Esq,, 


Agent 


af Wbce 


er & Wilson's Machines, baa 




d a much 


wiser plan tho present year, and 




of spen< 


ng thousands of dollars for a, 


show 


t Fairs, b 


h.i i expended tbe money in £m- 


pre tun 


hi, nujc'iin 


i, making beautiful Com to his 



i of the pnblic, oi 
tval. By this m 
busy in prcparin, 
der, and if /«(. 
g-Hachlnesfastci 



and n 



o than 



Eldorado conoty . ,.., 

two thousand square miles, no aero of itl.kh I 
claimed unu..r a Spanish or Jk-iLcno grant ; hence 
Ihe nightmare nf endless litigation will never fall : 
npoo the proipcrlty of your people from this source 
as it bos done In many plr i, D r the Stole. True 

iwever, you labor oader a serious disodvanUgi 



Is of Wall si 






Were the i 



ixly m 






e glad o 
lelhnt Agri. 



Ibn 



it li 






o-lho I 



nf u 



in B wiihhel. 



a tbe i 



, entry a 



i of all tin 
tbo value 
is added, 1 



irrlngc would grid in 
ways, and fill San Francisco Baj 

claim Sluouayeor, the pro 



f itw 






i.l, luinc rt 
'■ '■' nearly impos si 
n each lands ns sbal 
)rd, which leaves yo 
■rigblanly. Hoirn 
ds shall not have ob 
isic value, and wbil 
cntto provo priori!, 
lefeltlntbeadjudict 



Of our mount:. in -.i I ■ 1 - T J ■= 

'loul It lo navigable watcr», inns r 
iloymcnls — tbe expense of which 
ulhu consumer abroad. Thr- que .|i(.r 
,1 an early day or tho gold .li,. ... , rv. 
vould be done with all tho C „|.J liV,i-, 
Olhcbullinn c' " 



.I:,;. ;'i, .,;.,., 

re chargeablt 



booths, exhibitions of fat child 
itici. 

] true spirit and Inlentiot 
sadly parvened: indeed, 
hlbitiuns and amusements, wh 
held, seriously iulurfero nit) 
Lectures, etc, appropriate an 



Tho Osage Oranga. 
Tins fine UedEo Plant is being hotter un'der- 
stnod and appreciated than formerly. It has 
been, in many cases, successfully grown, both for 
Hedge and far an ornamental tree. Tbe trnublo 
heretofore bas been in not fully understanding 
tbo Importance of preparing tbo seed when 
planted; it should be scalded with boiling water, 
to break tbe shell, and then planted early. It of- 
ten remains in tho ground Imo ytan before sprout- 
it bas been prepared as directed, 
oral fine fledges now in California, 
go trcos. At the Sacramento Fair, 
e seed-balls of tho Oaogo Orange, 
P. Smith, and also J: McfJIellan and 



:t by p 



n 



ao Osage Om 
Hour-Pubs 



efon 



Ing districts, 1 
ng oar' wl 



rved with Utile regret Ibat 
ilog was on tho decrease 

eat extent by tho Chinese, a 



■'. n GK< 



ild a: 



■a States 



sa— Will parei 
it regards Hcnllb 






t then 



lo this wilderness to 



Blossomn.lt 

landmark from'theTding memory o' 
or the preEent geoeralion (ball have 1 

vines and fig irets planted by yon 
have a value lo tempi the enpidily a 



e govern 



e it h 



ped isolated li 
guarding against having too 

supply would vastly exceed 

of tbe producer, and howen 
rplus raised, it will End ma 
ne. Indeed, in the loiter 
Itbfully said that the Soil a. 
. grape will flourish arc r. 



unlly peddled, u 



mill f, 



s by a 



■i.ilndlbcjc 
hands shall 



prise — Is shunned with co 
class, and all conditions 
volved in the self-inflicted 



od 'and dn 
.u of things, labor— I Germany, long "i 
sb and useful enter- tries, the culture 
mpl by the privileged pniion of much 
society become in- wbicb, In unfav 
iralyslB. ' entire vintage. 



producing couu- 
oont of diseases 



a great luxury, and should bo In every family ni 
common as Batter. In New England, Butler ant 
Honey are usually equal in price. Honey cat 

will go much further, so that: this luxury can. hi 
easily enjoyed by every family In our Slain. Wi 
would refer our citizens lo the stand of Mr, Rum 
> always ha 



nvcii Fbuits — Jelmib, Jius, stc. — 
>d signs of Ibo times that we notice, 
n tbat has been given the past year 
preserving tbe fruits of California. 
si attractive features of nil the Fairs 
nded Ibis season has been the na- 
tes of Dried Fruits, Can Frails, lel- 
all prepared in such an admirable 

all fotclgo fruits lo tho preserved 



too Industry" is now being well Mlcodcd to, 
reports ivilj. give a lint of Homo Hunu/aclurce 
,ls branch fully, and wo hope our cillieua will 
I always buy " Haine-SIado" In prqforcoto. 



THE CH1HIGCHISI0H. 
m /noierlaWff °/ 1*' Sou. 

n» „..,» «., ™» '7;. KS'i-'i™ 






stancctban Iheuiatcnul body. On this accnnn 
' lhev said (and many believe it at the present 

blood only; f- ;'P'.'';. .^"■ |l '; .' '" . '; ,,,'„ 
.aolher Ihinu.hU wind, tint ■■"'.';.; 
Tbe. body ^^Jfi%jf£ L„'°, Kr, 1 

2?Krtorr^lmi.Md\i°P- Jj'^jKw 

.„„1 hrinnr-iae lo Ibe hod; fr»rn • "■■ ...'■/■'" 



lion, nod particular importance to the body. 

They penetrated no farther lh.ii, ".,:■ percptt- 
ble to the sense, for the reason (but lb* lointa- 

,bey only m,L . t ..d.n, .1.. mueia Is of the 
body. Thus Ibey :'.re m it>-ri -h-l.-. lor tin J - 
thai when 'he body died, and m burn..^ yi 



:;:;.:/; ..rthe^ol^Lheyh^com 

'.,'',',( '"'m ,,.n.o.e, whether (hey " 
V r [„-,,,, .li.it.e, nr removed to any o 



.■i.i\-.I',..-n — I..reri]i.ii. 

lk-roil that if (lit deed i 



Hone. Tlit 
o nny one, 

rii.-ob.rly - 
,,,,.1 iimi.1 ■ 



ned. Deo 



ly by d( 



ch.-.pi-.r. ih.-.tib.-[ i-hmenlslh.,, ... 

Ir.-„a ilu,,^:!,!,!.!, were all torpore^, sneb^- 

del.tl.JI.rnv, that lhev were mnlerelli,!:. . but , 
Ibey relate ,. il,™;ai.J uo-.el .i'.e u unt ■. r.l.n- ^t 



ceded from dreams or d 
lomeonhcm, asibcy «i( 

adding olber convincing 



n, I Bill r 



■ . lu „u,?«teT.t n tUebo C o h ro"lh'e h i l 

d --!„■ 1,1.1., u,.lH,.,t,,,f.,r.l!v,:„ thing; ...,1 

J^.ir, f.„ ,!,e 1 , 11 l,..ly."bi [ li^(:.r..,-li.Jv. ,. ,i,,ly 
tbeir-,,,,, nrUuvvledgeuf Mi. rjlional soul, . 
cOBSeqacotty ofils immorUlily ; slill, Ibe vol 
or expressions-made use of in the tenth chapt 
relative id the moon, .re of opposing force— vi 
"thai, as the moon dieLh, nnd comcib to 1 

as I o'bicrveii in the chapter tiled, I ennool co 
prehend how Ibey understood it, nor cao I tbi 



eh figures 10 effect their brotal P»JP M «; ™V 
•iota was not confined to the, Indians io Ihci 
.il.en state but nrevoiled olio among thot- 
,n bad become christianized. I w"l «'»'* ".' 
currence of tlio klod, which look pMce '" "» 

hiSVlio? coiled""™,.' "Von" 'in .he ^riitf 
• a grove, they beard loud groans nnd l'.™<™» 
n<Ia breaking of the shrubbery and limbs of 
ecs -,hcn followed a voice, calling open her 
'^ «'.b^wOdId P b?moD. The poor girl, 

ifh^faceTo'vcred. '"she nu WW that he ™ 
..eh n one who hod died ot such n lime, and lh»l 
hinigcbin'icb confined him there. He told her to 



„rlt tu tin- ■]■'!! directed, 1 
j, h, ti.l .ind nfctrr.iin iii> 
,,,1,1 li.ul nn ,.i,e; hill in . 



g, "th«ta 3 be n«o.«-y "'- ../operly hi 



.Iti.'iw'imu'.i'n I" hiMkAlh.lenlle- 
"give bim that contolotioo tvbich th 
,,r Ilnly Keligion import to Ibeiieoilen 



'r d V h 1 LZ i th^et°. rl Th fr U itr,p.- 

",""'! i ,! f.r .1 >ve,k iii £i.n.n nei C lil...iin 1 ; 



TIh, 



e fiber 



m (be 



Frotectine Aolmnla from Raln.Storms. 

b««^^ l «^ i ^'" ,,lnl ' , * h ; wl, ^^ 

of roin in the Sum 






These demons" 



anger; "If lb 



„rdf. l""r 



II 111. 



elusion.! 1 ' Thcso ivete bis 

Tier lie ej|.iv.l, <■>■■> ihir.- ,.:..,-.,..■- ■ -^ {il - 

r'.Vliat'niii-l li.iv. l,..en"inv IVelinm! Such n 

;,..,„„. ,„,„ r „ ,„., r ,„:,,h„ „. ,l,e letter ll,e 
.,,(,!■ ..iii.vi.i ■■ Ptalot cidM 'i 'raialar, fold- 

,',„,„,,,.;.,., ,.! („£«(.■(, Jfji'/TJ'j..-. ;>r«,i.'or[i."ip-:ri- 



night. 



e thol i 



ased ' hosbnnd, i'bo rejoiced 
d loved each oilier vouch in 

irinj: ■..liLeli lime lie --poU- to her l„it v-.-ty L " lU - 
.d [hen In .disguised voice, faho went aooui 



might eat. On the third d 



in Ihe 



ling, rl 



beheld lue 31 ...,e- j.-.=u., ... .- - 

roediulelj to Hie Mi,-i<.ii, uliere -lit: ci 



end doing then 
was the euatoi 

another direclio 



jury; and on ibis ,'ireouril. 
■heaever the dete„=..l wet 
n Ihe bouse, and rebuild ■■ 



hefleeh. They a- 



Bgesb 



!d such a belief man 

.A in .ipi-u. 



lion, and ore frequently sung at lb 

TiE : " Lei us eal, for we shall die, 

■Bill be fini.-b.il"-" erd.: -imiliirin sens.- I* Hit- 
passage in llie iluly !>.Ti[.lur(:=, referring lu the 
einressions of Ihe fooli?b yoong men. 

Let lis refer no.v to some of Ibe sccoonls re- 
speclinglh. -cul 1 -:. inj-jj.,rr-dity. It i, ..ilin.K-l Ly 

abode of hi; li-'.i Cbiiuueliiiiiel., ".. ;urt of earthly 
paradise, rilled "i-Iw;-," ..[it.litiible, more p,™ p. 
erly, to AeJJ; for it implies .. ]ne..tim, h. l,iv ibc 

it m»den?e"f in their f-,'.,..-lii-iii to signify lb. 
abode of Silan. They believe. 1 il„iifbi„i ; -cl.i,.iel 
" resided In that region ; that Ibere nol ptCDtJ li 



There is unolber case which 1 witness 


d in 


Christian died, n, e Indians said th 












witchcraft. The deceased, in bis lifel 












lefi m a rehaive, at mime when Ibe pi 




iu blossom; but immediately everything 




and *-u= deitroved, so Ihul nolbing wns 




of.iiher cn.itinr fruit. Thcph.Qls.vb 




«ere fresh aud fruitful, llkr, the plan 








somj appeared os if ready to produces 












lodiaos said that the deceased ran 






il'.VW Mr. Ilenlyinlbo-J 
,1 ofAgricolture for India": 

s be'c.Hi'- l r','i'!V.u'l'''|- "^ " ^'^Intli 

, ,".i .,, ,,] |,i. Ii.-.,.l, dii,h.H it re,,e.il.iHy 

^i„s,ih US urfaecoflhe..aier,drit«iaEi. towards 

" : .;;, t : -,".,': ,',.' : t ~"k''~'V:^ ^ t- drj- io. ti»o 

nn, often in lengths i-f twelve leet, and WbOQ 



frnin the field, n 
ire boib of wool 
. Thcvigilantey 



„ ihe^prUe of pl.ild'shi.wls from England, wbi. 
nok the dealers by stirpnse, na Ibe cost was jir 

i r.:'!,':r,'.'i:°.!r;,^7sr,i:««™fis; 



nironls; indeed, they nppe" 






.led .villi V 



1 stormy duja uod nights 



p, or Connnoii satiM, from which we ] 
rite the modern term canvas, was koo 

Hi occasionally for cloth. It was found 
in Thrace, In Cnrla, nnd upon Iho Rho 
oius soys that garments were made of it by 



e that Iho celebrated ship 



..ihe Knell-. 



. In il 



t f India 



l-iiile 



ire of jiile employ nl icr 

,.,,....„ „,dow, snved by the inicrpos 
of England from Ibc funeral pile, but conden 

- furibc residua uf her days literal^ - 
lid ashes." The fine Hudl-jng-.-nipled 
rved for Iho cX|«rt irade, fur which it 

■e; it is made inin ernnny-elr.ili. wlii, b 
d through ihe globe, forms Ihe lugging 



_ month of 

nnd although our Sheep _.._ 

k8i we thought ibey ought 

„v .„ Ibe barn. Unl mnny of lh.„ 

,„ul feeble in confluence of the 
i after Ibem with 

Mlho 1st of July, 1SC1, (here .._- 

■mof rain, which swept iiwuy h- 

,,v. ."=t about Biityof his choi 

ougli they hnd been ebcnrr J 
■,. ihe Sturm earac on. I li 

un three hundred lost during 

It is infinitely belter for nnirouls, lu keep tl 

a sloblo or shed, wbi 

itbful of food far ttvi,... ~ 

illow Ihom to b* exposed fur only t 
_ slorm or cold r. 

always careful to let their. -.. 

shed, if ibey needed it, not only in Win 



ions, and finally i 



■ voyage 






The li.ng stems or Ihe jole are highly 

: India ; ibey r.;,,[iil:.le « illuw K-imlis, ,..t- «.«»i 
, lir ba,ltcl.wnrk„nd fencing. f..r tr-lli- -worl: nod 

'' l '? r ...^^..KJ„.... uf|lc „ lrL .,,|- l ;„,,,|„l„l.. 

India 10 England fi 
The export 






but, un lb- 



dill ...-"ill. 



„«, revealed to them by en '< 
owned Ihe odjuining gnrden, and 



pleased, and teleelcd Ibe number of .-..- 
wished." The reader will compare this helle 
wilh the dneirine of lb.- iiiiinerulily of Ihe soal 
IlwaSlaufht by llie nunh-rn--, ut,d.inhl„lli-, ,m. 
lince ibeir conversion In Christianity; for the nh 
men at Ibe lime of Iheir gentiliim, had no seel 
idea; to confirm which, I will relate ibe follow 
log aceouol, as il was given lo n,e bj a fem.lf 
who bad betn many years n convert to Chris 
liaoily. 

In llie vear ISH, ill llie )ll.i-i.ii, of Si. Juan C: 
pislrano, I visited this wnman, who wa, reenvet 
log from a severe attack of mnlit-n.el f.ve 
■""■in in the worst stage of the d 1 ™-- 

: orpnroiysm, fhu r.id, Ihul ,. 
Indian?, her relatives, carried her to l.'hiiiigehl- 
nlcb, where she beheld a grenl number of men 
nnd women. Some were d. living, some |, Living, 
and oihen were bathing io a elrtam of pure, 



SabTlndian died 01 ,l,,mt„ 



uiiny-clnth from India to the Dnl 
imcytarnmonnied to several m 
Why should not ibis vnluahli 



Of pic 



eally i, 



aillcivere left fori 
old storm. Cold I 
.oJthnd, but Ibey (.- - 
cringibem stiff and l_... 
met severe cold, which many ti 
luee catarrh and glanders. 

Young Calves nod Colls oflei 
rotii eiposore to cold storms, 

ipproprit.lcd. "A merciful mat 



le held 



.il;.- 11, ,r 



Work- Bulla. 
Bulls might be made lo do i 
expense of keeping Ibem, 
respect be the belter fnr i' 



cffeciuiilly "take tho com 
render Ibem safe and ma. 
Inbnr. Mr. E. R. Andre 
owns the imported Ayr-li- 







ipfrnm inTgnifioane" hit!, r!J,^X\ f m . appiV-Vai'ii.-if"!. r'd", , i'.'! 1 .,d','" :, :;;;;i r) ; 1 i l r r : ' ';;,"" '" i '' 1 " "/''"■'' "'■"'■'■""■ , ' "";' "',"";;..-'''- 

e, aodisoow amuug the chief expur.a of 'ol Ureal li.imia- yd nearly , il «|'rn.g .. I,,i of uboul ISO acres ...lb coffee l« (t 

fraat umair,, yet Henri, ,, Iblrd of iho value [Polynesian. 



J.,i„,d L.g-lher with on, 

g ..nee of Mr. JI.il 

rt.-,,t„r ■ Portuguese e«t™ 
will for tbo ci 



■^^-c aliFoenUf XembkT 



■>'S:,EVi.^:.-S;s^'-5 : 




(tanning <w ■■- -. --■-■- .. ,|„ nr u i llic 

iS^r-gS'E W'i-'SK^ DHIOH FARM 

by dislodging the Becs^soon .ilt..r . u.. ^ ^i w 

i£%HEi"^*™~*? AND PLANTATION 

are accustomed lo thus searching for her. ^Ob 



:,: her. the Bees wi i ■■" 

d >,-.,-, ll.ol.iv,. from v:hkh lh".v 1'f^i! 
The ohjecl of — 



.would be in danger 
t of tin BbundBUco_oI 
c fact Ibnt they can- 



j reach tboi 
encsce Former. 
Lei our Apiarian 
iggcslions. 



— [T. B. Misbii, in the 
oto of tbeso cicell 



TO FABMBKS, 

Stock-Raisers, 

—AND— 

STABLE KEEPERS, 



PACIFIC 
FRUIT MARKET, 



,-g& OUR UUtAMGEBEHTS ABE NOWJOt 

}£0X,T. !'■'. ,'. 1 .- t .,"!! : m!.. i i. , v-'li^irV«" 1 



IR JOBBING DEPARTMENT 
WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT 



EXA!HI»e THE MIIA 

IE ADVERTISE ABOVE. 

,, ■ :r L ,g OF NO ORDINARY CHARACTER. IT 
TB18 HILL ri «Jj AT WJ . CLA iu FOR IT. 

THE BEST MILL 

EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. 

These Milla Were Awarded the 



HOTELS. 



Union Hotel, Sonoma. 

JWB. EBENHARDTA GLASSES, II AVISO 

■■. '„.,..,, ...| ibo 1-:>'I"-- II'-'TKL, of Ibolaloprc- 
;:;M i.ioi Mr A. O Oakes, an prepared to *!«• 



Heating <«"* Llshttog Cldee. by tho Power TOU ARE 

s , Btopl , [; C^ ^reopto PARTICULARLY INVITED TO 

need lie.™ no anxiety in regard lo the cibnustiOn - - - " 

of Ihe coal-mines, for long before that wns effected 
some cheap mode would be discovered of decom- 
posing water, odd this would supply an unlimited 
omouot of fuel- This prophecy ia already necom- 
plisbed. If all tbc coal-mines in itio world should 
aacously lake fire and buro up, -n is now in 
... r jwor of science and nrl lo extract boundless 
quantities of heat and light <™£^= £"" *™ 

-. a ^comp3!wiih9«V™i;^ iu r ; e cc ^ c ; [ p! 

'^511^ PREMIUM! 

■■-- f or the purpo*.. -i '^''J'; 1 ;^- ^> u ° x _ I stato Pair at Sacramento, Bay District and 
I b , mcchsnicui power, Mechanics' Fair, in 8 an Francisco, 

and at the Santa Clara Fair. 



WIHSTE! 

: CELLAR 13 ADMITTED J 



RECEIVE WISE ON STORAGE 

OTA FOR SALE, 



SPERRY'S^ HOTEL. 

^^ Tnaco'uubDIODSFEBMROOBBCrLB- 



je-l.lylo, 

Ty' 1 «" "« n c»™ sit i.^ rTiba 

i jmnwement of tha Damtitlo 1 
Ed The %"".%3tiffi &"$$*$'>>* lhB Utd " 

dBiijiujipii*d" !1,iil 



aee™n,odslion for their """ ^'erry i. PERRY. 

PRESTON'S PLACE 

Tomales Bay, Marin Co, 

I WISH TO IK FORM MY FRIENDS AND 
■ lie, that ih» demand r " ^"""^ '^"^ 




11 -r» TT T TT I iianler. drive, over a (nod roaO. inrouso a una '"'"'"• 

IT* 1 nonotry It »ill bo n pleasure to eadoavor lornakr, 

Commission Dealers. y« >■"'» B S re CB bi a . B . j PB eston. 



G UHDER51GNED HAVINO BEEH EN- 

SALE OS FRUITS 
,t Four Y..M, respectfully mill 



ufroui 



Ull 



Prult- G-ro-cwor e 



SS5, m S 'ibrfleEh Hell-Gate for 

,l„. ril ..,|,:i(]ic:il t.,1 .l-iri'.-U. ( .iu,.u,c, lur v.U,, 
,- u .,! milI lLL-hi ;.r..Tf.iniruJ ii. iljis ciiyl . 



.■Bgmcs ma""""!'"'"". Ilnd 0Dr dwellings ^jb' 

,v,, r [[...-! -r.il liill.t.-.l. U.vtl,.. 1 .,T i ....L ! i-.l ..r.J uii.Ii 
■ ' Nug power of Er arilation.-[Seien. Aner. 






.3 FOLLOWS! 



:; .^(1 sine, ond need do doohling; — 

»nd EilKcinllj- ibe ibird issues, are rrt'iuently n 

Kl?trm3 that come out st ot obool Ibo now linn 
■Llhr-vo found tbot enorios m»r bo jniucd th 
same O^Y I'.-' i"-je. ^.tuott an) fighting; an 
■§' ..„ u ,ti n c3B tcot.oQ for tbc mwiery tak« 
Kl act till »ftcr !Ue fourth day, nhco tlio Qnee 
*" has con. o; -cJ toying f EE*- 

Bhem Eennralely,^ t boy com u out; aod if Iw 
r issue the same day, 1 join them at CTemng as fo 

lows : 
^F Boob after snodown, I take the weaker swnr 
Kit tbt l«0, if ttero be Bay dilTcrcnco io tbero, ar 
^Earrj it to the stand of the Ewortn with which 

is to be ui.U'.'l; btlure which 1 sprtatl a sbet-t 



Prottsior Horafora's Hods of Frciemng Cidrjr. 
Ws hnvo bcea asked so many times to reprl 
thoeicell 









lomplV,' says 3 au e^hange. ' We bavo tried the 
nriment so as to snlisfy us of its value, and 

I,.. ■'!!'',",''!.. . ,!.! il.- . i^'-ir .it an early bIhru of the 
f,rm.-iiUli'>n. !>l>d 'l"J iulphilt -uuli nll-.-fwur.!-, 
id in souuvrbj'. liLr Kl :r<|.i-ni:ity ilio h>.ru r^.iii- 
ended The sugar- makers odd the sulphite as 
• Dr. Ure says the 



Hill complete, with Bolt for Family 

Floor ----- -$150 

Mill complete, withont Bolt - - 14U 
Extra Grinding-fiRTfacea, per set - 1U 

Greene, Heath & Allen, 

SOLE AGENTS FOR 

California, Oregon, and Washington Territory 

alegars. KEEP & BRIGCS, 

PHOPH1ETORS OF THE OLOBE FOUNDRY. 

STOCKTON, 

,BE OUa DULY AUTHOniZKD AGENTS FOB Till 



$AH FKAf CISCO. 



SEED, PLANTS. ETC. 



xjjviot^ HOUSE ! 

Corner of Main ana Center streets, 

MOSBLTJMNB HILL, 

Henry Atwood, Proprietor. 

TIIIS SPLENDID TRREE-STOBY STONB 

SPLENDID BILLIARD TABLE ADDED. 

ThB Diulos-room 

^"^^^^"b^u^^J'r/Voppiiedwiih 
P ^K U »r!a,lorl 6 BOd"ha l rnherjba.e all been lhorongbl r 

iiits (event- "~ ■ ' 

The Stoe 



L°^nof D f U fj n east Jr^Tdaf "riiVfo 



■WIki, Hit" eider in tho b: 
lively f«n-niBtl on . ada its ( 

.villheui 



.nodH I..H !'-■■! 



high). . 



er the 



: edge o 



•secure.! ibi.n- I.;. h-'II ''lo ; :l;, ...f ■.■.■,]„.] ,u Lii-.- ■ 

BftVVlvV in"'froiit' > aa ll, lMn L high, while the b 

™uwd C i»'ironi'°o M 'ioalltfw the II «, i„ .I,,.,! 
bive I.) Liif.r ,:,,.i.!lv, v.l,...hv.-, 1 ul.l ijmL <•■-■ ti:.- ■ 
if llie l,ii\- v.U- r,..n r;. ]:,...!. 



CALIFORNIA WINE! 

O A. K X». 

iS - bC L..B VltlVABtr L |ABMlet0.. 1 C«l,i 

TiFISfl OFTEN APPLIED TO UY ACQfJAlN- 
i»E n a ' ±J TA ri f |°J ^J-^ 

'1 'then ndd ii d eii''' 1, '•• " "" " , ' ' nl nn ouueo elH TfllANCISCO. 



To the Seed Trade 
J. M. THOEBURW & CO. 

13 Tolin street, 
NEW YORK, 

GROWESta AND IMPORTERS OF m 

^ VEGETABLE, 2& 

Flower, Field, Fruit, 

teee'seeds, 



ane BU »e. a,. ...ire and denartf^ tt. ■■! (gOVf 
,,,, ,, r t |,^ ^uminodotloa of tnnelors tno 
kertor*0 1»nj|.ht ; _. | _ bto[0|f cf |h!l opyuian l0 ,», 



: rj^.olhevailoni plac 

i Ihe Ea,toro portion, of Cab".-. 
,im will bo sraroti to moke then 



Mokolomns Hill, Mny lllh, 1 



1TENRY ATWOOD. 



io ensk-, and giving it a t 



.,ll,i 



udJ-d I. 



onged u 



. t.i-.Llll-.l ..■ 



I ihei. di,l*d|i'! 'be Dees in the other hiv< 
Lsudden rap or tiro on ooc corner upon the 
,oi gronnd, and thuv fall in mass direc- 

fr.i„i nl' -At- lii-i i..,:, l.iLr.ir.- t 1j l r.vurm Willi ■. 

Ibei- ore lo be j...iNi.J, .isjd ili--- ii'A-i ;n.Tii,.|;..i.l; 
eommene, mooing up the s hcot and into the hive 

I 'Tsonfeiimea ral^e the lower sides of the sheet, 
aod Ihrov.; the m:.,; of Bees against ^.J 1 ' "^} 

ili'm'"-"'. '".'■''ll.i'. \"ilV!iil 'biiv.'ciil.-i.:.! ia 'ii I '■'■■.■ 



ling dislodged as obovi 
-whkb is a good ptoo 
able. The dead Queet 

alon, surrounded by i 



.... days, forth 

from the cask. 

"Don't mistake solphoto of lime, which i 
lotnral produclioo and knowo 0) Plaster of Tu 
bisulphite of lime, which is a mnnu fat-lured 

irl,-, ,.nr] io worth by (In- b:irr<:l nbuul .!■! eeul. 
...Hiinl.nn.l t)J Ibv cwt.:ni..-..-ii>.,,.i[idl.v Lli.- -ir.|.:l;i 

iinion it will befound 



1 to a Ihird om 



SAN FRANCISCO. 

My Solo and Exclusive Agents 








of July. This 








1 ■..,■!■ Il.l 


of the white -el over 


crop, may re- 


m'„ l", 


of course, will un 


crstand roe to 














jit through the wn 


er, should eon- 




. least, when in a 
















arts store 


ue-half as roncO b 





*noa.— Wa lenrn with pleasure tbo 
inclsco picket*, consisting of the Van 
kte, Comet nnd Speedwell, ure benctrurlli In tuti 
tooneliue, under the nij.icjuv of Me;fr5. Wil 

( |,-„ I;|.:1,:1HU ,t CO., ill llur.0l.llN, Ull,l MH,.T: 

M.-UUI1- .'; Merrill, in Sir. Fnmci -to. S-.ui 
hmiK-s in llieoivri-T Iripol il.t |.,i.l,i-r, h " e I...-.- 
iade, Messrs. Wfltermun 4 Co. having dispose 

11 hoc salleu, aod two of them have long bad II 
eputation of being the fleetest and most popult 
iBisenger packets in the Pacific. Under or 

,i... ,,,!.-, nuiil,:!. Ii..-," Ii.-,..' r, .:.■.-, l.-.n l,r..u-bl,lb., 
ill , Hl .l...il,l...llv I-: ...,|.]-i. :!...] miieli m. .n- to Hi" 
„u. r ,.-. ; li of liar IMdinpsiLid IniVi-liliiJ public, and 
jo made (0 pay a fair profit as an it 
riicr" i:; ir.i'l'i i ; riuiii.-li nov= to keep then. ».. i™- 
..iniini r.ipidly "■-' tli-y ■:■". lill up: Lut villi i"..'..l 

'.".'."■^.'".'niT'lr^li: itilli S"a l"r..n.:i-eo must COD- 
.ii.,il-,'hi. ri'ii'i. For juif .Hiircrr, no ]iacketB in 
,,„.,;„,,] („„:.,,, ii„,r,..-,or„ l .„„l., t ;.,a,,u,,l 1 ,„>rn 
r...|ii. ; ...ul nL.eniix, oilmers lhao oor Son Fran- 
,.]..,-,, lint-llial in. if ■•'■,■ ".ay ji.nlfe from the 
|,r..i.. ,l..: l .-.v.-.l.,.if'.'|.'-.ii.^^il , b.ii,d Puly.by 
those who havpvo;.-,!-,-.! vitl. il.-:m. From per- 

lor.ilv lo in.lj:^; hul wlK'O we fm'l n sp-irt- her 111. 
goodly Crowd, and nulli.np; il : " lo 'lo, « '■ li.'.ml 
■i jump aboard and sea for oorsclves.— [Com. Ad, 



For thn Stale, . iC.I. !■;;'■ i-. b ( - 
VlVt.Y Mil' load that Ihejei. 



NOTIOE. 
IS CONFORMITY WITH THK ABOVE CARD, 

be i ■- are Informed lhat we, the .tib-enUts, havo 

-VCTlai© C3eXlc».ri3, 

Noarly opposite the Railroad Depot, 

3?XJI2,1E AVIIVJES! 

CONSISTING OP 

Port, Angelica, and Wbite Wines 



FUl(CIlA9EIU OF 

Flrst-Olase Seeds. 



DOWNIE HOTEL, 

South End of Durgan Bridge, 

Hevade, street, Downieville. 

W. M. DOWNEY, Proprietor. 

MTVITn INCREASED BUSINESS. I HAYB 
onlar e ed facilitlos for Bcoommodatlni; ml 
S Tn'o*ilotol ha? jait been painted, papered, and 

added to the mual number. 

Rt-DUCTION OF PRICES: 

B™dW::l.t,I*:»^' ■■ « fi Kri!o 10 .^ 

L ^Li^rS-c^:-::.v::r"-' ! ' " 



""hVm!'i^'.'u'i"i,mORB A CO,* 



SEED WABEHOUSE, 
S. "W*. MOORE, 

IjMljP'OJEl.TJESjrrL, 

WTIOLESALE ASD RBTAIL DEALBR IN 

Farm, Garden, Fruit, Tree, 

ASD AQniCUtTDRAE SEEDS, 

Frescfi PE0HIE8. Hyacisths, Glatiiolah, 
LiijeB, Tulips, and othorFlowMingPlunta. 

No. 110 California -street. 



THE VERANDA HOTEL, 

Corner IHaln and Cburcli sta,- 
IONE CITY, 

AMADOR CODNTY. 

j^j. THE L'NDEHSIONED, PR0PRIETOH3, 

iiH don't that they will maki 

S^/fwuTs'ic'rtmont-. to all too Mi.„. - 
' i ',' ,. ■ .;| ( ; -i ;• I I - " rl... :,r rb"n M..U-I. 
,dtothe BIOiHB1 «- D ! y'j,BY;* COEPIS, 



PRICE REDUCEDI 



HYDRAULIC HOSE 

MANUFACTORY. 



SEWED WITH FOUR SEAMS, 
For 15 Cents per Yard, 

aUiUlAliTEED TO ETAHT) ' 

SO FEET FALL ...... «n 

THE DOCE, WITHOUT 



ST. GEORGE 

HOTEL 
On ^ 1 «z>ixrtla. Street, 

Between J and H streots, 

.SAORAMESTO CITY. 



, u ... one tbey would bo J»-. 

ton ol this Is, that three united 

— ' out to the Bel 1 - " ■ 



re.|uir;j a large body of Dees 



FIRST PREMIDHI AGAIN, 

BEIKO THE 

SEVENTH TIME RECEIVED 

Against All Competitora. 

R. H. "VANCE, 

Comer of Montgomery and Sacramento Sts.. 

BAIT' FRANCISCO 




Warm Springs Hotel! 

Near tlie MtHNlou San Jose, 

23 M1LEB FROM O 

ly-jj-r-, TQI3 BEAUTIFUL rLACE ( OP_lM!' 

i., ,i. ■■ ■■ ■,.■ ii.. LI ....■■■ ii '■ ' 



Havior-Bisaln received the FIRST PREMIUM ',','. "'1.7 H' iu.-U'h... . .,:.-,.,'«,lj pauouliod ft 

B-arded attho Slate Fair forlhe BEST AMUi:,. I Vl-i:.-i ' '^^^I'^ZT^'lVi I nlea-lTe-.tTerllesn^emm. 

.uiJ pilnroilliAI'IIj, it Ii i-,iAr.i:ii-.i-.l tU 11 .ill --ho , „ .,. ., i,„i„i -, .... -., . .... 1 ; ;;' 1 ,'. "."■■'';■'■ ; 

cm I,.! 1 r-..|u:..'i 11! any t!!,, jr ,,.-,, C: , ,„ lli'.- Srv.j. I s , ,,,.' „," : i'|.-i:L or'.'l. r ,!,■.■ In ■!!■ n|- '■■ L '!■'■ : 



irk than over, at mnoh REDUCED PRICES, Io coa- 
rm to the limes. 

Uavine roducod ray prtees moro than 30 pet cent, no 
.oneoil bereaflor go lo second-rale eilabllshunats on 

Iaitruntloaa clvon In the art, and stock fumbhci! 

:,,'■„„■ -,i-.T :■- -■--■Till .If Cim-tll-, I.1I.VJ. PIMM. 

ve- andOLuirii.-.ih. '.ri hiind and 00 the »oy, I ttmll 
ireaftor dlsj«so of tiero at about Nan 1'ort hi... .; ^ 



BTJTT A.T.X. YOUH 

PEARLS 

OF 

T TT C I£ OE H ! 



i','. 1 ['i , .|" ! '. : I ■ir'll^.j'r!!- 1 '^ jy'Vl-'V".''! Li'r'i.' ='l |.!"i I li,n'i»lll , lM> ■»£ M 
'The T.blo'u ■upplled with orery dellciey wldi 



Jebb's Patent Churn. 



rpHISHEW PATt 



W READV TO ] 
calBj.ai.d Dairy- 



,i,o-' i--h.ni.. 1I..1. I', ..ul' I 1liii.l1.jf, TtJoy 01 



28 



THE CALIFOENIAJAEMBE 



ffijfi teifema ffrott. 



•special attention. 

Look la Oor Spsdnl Advertisementa. 



Buek-Fuiu, Orclris. * 
[Lull or for Bite, ill iron 



Tbo Honoy-Boe— lu aticooM. 



whether It bo Grah-Growhg, Win' 
■Raising-, Orcharding, or the lab 



h they were wholly unacquainted. Wi 



Cnliforai-i AErlonltoral Fairs for lB6t 

Tbe Annual Fill, if the Suit, District, and County, 
Agricultural Eceieliu of this 61«W. »* "it curat 
year will bo held u follows : 

Jl^e*. tWi, i~Wj--At Oakland, Tuesday, 
Oct. 1st, lo Stn. ., „ . a , i.i 

CtnUro CkiK. G>""'y Sm'"J— At P«l>™. 0««- 1M 
"/T^aocMt «,«"y oWrly-Ainydesvillo, Tuesday, 
OcLSIh. 

Fain In Oregon (or 1851. 

Shut Sw«iy— At Oregon City, OcL lit, to 41b. 

(/■nan Fait*? SMi'rtJ— At . Stpt- H'f>- 

rJ3i« Cbioiry SwrfJ-At UeMInnvlllo, Sept U\b 
^rJUO.'^.^SMrfy-AtCort.llKOcLJd.nn-llh. 

j„, <w-y .-■-■-■>- i:,,- rl;[ niy.o ; LO. B .odioia. 

Vjt,'™ CWlv iWi'lv— Sjfcm. OCL Ufa ana l.lb 

in-_.ii iv..r.r- _.--.-L-iy— HLIl.'bMiJ, O.L llilb. 

■» Sori-lj-O-l. -3d and Mth. 



TO OOBBEnFOrrrEHTS ADD BEAD BUS. 



order thai wcinoymakb 
Oor Reports, too, are i 
will bo given i° 8*>od li 
tpondenee is also deloyi 



irilj short, jet nl! 



.rL Wo koc 
it Scott will . 



icific Const, it Is really invalual 
■ witb pleasure to the "Letters 
Mary Merrill. They ere valna 



callers has delayed then 



Home-Made 
t the people of California 
itoining Homi-rmdc gattdt f 



year, and heo 



ess- me 


a, who 


1U ll 


ndily pa 


Ml qni 


Hypos 


cdlbc 


crma, an 


The Hnney-Bce and 


Boney-Ri 


liming 


a legll 


mate 


orm. II 


Hon. 




10 d the 


"Work 


ng-Be. 


1 among 




leApia 


inn, h 


9 the B 


nd "t 


biokt 


oy are 


doing we 



ic Stockton 
a af 3 lock- 



Ian exhibited a splendid polished Hivo of large 


eloquent addrcjsea that we ha 


sixe— 3B inches square— a Laugstrnth pattern. 


hope to give it to our readers 


Over this sqoarc Hive a case was throwo, to open 


dress was replete with eloqu 


with two folds. This first casa rested npon un- 




othor of larger aiie, Irom which apertures were 


Nature's text-book, that it mn 






goblets. These were arranged around the large 








Hive, frames, and Goblets, had all been filled. in 




jSre vaki with pure white Honey, weighing G01b3 I 








Bugnr-piae body and redwood lap; u double case, 












is found belter for the Bee, as it aids in the early 








by this pattern. Mr. H. had oo eihibilion, also, 


Wo were much Interested in 



and 100 cake; of 



■ twenty-five dollars per 

sevenly-fiiB cents. Mr. 
swarms or Bees in good 



c stands ofMr. D.K.Wood- 
u in a Lougslrolb Hive oi 
i us Mr. Hamilton's. W< 



i tbem very excellent, a: 



ieks. Mr. W. has 400 swnr 
b Honey on hand. Bis Bee 
cs. He finds abundant food for 
i the Bottom-lands nenr 1 



able fact that at all the Fairi Ibos 
tele, tbe Halls of Exhibition hare 


* r.;... .°, .'",".;; i*z'«\. 


pied by "imported goods," placed 




Manufactures of oor own Mo- 
irdly bad a chanco of display. 


Hive witb new improvements is a tb 


His Bees were at work finely (the Con 



i learned, froi 
Anois, Mint, 
e Honey was 





hees 


rib— they 


h»elb 






id old 


»Opl 


cod in the 








nilr 




the people 








irgtc 


to b 


e obliged 


o speak 


thus, b 





The Pair of I 



inta Rosa, from the 3.1b 






, gond old foshioi 
was nothing "Pri, 



■•Cattle Fair" style 






i ml Fait 

hoy took bnld or tbo wort in good carne. 
Torked hard, and did their doty to the utmost. 

ThePavilioo was located under a grove oflorj 
.hady oaks, in a cool and appropriate place; ll 
lali was well filled for an Interior show— 



a eollec 



a of F 



es, Jet 






The 



■ only did admirably, bringing the work 
inds— Bread, Cakes, Butter, Cheese, 
,nd an abundance of Quilts, Connlcr- 
roidcry, and useful domestic articles, 



e Stock Yard, numbcriorxjumo 200 pens, wa 
tilled; out so many as lucre should bo, bu 



rblcb n 



e shall note \ 



well attended ; wo It 
better than most Fairs, for those lb at co 
interested in tbo work. 

The Races excited considerable iott 
daily Ihe Lody Equeslrions.and were we 
Tbo Address, by C. W. Wilkhs, Rsq., d 



est, r-spe- 
ntlcnded. 
ivcrcd on 

I, and wo 
Tbe Ad- 



gencral good feeling tbnt pre- 
day, Friday, the Mali was c 
preparatory to the Annual Me 



d with cheers; and tl 
t lo the election of t 
senslon or opposition, 
,t oil joyously, by a 



n saying, a 



.u.f.,1 



President, William McPbersnu Hill ; Vice Pros- 
idents, Col. A. Hurasttby, Stephen Akers, G. L. 
Written, M. Carrier, I. G. Wickerfbam, James 
P. Cl.irk, Lancaster L'lvman, II. M. Wilson, O. W. 
frni Ei Orrr"|M:.ri.|ing S-.-c r-.-turv, Willi.iiu M.-rLlon- 
niill; Iti-cnrding Sttrelar)-, H. F. Leidstrom ; 
" P. Swift; Directors, J. Ji. llaiwell, 



Ed. Gill 



k Selhy, F. Sch 



Villi ll. 



District Agrlodltural Fair. 

id Annual Fair of Ihe Bay Dlsteic 
Agricultural Soclcly camu off hit week at Sa, 

-n.6. AlinHMW"-"-' ! ' :l ' '"' 

lantn Rosa, wo copy 
T Friday a brief gei 

Tho Fair of Ibis Society opened oo Tin 
inder farornblo aoBpices. Tbe lateoejs i 

bo Stale during tbo year, com! 
diminish tbe 



»ugb. 



neks, the Fair has been 
anticipated. Tbe city, 



bustling 


nd animated 


ppenraocc. 




Tho H 


rticaltural, P 


omological, and 




neons Fa 




ntsnr the Fair, 


arc been 




e City Hall, a 


ad the Cattle Sb 






nds. Tbe ex 


libiiion of Tho 


n ugh bred 


Stock, lit 


eluding Hor 


es, Brood -Ma re 




Stock, SI 


cop, and Swiii 


0, io point nfqu 


lity, bore 


unqucstic 


nable criden 


o of tbo eupe 




Sanla C 


ira county in 


all descriplinn 




class animals. 






The die 


play of luscio 


us Apples, Pears 




Grapes, o 


c, it is gene 


ally admitted, b 





Premium for Flax-Cotton. 

Wb have received, and notice with pleasure, tbo 

ooblo proposition from tbo Rhode Island Society 

i Encouragement of Domestic Industry, at. 

by Wtu. B. Staples, Secretary, offering "the 

further premium of -ft" ffunrfred .OoKars for the 

t bale of prepared Flux-Cotton of not l« la 

,n fifty pounds, without respect to tbo place of 

its tntlnnrnelure or production, which shall bo 

biled at Ibe Society's Exhibition in Providence 

ho llthdnyof September" lost. Tho premium 

o "awarded only npon the condition that ib B 

:\t Is of a quality, and can bo produced In 

ility, and at a price, lo ba an economical 

dilute for Cotton— all which must bo proved 

ic satlslaclioti of tbe Judges." Tbo award is 

e "made public on tbe third Wednesday | n 

•a thereafter ni tho Judges 

their Report." Tho Society 

dso offer lo defray all tho necessary expenses of 

ransportalion on tbe bales of proper aiie offered 

Wo hopolblfl premium will secure the pro due- 
on of tbe article sougbt, and wo shall look with 
iterest for tho Report of iho Committee. When 
ill nur State fnllow Iho example to thus encou- 
igo New Productions T 

be Saota Clara CoIIbqb at Banta Clara, 
Tats fine institution Tor tho sons of our State 
in Italy be classed as one of the highest ctanr- 

ic facilities for a complete education are so per- 
xt. It is a model establishment, having the 



. Delm. 



State Fair, and 
be expected fr 
growers whose ■ 

, S. For, 

1, W. O'Donnell, L. Pre! 
Cobb, h. Peltier, L. F. San 

i, A. C. Erkson, Dr. Bui 

I, J. B. Bontemps, and 



le blood nod 1 
We shall giv 



n, J. Hobsor, 
aers.* Tho S 
rably with o 



oltom of t 
j forlhcr nt 

Tho Sloe lit on Fair. 



inedilaLc upi 
Tho Fair I 






with tei 



Every dolli 
pil hero is given 



intiGcdeparl- 



all tl 

cd In their duties, by In 
business that they love, 
:eling. A perfect ednca- 
at Ibis Institute It can bo 

fourfold in a faithful and 
tentioo (o the wants or a scholar. What 
,eoa and known, wo can testify to, nod 
cheerfully giro nur evidence, that pupils 



uefited. 



i Cl.ir.i i.'i.lkgo has about tt 



city, 



.■.ill dn well to look 





HoCHlwnd. 




Wt have received from the Managers 


ire shall when tbo Fairs are 


Contra Coala Agricultural Society Complin 


1 notes, and recall the atten- 


Tickets for their Annual Fair. 




Also,. from the Managers of the Alamod 


Ve think this a much better 


Cnmplimentary Cards for the Fair and Ba 



bare an our labia i 



e thi 



■ckton was i 
a kind and 
:ybudy feel 
t a spirit 

itionthat'mi 






rived from it. 

Among the m 
Stockton wo fou 



costly Implcm 
dreya,, of Ihe 
s hundreds of 
and displays tl 



to," His book should 
Mr. A. J. Biglow bad 
indsame Hive, with tl 



snd good. We really think they c 



kind, both white and yellow. Mr. Hnag h 
been successful as an Apiarian. 

J. V. Hnag, of Yolo, exhibited a Parlor 



libllloufl or ITonoy a 
is Rosa, Indicating id 
thai In despite of t 



bihlts of Ibc 

oil well enough, 1 

masses from Iho 
portion of the he 



i»d. Racing, trials 



While wo op 
lllmate trial, c 
!!■■ legitimate l> 



debt of tbe Society, at 
number present will 
greatly old tbo Social 



Ihe Pelolama Creek by Mr. Edmund Smllb of Pel 



>elng a.buiinen 
I Indasul 






They 



mfbi 



by scientific men. Tbo finder Is a ynung mo 

deserves sympathy In his effort to maintain 
oelf by showing this curious specimen In ni 



a good show of Apples 



W. L. Ovorh 


ser.afi 


o show of Grapes, some 8 


ClDBH 


Mills Wasteo.— Tbo demand lor Cider 


ads, foreign 


and larg 


o specimens. 


alllls h 


s about cleaned tbo market of all good 


Pcrley Jt Kn 


ipp mad 


a very promising display 


Mills, b 


t we would auggest to those in want of 


Fruit from 


recs pi a 


led nt one year old, now 


tbem 1 


call and look at tbe Union Farm and 


reo years, o 


nd with 




Plantflt 


nn Mill, intended as a Mill for grinding 


chard conln 


ns 1000 


roes, all doing remarkably 


Wheat 


nd Corn, which Is now at Greene, Heath & 



of PI 


mi, Tof Aprlco 


s {in gin 


■ l),B 




an. 


ifUr 


po. They 




ihihHi- 


a collection 




[Inds 


of Appku I 




S. Fox 


f Sa 






were 


rnly super 


or. 










Dr. Harris bad 




Ibat wa 






;ood 


display. 












Th 


Ladles did 


nobly here. 


Mm 


Ben so 


ma 


a display of 28 d 


shes 


very Gu 


.,;.],] 


.1, bear 










nee and arr 






ady 














Mr 


. Cblcard c. 


bib 


edsomo 


Ann 




Din 



lundi, and mammoth Pippin. 

Capt. Weber o» usual had a fine coll ocllon o 
irapes, splendid and choice Plants, and man; 
imp lea of valuable fruils. 

R. B. J-lpphcot, Grapes and Apples. 

A largo and perfect collection of Vegclabb 
howa by Louis Pllhoc, tbe best lat we over saw 

. W. H. Lyon, good old-foshioaed crookneel 
■quashes. 

W. MoPridgcon, fine Onions, on Tule land. 

Dr. Locke, ertra specimens Rhubarb 

Tlmiml,, Mill,,,, „ „[)„„ „f V,-|...l„ul c . ft.- B-, 
W. II. Stearns! Island Ra, B |, 8 fi" .ilVV™ 

B. H. Brawn*" 



Squashes w 


ighi 


urnip Beet, 


!S 


nfVegelah 
uf Iinp| tmC n 


•""w 



unicco Gnumiio._F ro 



me cons 


deroble ula 


b 


Tore the 


n at th 


Fair at S 




a Rosa, 


Fowler 


of Sonomi- 


s 


tuple b 




Mushroom 


C 


tcbup, 



lally fou 



nado from th' 
cellcnt. Theo 



io kind of Home -pro ducts which pay, and 
SSI creditable to the maker. 

tbo fine Fruits, Grapes,' Apples, Pcnrs, 
jranutes, etc., and lomc onftice Wines of 
character, Sherry Wine, Red, and White, wa 

of Gen. M. G. Vallejo, nfSonnma. 

were alsn presented with sample bottles of < 

excellent Wine from X. Carriger, Esq., of 



it Mill. It is worthy 0,1 



battles with t 
mnnders of an 



Types 



nd Pup 



eparing for battle ; It Is Monti, I Money is 
mow nf war, and Money is (bo thing ever 
■i in a Printing and Publishing Office, andos 
nstantly pay out, sn it is equally necessary 
mid continually eomo in. Will those who 
ordered tho Fabuhb since July, bi 
its due us 






by it 



ind Pig-P„n 
e»trong,°dur 



I * L," tho best ever mode, and thus patronise 
010 who, like Hacks & Lambert, havn laborad 
build up our own industrial Interests. 



^ITb oalipoenia^amB 



29 



8TATB BtlMMiRT 

ww. stand* B.P«r. mention the .nit J =( a t"""T 

I ion. «U con.lil.ngor hu.baad, wife and 

^^.".ther w.. only M *«» ° [ »^ 

T„bb m .cveral P .u*- rf T° b,K0 '" ™"! 
M1 ,., In -row.h ..id 10.11* It li P ™«n«a by 

„' u SoHraB received "don by ft. late *>V 
T« Code Sim which lelt on Tuesday f« p ani 

S^J.V^IiLV^u'Too^pId.^ A. 

«. .„,„„, nn Rev. Dr. Scott, wife, and 

A,p,nw.llforEurop*. 

. ■ ™,i.i«i *rown in ">i. 

£, South C* B^ ?&.«* -£tSi"K 

„f InoTuI 



:-.Milv ...f -I 
.Hi lli)fl« 






It. f" n'h. LooV Philippe, b.'d offered ^j,"™ 1 ; 

..urcprccnted In be unchanged, lb. 
port.il iron wo or three respectable 



Lot TJa Have Fence. 
..tortB one's ,000.x, for one's e.anlrj's 6°»»-" 
HOW significant this sentence ot lb* prescn 
mmonll How important, too, it » lb" *« 
ords should be properly und.rstnnd ; that tber 
re very many in our midst Hint It would he 
for them nod out Stole ll 



they wo 


e .tc( o Be red. 


11, -,,(.;!, Hi'l 

The compleli 










J rust 


CoWlE 


hu 


tcided In tho 








y, in eootrave 




Ib.M lb 


■ put; 


actually l"w 


battel 


Aorpn 


prloU 




tMM 


no. lid 


;:,!;■: 


an (dllMo 


























k.t I 




^? 


weigh, is foo 



lately. 



li.-. bagged ISO qui 
tho UJiJUnco ol do- 
Individoali billed io 




t. k -Cd[«.— The public generally understand 
Uth of (ha «i»i« of Watcr-Cuto. The 
• inppo.e It mcani "cold water" almost at 

.nes nnd io nil cases. Such I. not Ibo cue. 

W.lor li only a purl of the science, ond not cold 
- u, cither, but wntcr warm nod cold, 
ted with ii we" understood ditt appli- 
.,,,.,.. u, .do cut. Ttia grand science, as con- 
nected with Blectricily, will bo explained tt 
H'omen who "need ft Physician," by tho Edithis! 
of tbia Journal, whose Card appears in tbc Ladles 
Deportment. Our duty to Hie lick, nnd suffering 
demands Ibnt we should refer to one who I. fully 
qualified for Ibis imporlnnt duty, and wi 
confident thai all who cull will find relief 
iffering mote speedily than Ihey nnllclpnlc 




WHEELER & WILSON'S 

FiLrst Prejnliini 
FAMILY 

SEWING MACHINES 

AEE ACKNOWLEDGED 



TO THE FARMING 1NTEHEST! 
TONES & HEWLETT, 

IMPORTERS AHD WHOLESALE AND BETAII. DEM- 

GROCERIES, 

MQIIORS, 
Provisions, 

AHD 

HARDWABE, MINING, AND 

AGEICULTURAL 

IMPLEMENTS. 

Flows, 
Hbtiowb, 

Beapera, 

Mowen, 

Ihruheta, 

Grain and Flout Sacki, Baling-Eopo, 
Powder, Oakum, 

Shot, Tar, 

Pnio, T\teh, 

Cordago, Bonn, 

Uailine, B locks, Oan. 







U i iho Dry Stuon i" ipp.«=tly .bo 

ft. OT!h to the 33d oil., r.ll, Ml in difloHot porlloo. 

ft,Eu,L. ; «p-«*h -■- V.k,, I o. ..-. ■!» '" 

SBSS'no..; . -■ 

tbonght tt. p.p" will oot inBer. 
m A prelly g<»d ibot mi m»de by 1 
Cal.T. 

fill £. 



- -*> b» tath.«-k .ndrelldadh.lt. 

PCA^ - wi, fo r ££ 

Mr. Jobor-r,, by Ml-.-me half . ud*, S" "other ebol 

»lit.nd"b. KB cdl 

Bdice tho O.mo 



. hundred rnbbiU and .largo n 



by thn llolh. Such 
we think, where then 
asy to preteot the en 
e of tbc lloth ; and even if Ihcj do get in 
as, Io einminc the Bite, if the right kind i 
(nnd none bat good Hives, Harbiion'i o 
Lanptrotb'., should be used), and remove (h 
e. Where the Miller is Been, ihe en 
s Hive can be nearly closed at night 
(the night being the time Ihe Miller enters), and 
mad in the morning; or the "New Patent Bee- 
neetor" cao be used (a sample can be seen at 
- Office). This effectually precludes the proba- 
cy of the entrance of the Wilier. We wish our 



— TO BE — 

PAR SUPERIOR 
To All Oilier g In Use. 

. 7J. 0. HATDES. Agent, 



I nndenl.ned would .HpttuuHy call your .tie nli 
I.tcd .nd -ell luanod .lock u< Hnvb.CMllw. Ji 
d pir tM.nl .rri..U (rum He» York, tam 'm 



Attention, Hay-Balers I 

BAL1NC-R0PE. 

JUiT nF.CEIVED, EX SHIP "FESRLESS," .od other Ik 
arrival., 

M COILB BUPERlOa EASTERN HALE-HOPE, 



A WosDBHHJt, Cow aso SucBP.-We visiied a 

_" ''' . p.™.... in bo will HoAtd with br«- 1 tent at the Sanut Bo;a Fair, where was shown a 
. TULinn eounty .pp=a» to be well .l«M. lent .„._,„„ hnod , i,i, h , v.-eighing230J 

. Ike VUali. Delta ny. hooey U.huudut in luy.cin.ty j[ Dr ,si tt Cow »e>euiecn nanos ui E , j, t 
«f|1» belt quality. In the edTub,fre.b iron, tb. hire, Looods! tbe cow wbs dark-red, gooil form Bad 
,nl up. There was alio e.hib'.tcd a blark 



pri 



ItberelE very little 
1 of getting 



region. 






BrHbi*o(oldbr°nghl$15, 
»bout$t,e«b. Ttiebirei 

tooUloiog fiom SO to 7S pOuA.ii. v. j 

A pleiMM ud (ailhful pictaro oi Cliforni. ia gl> 
lylh. Stack™ Are", in a "weather" item on 
MthoU. I. ray.: Tau appeal, of clouds flea. 






iler rains. Tat 
Jmaii distinctly, 
and wild gcei< 






to hW o Ihopirebcd n 



MtlTol 



inimal tout paanji uff rapidly 
ei (hfi rapid pawiog away I 



be plains pooping up in 



withfi 






rn (bould groa 



1-e, Yuhn, Sunt 



Jlouol _ _ _ 

8Hjm.xsiT or Wool io Esolisd.— Right glad 
_ro wo to know of the activity in thipping Wnol 
to Enghind. For fine Wool it is decidedly tbe 
irket, and even course Wools do well, 
W. T. Coleman A Co. arc large purchas- 



MPORTANT! 

;.L , r.^".Trrb*;»/":," , ::i ' reddctioh m our prices 

•rs abrond that take tbeir bread nnd bolter . ....OF — 

from thru,. We gu for Home Products and Home _—.-.., 

Monnf.etu.es, bo, « did ****«*l»>' '% COAL OILS! 

mark to >ny we should " withdraw the light or v 

«;"r.'' p -; j Machinery OUs 

(or the "Holmes" In Mariposa. His nil nfleo \ 
vca a dnetor*. bill, nalejs tbe glass run* loo 
gb or too low. What would our couoliy 
i xituout Ibo "tlolmes" of Ibo ilBriposa Gu- 
ile nod tbe Viselia Delia. Even tbougb he 
,d doa. noraiaj fir an eotmCn/- mineable old 
icbelor at bo it— Bod the only evidence of bil 



Sportsmen ! 

Powder 



■eady li 



This House are ready t 
BuipincnL of Wool or G 



irally i 



[bare. 



i« to 



Liverpool, and ihey will 
any bouire in the country. 



Splevoid Ciidbcu.Wjire..— Looking intn 
ilnro of 1. W. Tucker A Cn,, we saw some 
.nd very beautiful goods, such ns Opera-Glii 
jjiaqua style, superb Funs, Visiting-Cards, 8 
Combs, Fruit-Sionda, and rare and cosily Diatt. 



Scent Cburch-WBre, i 
Chalices, Urns, Ciudel- 



Ir-ii. 1-i... 



..vio'dlo ma 
om Ibe dreary it 



o these, we saw 
h as Baptisms 

jsta Oamie'saya; "Daring Ih 
.st week ft lot of Cuttle were offered nt public 

id place or sale, 40 head or American Stock 
-ere bid offal Si li per bead. Tlicir bides and 
tallow ought 



r. <>r.lr.i 



been, by Ihe soft smiles, the heuuly Bnd 
kindness nf >o many of Ibe blesaeri or 
ies of our Land"-any man that will livo 
out of tbe Union"— be a " Holme.," and 
,ve a Acme of bis own, nor do anything 

"Autocrat" withdraw the light of our 



iCAMPHENE! 
TXTRPE^STTinSTE I 

STANFORD BROTHERS, 
California street, near Front, 



SSOT. 



QU b.g.T.lt.rd Uro/. ^/t "e\7lETT, 



"Well Cleaned Crrain! 

FAS MILLS 1_FAH MILLS 1 

T T. ORASr* PATENT, IMPROVE ^J,,^'''"^' 
f~ '0NC3 at HEWLETT. 



Plant Early ! 

Seed I Seed ! Seed I Seet 

4t> A LARGE AND. NEW AESDRTUEHT 



VEOETABLE 8EED3 
JON Ed 4 HEWLETT. 



Notice. 

HERETOFORE 






bt.— Wo ask or Fa 
, and all, lo furnls 
lant facts lonching thele great 
information shall be glad to n 
nnd reciprocate Ibeir kindness 



rs, Slock 
I with a: 



The Evn Justip.es 
ilftlesman, a sterllnt 
hus Bucclnctly: Cer 



Tire Pony hriogVi" l^"b"dTuIi U the -lib, and I lawi. The writ of Aoteoj corpnT^baa .. 
fcora WubinRloo to lb. I3d oil. The iotelllgenco is | f*^ ' * " 

Crlllcodca, al Ibo bcod of .n Indiana I- 
airebed tbtoocb Lonlsvlll. on hi. way 
latior, Md wai recelv.d »itb entbatla-a, b; 
BttpdlH Qtneral AodcnoD had publlibo 
Hon calling ufm Iho lny.1 people of Keul 



TTiS 



rpill l-jifil II li :i Wll.l i ■ 

^"u«! E." under ite ttrn.'-u.n' III A*H?TOLtb k. c3. 

A. PI. TODD & CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

COMMISSION* MERCHANTS, 



; I .,,';' i, ! i ,;.','*'inr°i* ■ : v'\-",-'r '■■'.^'^ iwoo uaVm™ 



TO If^IMMEIlS ! 

'pnE UNDEllBIONEB ARE 

PBEFABED TO MAKE ADVANCES 
on 

Consignmenta of approved Produce 

TO TUEflt 

FRIENDS IN LIVERPOOL, 
OS VEBY FAVOttABI-E TBttfllS. 

PARTICULARS WILL BE FUItNIBHED OH APPLI 
nO)3, DEiUPSTEK cfc CO. 
PnnclKO, EopL Id, 1K1. . 0< 



An Active InUlllgent Yoong Man ii 



%H p'0" eer chi 

Hiding; Academy, 

LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. 



LAMOT & COLLINS, 

Leaders and Introducers of 

FASHIONS 

FOB HATS! 

Corner Sd and 1 fits,, 

EACRAMEKTO. II"" 



RACES ! IRACES ! ! 

rpHE FALL RACES. OVER. THE BAN jpaECODBBE, 



■j UUHDAY, Octobor 
8WEEPSTAKE3 



■1,3 li, I n -i L ■ l.""il.'i 



Trlmball by Rolmant, 



li Gltr.nl lif Imp L.ml..rd, 

. I. ,-,|.'. .1 [(r.oh.u.-i) ch f Ladj Bell, by Belmont, 



North Point Dock Warehouse. 

STORAGE 

)an be procured In ihltw.ll kauxn War.hou.oon tl 

° Every far-Ill 1 . j l« "tTored for storing Wheat, D.rle 
Flour, .nd olb.r llumeillo Produce. 

Aclxra:noei» 

Made on approved Merehandiu 

WU. T. COLEMAN A CO, 



BWEEPSTAKEa 



unr/El^Tjiwi", cl.1 LLicr Dale by Owen D^e, dam by Tfl- 
FunelJOO. Mllohnu.boit tbmlubte. 



^Tl,™^ rfrllrd ..' 



TVf n-niin Oorclago. 

f-i(T fi C01I.3, OF ALL BIZK*. OF EASTEBK HANI 
250 FACTUHE. fu r„ i . lD , S .Jr,. rnEwi _ ETT 



TabeU 0.n c ,.l E^nrr.n. -«. .1 Ian .ocounu., In I « "i«=-- frm <,■ »«™»»» •>"■ ™- ™ 

MM.™ »( M l.l,„u B f, Hill, iA|,|.„ c .l [., I,e ,ie.r f-nrfJ. ™»««d r,^r PeUlunra. van bebad .. a barpdu il 
llBop.cr.ille, oa ,).., <;..ul<j ri.-r. ii,-r,e.al «ey..*ld., . .I'P ^ 'or™,. ■ 

■I Cbul Mnunuln, bad ..bial.Kil - v,-. ,, ,.,,r il,..- ^-^ V^.,",, 1 ;; to-\ "'■'.,"?■'■ \t -v ,7 ! ':,'-'-i"". '".'. "'.i'-, 
loss. A irtef cacap »i Ptwriliurg'h bad Utn attacked S/.*fiKiei«a W ™ th "'" 1 "" ,ai "'"° *° ° °% ' 



ml I TfldV Vrei,"rll™ «■ 



Buy -A.U Tour 

SILVERWARE 

OP 

TTJCKERI 



.. I... L.-„ II.-.;. !:■■' I'l »>- J'.di" ■. 



iVopiiDtor. 



rLIFOBNl^B^S^SS^ 



basciie & soiv«, 

hlne , nn .tree., S- Fr.ncUC 

Dealers 



PIAJVOFORTES, 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 

Musical Instruments, 

Strings, **fcc. 

A. H. Oalo & Co., Hew York, 

C. Meyer, Philadelphia, 

T. Gilbert, Hoston, 

Whose PIANOS they CONSTANTLY keep on bond, 

FOR SALE AND TO RENT. 






Pianos and All Other Instruments 

TUNED AND REPAIRED. 



AGENCY 
Mission Woolen Mills 



(lu> MISSION WOOLEN 
I, superior qmlltyi 

LONG-3IUWLS, all Wool, »Ith 




EDUCATIONAL. 



STOCKTOIV 
Female Seminary, 



P11K KH-IHTil iSK^ION OF Tills IrJSTITIJTIOa 
L'.'HjKH ll ■■ ■ I ■ I 1" '■■ ' 'j 1 '" ' " ll -^- ':r, I L i,, 

nd condone FIVE MONTHS. 

,r Board end Tuition, la common Bnjllih tlnmclw. 



nuda of Sclocled Wools of California pruducllun, and • 
superior in qullty lo the lamp clija al Imparled Inbrira, or 



MRS. D. NOECEOSS, 
No, 144 Sacramento street, 

AboToMonteomory street SAN FR.4HCISCO. 

LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS 

iiisadSwnSbiri?™^™" IndiZc'ao "mays™"; 

In ibVe'i'ly"" 
UiwitiR jort Tijitail ll, Eart.and en m pi e ted all 



f.,r ih* IUi|r,ft.ni<.iii-( Fin,. Uiwof.n- 
■.□ihonvictfoclor-ul ,.„, .,iv„ .-.„ , 

mnot'ro'r ladies' to five u> their trad 


Ijowltb the. mise- 
ry, tberebj bating 

in a so It en induce 

delusively Tor 


UNDER LINEN, 

HOSIERY 

UNDER 


CLOTHING, 


And ill Qc-odi in dot lino. 

MRS. D 
3 No 11 


SfSS,,,.., 




"i'i.u [jhj, potiioiojj, atta. 

■Ic, rhy.lcal (icoarouBj, uj Compoildon. 



.. "",>:"/;;..' 






Classical School 

FOR BOYS. 

.VchiiTaMti.bll.hcd • Dop.rtmeot lor Tloyt Tbeomm 

Mi-in I'--! ' ' ll.- -■= i-r-.i -- i" i: " '■ r-. 

7*"Tcnnil " 'iVr! i.-'vKll'j'VuLU.Vr. '.I Ll , Principal 



SANTA CLARA COLLEGE. 

THE TENTH ANNUAL SESSION OP THIS IS- 
1 .|it.Hi...i»illc.in.nonceonMlJNlJ ,v -■ ■■• 



.» m'[.i:;iiav, a u cm i ant. 



.id To.:. .er senioo 

,eoc,l nFi.-l.njf of arlielet «u 



K B — When Itero ore ie,rr ibon two broth c n. eato 
one ucer 1-u naje onlj bait price. 

Use of Instruments In ChtmL-lry nod Natural PhllOJ. 
0J.ll!. Wi.l Jll.i.:, fM... Vi..lir.. ,.1. I l.]r-.T..I.r. M-E 

!• ."inii-r • ■ V.) lY.n'iilc inf°a Minion lo advance. 

_ !■„. f,,rl',,.r_ll,|.riu 1 ,li.,n ilj.pl J ll> the PresidODtd 

Man«bl,8. J.,St"Tinc°ti'o/Churcb, Ma'iketJtii 
tMc.D Pourtb and Fiftb. Sao FrnnoLtco. 



HXJNTBE'S 
GRAIN SEPARATOR ! 



befriended, him. This kindness be most era 
repaid hjr appearing against tbo Earl- of E; 
whan on trial for a conspiracy against the Qu. 

study and predict of law, though be had not i 
lectcd literature and philosophy. He bad. 
fact, commenced bis gi 



After James I. 



h title gate place to that of 
VUoonnl Si. Albans. A3 Chancellor, hi 

entire lack of moral principle, ' ills riol.itii 
plain duty wcro bo gross, lb it he was oil 
tried, nnd confessed to twenty-three wilt 
corruption In ibcee words: "It is tnj ac 
■ "" h y.or Lordsbipi 



entirely neglected. " 

1605, his '•Prolieiencoand Advancement of Leni 

.a;, Hi-.H,..-.i,.| l|.], IMn ." Uo 1.I.0 wrote "Of 1... 
Wisdom of ihe A<,ci,-nls," "The rVli.-iiira „f 
(J,,,-..,, Kli.T.l.nl,',. H-i, ; „," "History ul Kii.j. ll.T.ry 



LAWRENCE & HOUSEWORTH, 

OPTICIANS 

Ko. 177 Clay Street, 



QOLD, SILVEH, AND STEEI 
Speotaoles, 

With tbe best quality or Glasses, and the colebobraiod 

BRAZILIAN PEBBLES. 



Sm-KlruMH, Drawing „, ,., 

STEREOSCOPES AND VIEWS, ETO. 
Pocket Jsnive a, E a z o r a , Scissors, &o., 

KT GLASSES fitted to 1'rames, and REI'AlIto 
Doally done. 



.: i'.Lll..: 



lion uftln- Science: 

He died in lU'JO, 

following: "My c 



a 0un.0Kin.~-At the 



)0d lo the bead ; aod thai la one frnitful causo 
lieh carry off so many of the children."' If ii 



, and bow could 



bahj I" 

Potito Pi 
("mealy tale! 



thenoffleof tbo o*oer, on 
Auglo-Saion. There la a 



:.f.|.,1l 

lenler 1 


greeo- 

S-chf,p. 

r lime. 




-1 v.- ill] 


ey wo 


k w.ih 


ofga 


icning 



I, ail appl . 

f.:i-cl H ,i;„[ ut 



■ ■ ■ i ur 1 1 ; ili-jii 



Pulu! The Wonderful! 

oCJIriKUIEIl'a Dc!»ll 'Ittbeho.crt 



MASONIC REGALIA. 

BLDE LODGE, 

R.A. OHAPTER, 
0OCKC1L, 

KN 10HTS TEMPLARS 

ieH,or slnglo sets Tor Indieldonl raombora, man- 

rior qaallly and work- 

Ohinlnrsand Councils fnmlshed witb Robes, anil oil 

'■■■ii.in-.i. l-n'-i fnrjL.|,...| t.-illi f.,.luraoj, EaBnore, and 
11 other article poiMiui,,.: i,. .hi. t.m^i, ,.i .l lu ,.,j„ r . 

D. NORCROSS, 

NO. HI SACRAMENTO STREET, 



P. J. T3EVINE & BRO, 
PREIUIV9I 

Martole Works, 
K stieot, faetweeii Sixth sibiI Seventh streets, 

Orders frum the Country -promptly altenner] to. 



BUY ALL YOUR" 

WATCHES 

OP 

TucaBa! 



„ TflE CHAIN GROWERS OP TTIEPA-J 

" ■-'CIBC 1".1-I h.ite ii-iv >d ..piMirlunilT*', 
lg_T,cvnr befor... i IT r-.l ih-.n. .if deling their^L 

Tb'o undefined noulo offer then, his 

NEW GRAIN SEPARATOR, 
Patented April 9tli, 1SG1, 

,..no<,flhobe[thi>ploioenL.^rermv B nled. Mostsrd, 
,i,.r»ted ml'lrelr.'eaTio 1 * the Wheat In 'a' pure. 
Tbe Imnortonco of (hit Implement can bo sooo 
ice, na tho 

INOBBASED TTja-LTTB 



He fools cnnBJent that every Omio-Rrowor 
WILL BE CONVINCED OF THEIR VALCB 

A. HUNTER, 

Inventor and T.. 

OKBTB— J. D. ARTIILT. .' Si.:.", S;in I'nn-'i- 

p i.nvviTi ,. .... .- . . ..... ...,_.. ^._. 



PACIFIC TIN-WORKS, 



SAIsT FSANCISaO. 

^- O. AUSTISTi 
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE* 

Plain, Fancy and Japanned Ware, 

STOVEB AMD 3T0TK FDEHITDBE, EHAMSlS' 

WAHE, TINHEB IRON WARE, COrFEE-MIUA 

T.. i rEY " PA} ' 3 . SAKE-OVENS, ic, fta.„. nR 

In a.u Frao^c. c„„ t>„ r, u ,„l „ .ll, ^fblhliOCaL 



A Qrnnd Chance for a Homestead 
oimol of «rrriob Isud, eomprWai 3» «e 
oneofU.n.m.lJcllehllcl^lcy.lnnuraiMC.oP* 



■ j '.■.- ■.'- '»■-■- -'. V" "s .■; ' 5 — -.'- .■-=.-■■ ' : ^ ■ ■■ ■'■ ■■■'■■■'■■ ':,r''--- 

T.1^..,.;,, .;,„,:.: ■.:;.i^'::::",r;',:\:: ,:!;.}::"-'■'' 



BUY ALL YOUR 

COLD ORNAMENTS 



T XT O E: 



n^E califoeniaJ'ameI 



Electricity as a Remedial agent. 

DISEASES CURED 
WKi.ool tlio Use or Mcdlclnca, 

AT THE 

Electropatliic Institute, 



TUB VERMONT 

SEED-SOWER AND REVOLVING HARROW! 

FAEMBES, ATTENTION ! 

B „ a Harrowing at tile same T.«.e. 

T, i. Md ,.,.,».!., .r alt. Kims of ojjis. ■■« „,..„ 

fvkn'i.v >vkk rin- -i'iu- v'K -^.''j'.:;':;;';;;: .■<„, i l!h; umus to destroy. 

'; T ', S SIMPLE IN OONSTRUOT.ON.STRONQ, AND DURABLE 
,„„„. „„„„..,„. P.,..,..- ..».,..».. »-» ->- "" » '"" »"" •"'"""' """" 
".« iU 6nl app.i»ranr.e on tba PaelBa Gout Top 




, 




OVEBKD. — Dnri 


g ibo Into 1 










f'mtn 




lolibo, Capl. G 




!-' B Agent 




- |...luii.|, l>^ 


oflbe r 
■ere fo 


r'iiL,"-,-: . it'll 
nil qn III; 
,ul b.uubu 
i, Hit kin 


U5L-S, "dlP, end 
nstero>ideoftb 


and tbe floor 


Inside 


corered wi 


b jtjisH pebbles 


road to the 










beiocf 


(/;■:;' 


fe^ST. 


1, t-virrlliiiig 
od most sob- 


■refill 
tbe h» 




water. The E« 
e quite numerou 


. On Ll-.nii- 
of tbe graves 




; "i- : - 


cklnees, of tbe 


style usunlly 






igut away * 






ber little arlicl 












hsbim 


,, ,.i .'■!:. |i| 




mil bow Ui.-j- 


water, 


■■ I, ; | ;; | 


used tbe change 


ppine-plnceof 














between Soalb A 


meries nod the 


Maoill 


s ' ? ut "J 


etbcr Ib.s w»s o 
l sb Ascension I 


luod probably 






t raiDB are nil tl 








ill probablj nc 




































bBtm. 


'"einV-I 






Ill 


POl.EOX » 


„ THE LiDY. BOTTLE.— Wh(0 


























™"! d 




hnd carried wit 


herlbekeyo 



WHIPS, COLLARS 
SADDLE-WARE, & C . , 

Ho. 68 Battery street, 

irofHichiruind, 
SA.V FRANCISCO. 
Principal Kilieri in tho United 
"states. Alio, SOLE AOEHH (oi Pacific Co.it, for 

HILL'S CONCORD HARNESS, 

Wholesale and Betail." 

AWARDED 



SELLING, MARX & CO., 

HAVE RE-OPE H ED TBE 

Extensive Furniture Warerooms, 

FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY 

J. G. CLAKK Sc Co., 

Ho. 510 Washington street, "Op Stairs, 

OPPOSITE THE MARKET. 



BOARDMAN, GRAY & Co. 

ALBANY, 1ST. Y. 




ELEGANT ROSEWOOD CASES 

GOOD AND_DUKABLE. 
WARKANTED I 

SEND IFOR CIKOUI.AES 
GIVINO PULL DESCRIPTION, 
no Aeont in California, wo will soli direct It 

Very Low Wholesale Cash Bates, 

LAliOB" PIANO FORTES, tn 

?«■,' fmurartotouu"" froia S1J0W 5500 awor.ll 
'Cn^cl Fl^b Lnr.e Dl^oont. made to CA. 



PATENT INSULATED IRON RIM 




BAILEY'S PATENT 

WASHING AND WRINGING 



rrtniB HAUHIKK 13 ADAPTEC TO ALL KINDS G# 
SPRING ROLLS COVERED WITH RUBBER, 






NEARLY DRV ENOUGH 1 



roft^a.°LAR0K™i.0Tei.&° w £e. AiitaMsii^i^ j 



SEND FOR_ClRCULABb 



BOARDMAN, GRAY & Co, 

MANUFACTURERS, 

ALBANY. N. T. 



PATENT RICHTS FOR SALE. 

L.j..mi> J Ui. ■;...!. uoil lit,,] .11 

A Fortune (or a 
no PATENT RIGUT 



THE CATARACT 

Washing Machine 

AND WRINGER. 

Rubbing and Wringing Done Away! 

THIS MACHINE 

IS 
REMARKABLE 

FOR THE 
FOLLOWING 

QUALITIES 
which IT IS 

WARRANTED 
TO POSSESS: 
finut Laso Collar, or tho 



rC "joilN C. ILS. 




II will wish end r 



Colby's Patent Improved 
CLOTHESWR.NCER 

rriltI3 MAPniNE 13 ATTACHED TO* TUB WnErllN 




WOOL, HIDES. AND SKINS, 

PLircliasocl 

\T TILE HQ11BST MARKET RATES, 

LONING & FUERSTEIN, 

fSO FRONT STBBBT. 

WE ARE ALSO PIIEPARKD e, lOnkn llbanl 



HOCS ! HOCS1I HOCS1I1 

rllK llIOIIGnT MARKET PR[CE WILL BE PAID 

For C ruin- fed llogH, 

At the Pork.pncklBg Hon™ of 

WILSON A STEVENS, 

Cnrn«r Bru.il -nj nnn Senionie ilroe 

iloi loin or ilon-lnd Udiihkis 



BUY ALL YOUR 

ID I^.M O 1ST T> S 

OF 

TITCKEB! 



* TTT -^ nAT.TfOBNIA FABMEB. 




FARM STOCK, 



■ of Ibo tblp Fearless for Sow *»*.* 
hcat,ll,u00 seeks Ewt.T, 610 bal.eWi 
,te. The brig Therese for IIoa E lc.oaB 
carried WOO qr-.aofc. Flour, IMS .a 



lVbti 



M Barley. 



Tbo. 



Moaollehl cleared jeitetd a? '" U^t 1 -'" 1 -"' ^"."'" ; : ° 
.porlioaonbtirrMpKli'Tireou-tSOIlqi-siicfcitlim 
and 9JM Btm VThe.1. Tb. «bip ElMtrn, for Sjdne; 
and lb. bilk Cjn.tBOM. for Auckland, Ho" Zealoa. 
cleared T<>l«u«y. 'bo format wlla 7953 licit. Finn; 
806! ..ck. What, aod 3)20 sacks OaU, nod tb. loll, 
will, SvOO eaolu Whest, oan !S0 nek. Barley. 
51„r. .r. bo" lo-diog. lb. .hip Uor.ld of Ibo Mora 
Liverpool, Bad 'b. bark Oregon for Auslralli 
Th. ship Franklin Haven r« Liverpool, -akh-e men 
liooed as b.Yleg goo. lo Y.II=jo.to load Wheat, bo 
.bout complitod hor cuso. Il i! reported lh»t soveri 

n'tbo octivo compttilio 



lofon 



uudi Wo i 



lo advance. Tbi cc rapt I ill. 



to the ra.lbel to-day 



I 5 1' 



uo.l.v with ' 



m$U0 lo SI 10? 
D p«arJ tendency. Barley remain, dull, and Oat, an 
vrilioal isle, with large "oo 1 " 0D tbo "halves, nod 
dally growloj larger. 

Jhere Italilebtinjpravenicol in Flour. .H'T^'r^- 
Iiuj SI JO for superfine, ud from Si 30 to Si SO foi 



Tb. receipts or Frndueo for Ibo past week b»« but 
u foTtam: Flonr, lT.aOo qr-seolu; YTbcat, 56,59: 
(Hkt; Barley, W,436 sacks; Oils, BOOOiacIi.; Corn- 
Ml, 1ST sacks; Bran, H4S ..ok.; Middliogi, 111 



TYool, 2tt bales; Hay, 1 
CddVaife<s>;li>e.tl 5 



is;Onlno(, 700eacks; Suit, 3150 a> 






-i, i ; i--""c.li"pnj" ica 



DrtHtd Tc@3c. 
Morro.t — drCMed, 
linen Cowl— lit 

|LS@fU. 



co Cattle Market 



Ho; let Hogs on foot 11 U 

(Sue, according" to quality, 
quality SJS@i60; !d qo 



Aipmnu.. ..»j>B. 
Broccoli''." ,"."»do 



DriolEl^t... .. ?B SK 



7a[b,inglei Kark»t.— Oct 
01r»,urJ fB 



unions.. jptD 

A oo k!, i or ,id' " *" " " 



OtKaeaento-- .. ..» 
Limsn Dlurktorrte. " 



Ipuure ^«hu]*, 



Pjo^pl™.''. ''.' 






Sflalncl.. ..ppalr. S 



>dor p 
"...'.'ll' 



K.1CB BUM, «« i 
r _fro=> San fttmciico, ul Zon«on ; 

,, 1|M — ]....;. ? g;, 



ill 



■Wool Mnikot la Now York. 



far Army aod N 
rblo quality has I 
,f California Wo. 
lo would bardljbt 



luo. Ibo 
" "Mary It. 



Very roipeclfnlly, 



importation, coo qulekly, .ud 
.. A.th.«uonforlb.F ; .ll 
.g.Ionio.U.goollji.r.p™;. 
ndt, to dlKoumgo Ibo bring- 
led with nlottrburi, 
Jobs W. SuriB. i Co. 



Tti a Curative Effects of Grapes. 
i. Herpin, of Men, baa published a Tcrj initr- 
gnecouoloribecurativoeirfctsofBrnpfs, in 
iuj diaotdcr. of the body. Thcj net, fintly, 

;m, nhicb, pnjjing tbiough the blood, carrjf 
off, bj perspiration nnd olher cicretions, the efTele 
anr" injurious matorioli of tbe_bodj; i 






; m ployed 



oallj 



I of ritinliid mpltcrs, 
ak'Jlful phfilcian, this 



consumed varies from one I 
cnranicncing with tmnll qr 
eroduBllj increased. The .kins 
not be .wallowed. la the ahjenc 
most beneficial effecla niaj- be obi 
raisins, provided a quantity ot«i 
flittafr the thirst thcj ereBte, I 
same time, or tbey may be stev 



four poBBda a day, 



Brmdt rnon Gripes.— The following dii 
ons for making hrandy were gircn by Dr. Gra 
. tho Toolnmne Courier : To moke brandy li 



e as whisky. This fii 



i the gallon. Stir the wliol 
■hour, and then fill again yoa 
•rer again with a slow fire. 1 
■ong, you will not only lose i 



lowed; and not is the tine ll: 

lion is most needed, as our garden 

know what to da with their abundant 



randy, if properly fol 



superior grating land, a 



U]U3a Ubt-p*.- 



Blp.CU... Pom ..» 






^"■'mS'" " T *1 



The bending li like 



leliraea compelled lo pry 
i or the other, to nfibrd room for Ihi 
puss. These singular formations 
bnbly, from lloatlng lule nnd other drift- 
ch have collected, and by some mo* 
k nndtr the » ate r snOkitiiilv in r- ■■■ 
in, vi, \ lid i. v n,„:,,ii ,,, r yews. Tho o' 
,q Unds Intend byarllficlol mean. I 
depth ufluo snil on their Itlinds, coi 



iKina 



Co*t, Oii..— In Hamboldl cc 



,r;.:, Ci.:ll 



Clydesdale Slnllion, Young Walla 

d here on the botk Cnmilla, from Australia, 
by A. 6. Cnshing, Esq., and of which «o spoke lu 

°Tllh fin. animal can he seen nt "Ben Fl«bV' 
Slabtc, on the corner of Fine nnd Snnsome .Ircels, 

s rrottby of .pecial notice, as Ihn is » elass 

of Slock very much wonted to improve our 
Draft-Slock: 

Touso Waludi, blnck entire colt, bred by 
Edward Brndlty, Esq., of Crnigieb 
got by the Imported Clydesdi 
Clyde, oot of the Clydejdaio mare nance, vru, 
foaled 16th ofMowmbw, 1858. 

GbdlraiM'j Wilde, a rich bay, was bred by Sir. 
>,l..,.„„lu Hiiik-.o!- Enrn, near Perlh, Scotland. 

~ os eihibiud r.i ihf Uic ml S.n-i-iv'j Mjoiv, 

rwlek, and gained the prire, beating twenly- 

DlherB. At the Port Fblllip Formers' Society 

, f B t llelbourne, in 1819, he was awarded tbo 

'"fl!'if'i"'krlli( celebrated horse Prince Itoyal, 
Hk- p' lt r,|,.Tlv'...r.lol)[] [lurr, K-.|., •<! r.r-l.lni-, l.m- 
Ir.w.l.irt. "Tv.ii„7-.:ii:lilor I'.lnce Roynl's pro- 
ce „,™ oit d as sirfs in Scotland. Clyde's dam 
■ ■■iii'u-1 th.- first priic three years in succession at 
Perth, in 1S19, 183(1, nnd 1351. 

iVonee Is hi- ill- iiiip'irii'il Cl.nlcjdale horse 
Douglass, oat of an imported Clydcsdoln marc. 

EionEKS of Sioos— We request [hose who 
procured full Pedigrees nf Ibcir Stock, lo 

may publish them. Wo will publish thoPedigrces 
if all Slock of high character, and thus make 
mown oitonsively all valuable animals of all 



Splendid 33wol£s I 
CRYSTAlTPAIiACE ! 



Well Bred Stock For Sale, 

IlAVIrTa A LAKOE BBEEDINO STOCK OF 

SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, 

SOUTHDOWN SHEEP, 
TH0E0UGH-BRED TBOTTIHG H0BSE8, 

....AT.... 

'• WOODBUHN FARM." 

Those, de»lrous ot parobajlnf, cob bo mppliod at an: 



kinds. 



May We Hav. Toor Aid 1 
KfilKnn t>. nulled .none IhroldStiUi 

Pay TJ. Through the Hail. 

Information of the Wool Marke U. 

W. .. i. i;r. .-.,.-, ,^.ii i..-.£luc«,olhe« 

Valuable Bloodstock For Bale. 















BEN FISH'S 

NEW 

LIVERY AMD SALES-STABLES. 

-SanBome street, corner of Fine. 



JB. F. PISH, 



20'SS'W STABLE] 

FIRE-PKOOF. BOOMY, LIGIIT, AND 

Entirely Free from any Dampness, 

LIVERY AND SALE ONLY 

PERSONAL SUPERVISION, 

WITHOUT I'ARTIALlTr 

Horses and Fine Stock. 



f gallons in tweoty-foui 
" '■ 'orypuri ' 



, the; 



The Tim 



when lighted, produces the same kind or light i 
our common kerosene, tho only difference being I 
the eolor-tba natural coat oil being very darl 
In fact, nearly black. A nnmber or cotnpanlE 
have been formed for the purpose of proipcctln 
for oil. Ono company has commenced to bore fo 
oil upon Mr. Davis 1 ranch, and have gone dow 
already Gome eighty fcoL They havu struck soto 
■ mall velue of coal, nod will undoubtedly strike 



BF4KIBB URBINO MICK9 l„ L 
BQUTHDOWll DUCKS, ' j "O"! T(ry e, 
leqoirs of Edllor of Firacr. SJ1 



Pour Hundred and Fifty Acres Bleh Land. 



Valuable Breadlng-Aieck. 

Tll:m ->,!, h.-^ .djibl,. Er«il!ii{.3i,»t .tiuld 



WOOL-GROWERS 

OF CALIFORNIA. 

'[•il. '."^■i:iL-i|i;sF-.n. .■,.;;■.:,■; i'iK '1'IIK CALIFORNI 

;.(.-. ,'n'i. ■.,',■';. j !-f'"..',yj 'j :''.',' ',''.' :"'..'::!:.. !.V,'.'".; 
)■ . : ;;.",.:;-,; :: ;; 1 ;;; .;;■'■■■ r. -■;;■■■ " "'i- 

S^li-Julorr tlv.net. win b c imdeoa Wool* cOMlgoed W 



THOSE WMO WANT THE I'lt| 
!n«Vl«i« •r.°X«*»i] ■<<■[ '*^ A c F 



Pacifie Mail Steamship Company's 

STEiUISHIP 

St. Louis, •r£r$ i 

LarPiDOB coaiiAiirjcn 



pplymat 



To Wool-Growers! 



Fine Full-Dlooil Merino Sheep, 

TFhloh b oeknoiledced by Iho twit judges lo bathe 
finest llwk of Sheep in Ibis State. 
Our tlwk ork-imlli c-mi-iDl el ni>ihln B bntFnll- 



an T ih'inc bui iho fioesl FuM-Bl,*<l Slock. Wanow hav 

A Limited Number of Bncka For Sale, 

Which -e lotted lo ofTer al such prtcci as to place the: 
Plthjn Ihi «»ob orallwho ulrti lo imprDvaAeli II -ck 

folo thf. Slala, and Ibo buck» »» now aHar for sal 
hare ItaB advantase of hailot been 

BEARED HBKE. 

And Fully Acclimated 

The-r»foro more de.lrablo than Imporloil Slook. 

I'orMirn >l-hlec ("100 our 5toe«, "ill End aiamnlo or 
our buekj al FISH'S STAllLK*. on I'ioe ilrce" °~ 

I the Clip from our flocks 

ibo Wool, wo refor lo Sir. 

.. .he Wool -Growers' Anoeia- 

., fol WARBKN, -f th". Call- 

■ -10 Bucks lo purchaser*. 

Hill fend letters lo care 



GUDCIIEAUX & BLACK01 

16 Ricch'. 1'. .■:-.. H..l.lc..S. i,i Lull 



£ RAMSI £Ef 

FOR S A-LE 

PURE AND THOROUGHBRED 

saxokt :n A. M s 



Sau Fraceiico-lir. GEBSTHKO, Era 

aa-Nativldad Poii-Ofiieo, Monlery Co 

EUQKNE BQERWO0D. 



THOROUGHBRED CATTLE 
Slueep, a.n.d Swine. 



|,; ' ,1,:J 'l' '''''"'"*' »"llh ,: "li 1 rL' m « I ' U ll J ] ,J 'wn 

.i'i.'. : ■■'iir:t:r'."i'-'-.'-', <•-'<■■. ■".'..:. '>.',';.ik\"i i..-.-, -, 

SWIHE. AUo, • fow SBun-]l.,rn Durham CATTLE. Il 
lee loran .upej-W VOUNO BULL*. 

RELIABLE ■oarcc." 



Flint, Bixby & Co., 



MERINO BUCKS 



.— jA Full-blaad Merluo Sbeep. 

W»BI Po^on. -l,hln E Full-hlt-«l SUrino Sheep cb 
■^™^s»cqro a good bnip.in bj applying to nrb 
latter or personally, as wo have urn. nf very eitr 
character for iala. Addroii Ediioi FAnaen. 20 



TAMILY 1IARKETING. 

Stall No, 1, Waahington Market 



Fruits- and VegetablcB, 

""- BTTODINifoNU'" 

So. 1, IVashln^loii :iiin Hoi, 

(STFniit and ProduoB Eeoeivde and Bolt 
ON COMMISSION. 



WOOIil 

PnMhB4ed at the Highest Market Rates, 

... GEORGE uoi'ta * co. 



Better than Freston & Merrill's 
^^t Less Prices! 

3tBC> J ittX>M^\.Kr'S 

OHALLBNOE 

Yeast Powder, 

FULLY GUARANTEED. 

IP HOT SATI3J-ACT0RT, THE MONEY WILL BE 
RETURMBD. 
For Hie hy all JnMmi, (ad by 

S. O. WWABS, 



Tlie Plaza Stable. 

DOWNIEVILLE. 
RETICKER & MORRISON. 

■ - -- ■■ ■■■■■'■■ :■■"' 

',!■;; • ■■■■ -'■■■ i- .,!... 

O^SalSaJj'rjMOBiWa? 3 ' *"" " tll * 1 " 1 ' k,!n ta °»> "^1 



BUY ALL YOUR 

J E "W E r, K V 

OF 

TUCKER ! 



TRALVEINO. 



3fron. i».a.3sr^.3M-<a.. 



York bj the AUoeicnr.. tm ^ Ja fc BiBCOBK, '-.- 
Corner of fl ■ crura 'htd mod LeidiB-Jortfi 






California SUam HavigaUon Companj, 



0ABBYISG UNiT£D STATES MAIL, 

aiamer ECLIPBE. Csplaln E. C. M. CBJi*wlci: 
AHTKLOPE, Copula E. A, Poolo; 

COIISKLIA. i's i K. Conklla; 

IJEI.EH HEriaLF.Y. Cupula E Z.Harti 
» J. BRAOllOH, Caplaln B. B. Moieby. 



Maryevilla 



o. (Sondayi oxcejiied), fo 
IB llgbl draft .icamera fur 



J. v.-i;i PHET, JH-. Preildou 



SONOMA AND SANTA ROSA 
I* .A. O ^S. E3 T- 

t^^r=ft PRINCESS, 

SORQE J. CLaRK Muter 

Regular JF*o.olieiI 

«vlnr the Eoib.raucro of a>o.,r„, (l„r ih n SairaMr 
.nil,.|.i9ii'cl'.clc,i. a. MOWDAVH, WEUNE=iDAYA ::,i 
UDAY.^i .nd Picifc Whirl, ?»n Fr.ncl.co, TUESDAY 3, 
IUK5DAYS, nnd SATUUDAY^. nl ] oVrKt. I. a., coa. 



COLEMAN'S LINE. 

SAH FHAHCISC0_T0 HEW TOEK. 

A^ . BAVrao ESTABLISHED A LIHB 1& *. 

CLIPPER SHIPS, 

To sail raijnlarlY from San Froaclicoto Nen York, ws 



floods from tho Interior, and from other Ports, will bt 
received and forirarded. Presof Com rain I on. 






HUCKS & LAMBERT'S 

CELEBRATED PATENT 

H & L AXLE-GREASE. 

THE SimSCRIBERS HAVE TnE PLEASURE OF 

aii<i..unc!r, e K, Ibelr diunidui Patrons and Friends, 

that they bavo been honored bj the Commltleo 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE 

First Premium 
UNRIVALED JVXLE-GREASE. 

S. F. BAY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 

nave Awarded Ihorn their 

IH'ix'st-elass I*rize 

ButhotreTeri[rallWn B tathoailvortlser« lo havo tb«!r 

"HOME MANUFACTURE" 

■has dlstloRulihcKl, It It nith Rroaler prida thei slat* 
lau f ; «t Ihol (niflnlthilandlnr loo overwhelming iini-.r- 
t^liun.-f an a.l^lc from the Ea-t. aMiiui'mf Ihair title], 
the demand for their NOW POPULAR 

H J. I. AXLE-GREASE 
IIAS HORK THAN DOUBLED DURING THE 

PRESENT SEASON. 
Andirhllit Iho Mauoiaeturersairer Ihelr iTratoful Ibonil 

to all thoia frlendtto 
"OJi.X.IE'OIirTZA. PKOUTTOB" 

bof to ear 'bal oo pains -ill bo >i*r«l la future 



THE BEST AND CHEAPEST 

Lubricating Medium 

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VOLUME XVI. 



"sI^bI^ISCO. CAI^ORNtA: TE^ MOBNING. OCTOBEB 11. 1661. 



NUMBER 5. 



% Miforaia pnn 




Adaiwts by Hon. C. P. Wilkimi. 

*</.» it* s-ift*r J*™ ,I 2ir?!« d ^ 

Sec'ctjf, <« •'• Tk.U iiws«i &a.»ili«, <■' 

Ir was a ciiiwro in toe olden time [or the G 
yearly tu gather, together to celebrate their great 
Olympic games, wben poetry sod philosophy, 



Hebrews oi 
the Tolleya 



■ in the proper cht 

the bordy pioneer ol 
..! wherever, la all I 
nrogreJS of Agnelli 
preceded nod prod 
, the pnople-whetbei 
duys when Egypt was 



| 

'1 



Hifelpurpoi-. 

^■notary school of >'» 
^brn of hip >■>!< I,-. U 



.ouitgngo 






15 , Ihe progress, nod power or Modem Agri- 

Pedigrees of Durham Stock. 

md for the geoeology of Blood Stock, wo give, 

mm bull, imported by A. B. Forbes, Esq., 
Ibc celebrated herd of Somuel Tbornc, Esq., 
horncdnle, N. Y., tbe owner of tbe famoos 
less stock, ivlilch has iron tbe pinto nod prniao 

liter Buttercup baa been exhibited nl sovernl 
j this aenson, nod nt each ho ho* won the firat 

M 1ST KB BOTTIBCCIi, 

■nntlfal roan, cnlvcd July 1st, 1B3B. Got by 
irleJ2d Grand Doke (12361), dom imported 
;crcup lid, by Ilornlio (10335) ; g. d. RatcKI, 

laronof llnronswonh (ISM); g. g. g- d. Brl- 
, be Iinrey Show (IS7-1); B- S- K' B- d. Bessie, 
Thinkhnrt (ECU); g. g. if. K- B- d- Cnmpton 
, l,r Ki|ifCtation (.!'*S|; g- g. g. g. g. g-d. 
IM,,.™ (11.191); g. g. (f. g. g- g- g- ^ 1>7 Co- 
i (1861); B.g.g.g.E-B-B-K-5- by Denton 

utlercop 2d was Imported by Mr. Tboroo from 

I,,,.! in Hi'-- f.ill nf l-.-.i'. i. v.»ing rulf, fur which 
,.u,l in l^.'lnri.l Sl-.un. He la of Iks sotnfl 
ilv ,,. ll.isier liuiu-rflv, the bull thnt was sold 

j.iinnj to go lo Auilr.ilio, after taking the 
,,.-.( f .ri.-.es at nil ibo English shows. Butter- 

:M li:ij u I so taken inanv high priaea in Euff- 
1 The 2d Grond Duke, tho sire of Master 
lerciip, was imported in the full ol 1SB8 by 

■EfaatDD, Ihtn » yearling, for which ho p»id 

■ Il,.'|,,i.l ,1,0 f.. f n sister of Grand Duto 

...,- , 1t ...iI..t :i.hr «,.■■. f.U (»< «:.W,ond » 

■li.r r:iu.l Dnl;c fur ;-'■<>""■ This animal 

*n.| [),il: L .) i.i or the famoos Dncheas family, 
t bred by Thomas Bales, E*»., of England, 
len he was selected and imported, Grand Duke 
.. ..i considered tbe Tcry beat boll in England. 
This pedigree abowa Master Buttercup lo hnro 
cended from the beat blood In England, and 
, now be colled onu of the highest sod beat 

Pwsctss or Oatronn. 
i Boe red, csned Deo. 23, 1057, got by Prlnco 
,Vulcs, dam Ilomeo's Oxford, by Uomto [13(19) ; 
d Oxford 5lh, by Duke or North oraber lao u 
10); g. g. d. Oxford 2d, by Short-mil (2MI); 
.. g. d. ameb'om co.t, by Malcb'em (2161) ; 
i- B. B- *■ »>r Young Wynyards fjaoa). 
rhia Due nnimal helonga to tbo Forbes' herd, 
b Maalir Hultercup, alm>, nt Ci-utvrvillt. 
HUWUDA, 
A rich roan bull, col'od March 2Sd, I8GO7 tin 
■ JlMttr Buttercup, dniutl(.ik..-iiu">; if. d. Priiorose -, 
d. Cherry. Splkebotn sired by shorl-horn 
Albert. Albert, Primrose, and Cusrny, oil 
..... Durhams, from iko herd nf J. M. While, Kaq„ 
of St. Luuia. 
1 Piiitoit or W.uus. 

' A dnrk roan, called May 1, 1800 ; sire Butler- 
' tup, dam fJnldv ; g- d- llulltrily. IMlsy by Major, 
1 p. i-.Ti-uiglillu ilurhain. iioe-eiglith Devon. Butler- 
' Uy, bred by Col. 0. Follats, St. Louis. 
\ Tbe above two. One ydonjt bulls, sJao of lbs 
1 ..Purbea" herds of CeulrcTjUe, 



34 



^iJ3B~oXL ipoENlX^EMER- 



Annual Addiesa by \ 



10D Flint. 

I* California, where we ba.e but two seasons- 
the rainy, wiled Winter, and Ihe dry, S.immcr- 
w„ may expecl lo be c«cmpi f«m m"*™ °° > n< 
gr.pt in Iti early stage, of growth, nod the ro' 
-.„ ;.. Un.e of malorlly. The rot, !be BMW" 



nights o 



odd of the Sisterhood of 



aerloue enemy of the grape in t 


e Allan 


and Ruropo. is cao.sd by benv 




weather at the lime of ripentni 




always be e«mpt from Ibis, u o 




in dry and free from humidity. 


Bolwb 


free from Summer rains, so Inju 




in other countries, we rmte I 




cold nights to contend with, w 


,Kb Me 



. ofthe- 



'eansed by ft earreol of sen constantly 
land during the Summer from the occn: 

positions arc found or remote local!!" 
Hence it bus been found impossible to r 
byonldoor culture in Ihe vicinity of 

foliage of ifa« Tine becomes covered f 
bligbl from this cause. Jadicious tvainln 



01. j ,.:,«■ 



entirely iJid'T- 

to cling wit* 
there, but pot 



,Lilllol judges to classify oar various wi 

Fairs, whose reports In many eases nra 
as [bey arc obviously slnpid. 

Believing thai tbe cultivation of tic 

rour mountain districts arc dc-lincd. I J. 
place lo amplify tbe (object bydisca; 



a grape 



,..,1 l.i.i 
nny be divid 
growing of I 



Et, capital and skill. California gra 
id have no (ear for a demand for tb< 
[■ii .1 anil skill will make its appearai 
a reliable qu>ntlty o 



And to bin. brings I 



ury, by lb* i* 



arcal Himalaya range In Asia would Indicate mi» 

-;, .."■;.:,„„« slcppcs arc admirably adapted 

|! tb wring of thai Valuable fibrile animal, lb* 

t.::i.,liiiir.|;..ii. Tbe fleece of the pi 



ele, while ibi 

,l,,, 1 ., 1 i„-pl,:,i. 





mmnn lit. 








ne- 
igh 


Against t 


,h' 


ml 


ul, the All* 




provi -I'-" 


r Ii 


III 


of labor. 










cbing nlmo 










.,, iilrini: ii,, 








01 






10 width, 


















Alniigbiy 








haii 


nper and 


lie i 


fir! 


"cmnlovrac 



i delving for 



..I fn=. 



been lightened by 
chines, it"" '" ' 

lier.elfiv 



nanny pcop 

iffiE 

u be hoped iln 



from the 



ss amplojB 



This 



I l,li £ l t 



I. Ill', I 



grow en entirely of the difficalty 
ingwine making. 

Tbe rare facilities afforded in Llic delightful and 
heallbj mountain district, of out State lo ptior 



tboso noa- rep ad I atari, the pick: and piti 
working al mining a portion of the year wb 

may support himself and fnmilr, and in tlio 
of five yean on a vineyard of 6ueb Incou 



log cards in public bouses, to improve a moiety 
the opportunities showered nronnd them, lh< 
would cease croaking Ihnl " California was play, 
out," »nd our thousand bill sides nould smile 

bomes, now desolate la far lands, would rejoi 
Trith CKtcdiug great joy I 

Great slrtss is isid on the matter of irrigation 
by those who have given vrine culture <.,.lj n 

tioo end ihon,,,,-?, ,. ; „„ii,„ii,,i, ibru.igh several 
years' experience in vine tiiliurc in California, i 

Tineyerdt and orchards all over Hie Si ,1", I,, , rr ;. 

gaUon. Tliere 1, ■„/. ,. fi,oi „r [..ml In tbe State 

produce a good wion grape wiihoot artificial 

given tbe (oil until i,ii.-.r 111.- ir.inv r-tuson is orer 



Heligbtinginaraoist 



barley growing country, and nf a quality r 
Markets of tbe Facitic world could bo nndertak, 



ben ihe superior excellence nf mountain apples 

. glance al the great plateau stretching along the 

bousaod feet, indicates where the apple may be 
■rawo of a torture which fits it for long keeping, 
thai we may eipecl Ibal among the products 
re shall send to ibe Sandwich Islands, and other 
ountries in iho FaciBc, will be the apple. 
The growing of tbo prune and in preparation 
■ an article of elport should receive great atlea- 
ion in California. The plum has proved to euc- 
ced well by tbe sea shore, and through all kinds 



rigand nod u 

N..t Ibe le„.- 



Illy districts. Even tbe 
le for lu pell, and its 

Tbo growing of calth 

ompetitlon wltb those 
a tbo Coast Range a 
alleys where grasses n 



■j per pound, 

- .,,, i[.,:r, i-ini' I ':■!'■ I,,r 

.onofeartbatlhe supply 

Will ,..tL'..lllH"l'" 1 "" 1 - 

rago* goat, valuable lor 

,„; r ,„l luoroc,-... i.-.".l;i 
■e business lo our rough 

narvelous mpiil iiicrtii.-t 



(coi 



J ll.ll 



.',. l,.l,ii.Mtiun ofwoode- 
lince supplied our wnni 



ought to your Fairs fi 



calcd book in' 1 .! tbey w 



TtlB cnltnroof Fli— ... 
mnlry early In tho last century I'J" Ibc Scotch, 
ho crossed o'er lo Ireland under BlIwbBil" and 
ramwell .,nd ?oon after the alcge of llerry trans- 
ferred tlieir art, and their iudnslrj to ibis country. 
Several colonics of Ihe.e were |,l,,ntedin Peun- 
sod Tern 



,f Iho St We, situate 
cr, Uwell, Lawn 
Lirmer cultivated h 



■vl"! -v!i° rtv"r' J Tii""i n.oi.nted" their burses, and 
b well-filled liddlB-.bjigl tlicoadcd the by-roads 



from ihe hills lo tbe wnterfklls, and ihe flax-fi. 

';'■■■ -'i i 1 v.- ' ;: 'lM"- ■•'^', i"'t ' - ■ ii =.i 

„„,-,e. ,.,,;, ,.■ ni.v, ,„i.,.i],..ll,- ,li.!iii ( ,.r ■ ' 

for Ibe Stark, Rogers, and Heed it gave I 
French War and tho Revolution, for Ihe 
Din^morei., Wikons, and Pattersons il ha 5 . 
to tbe halls of legislation, nod tho McK^ni 
Gregors, llorisons, and Sesmitbj il has forn 
[OJommercD or the Church. 



After this sleeping process Is completed, the- 
«nier is let off from below, and pure wnlnr ndmit- 
rom nbovc under pressure, until the color 
a to change j tbo fiber is tbeo steeped front 



lied. All litis may h 



iee.1, and cac 

aTXro'.lfie' 

Ii h.. I.,„u 
the soil. Iti 

it witbdr 



elds from ten to iwcuty bushels < 
bushel affords nenrly or < f u.ie Iw 

eed-oll. Tho well-ripened seed 1 
oil. 

upposed by noma that flax cxhausl 



where ditc 

'J' I.I:- , .■-. ■ 



of ortificinl irrigation hna bee. 
every year lei;eucd The damagi 



tie channels by the 
he bent of the day. 
i and cheek Ihn ns- 



ferlility. Bnt tho r 

can be restored al a cost of three 
while iho properties withdrawn 

the equivalent for half a tun of II 
oil-cake be consumed upon 
than Ibe above and its proi 

:quired. 

Tbe ashes cf Ibe ITav-pU. 

r. Rovle. of b'ugland, « dis 
Bbroat plants, osiures os tb 



„|.,|V [,..Ti-ll. 



logoshoutufrocl.ybillsid 
!rowtb of the young fore. 



Tbe 



i my remarks must be confined n 

.at elaborate discussion of Ihe subject of ni 

iil,solhni it is kept io B. mellow, Triable! 












lOeriogsor Agriculture, Arr 
ipedus tbey only can be nod 
lern the children of every n 



it In 



.'.t ■ 






,ihvIi.il;11i uf 

iltber separat 
ad thus ndap 



idea of modifying Iho Glomonla of finx and 

icil to convert Qax iuto cotton by boiling it 
.lution or caustic potash, and sobicquer.tly 
ig il with snap; and in 1T76 Lotly Jloira, 

filx into' cotton by boiling it in nlkall. Tht 
was, that the fibers seemed to be set nl 11b- 
rom each other; after which II was carded 



iiHi.ir.l in tjoilin.' the mi ".id crushed dlenij of 

.e flal in a solution of *tic soda, turned ont 

failure; the cutting, crushing, and boiling pro- 





erics ore ihe ri-i.Hnf repented 










and no attic 


good nses con be fonnd for 


icmp, why s 


ould not their fibers secedo a 



might pasa from Ibc fibrous plants, and the 

e fibers grow lo Ihe sea en the coast of Italy, 
tacbor Ibc huge shell-fish to ihe rack or the 

■ dutiful " ■ ' 



e of the 



i with i- 



bell- 



's of each, tho tube or the cotton bowev. 
ig as it ripens. These lubes in llieju 
; are closely cemented together, nud il 
iorffiu has been applied to fibers of tl 



uanufacturcd twclTt 
on confldently madt 



■t young plots, self- 



Bat, if Irrigation ia deamed indiii 
facilities fur obtaining il in enpion 
•Iwayi al band, as ononis and dilel 



grnpee be Her 
Mission grape, 
Ihe lllack II .n 



Tbe gathering of il 



of raising a dubious 
people lo plaut 



hundred yards of si 



J ,,* oylhe.dmixtureofmorcl.iKbU !-..„. i 
jorta. Our people should turn iL t l, ,„niinn lo 
llie hi i.,,. r.i . .,,||, grapes, wilh the hope nl 
prodne.ng vn.ietie, nf npctiui excellence io B0 , 

leVlt beVcm™^V.r.ei? e tT«,lS f """'"^ 

and then the popolons ciflri of it.e E.,si will bo 
mode to tealixe, u they quaff the lii. .i,:i|.„,:,| 
nectar atuTUuio tbe loicluui cluiiera fresh from 



n Cnllfurnla will 



■-,-! in Somhvtn Europe 
oonlly from China. [ 



(l^*binrn n0 U ,uTar l' UPPl ' l '' ,f ' b °" m "*"* 
Tbo slmlUrliy of our climate and that of tbe 



Wu.ru C l, ri oos»orld ll.ii 



■ ihu- reduced by tbe farui- 

cenua pound, or at Last 
rudoctof an acre yielding 

loiomeol the farmer would 
least as follows: 



rop of oats or whea 



turnip", cnTbo taaenffrom Iho l B1 ™" d * n "* f 



cpielienhellnten 
•■-.. may bold lr„„, |i„. 

""' I'" 11 "!" of liuer, ihe 



Alter this air-h,.Ll,, [„„, 



imperaiureofone hundred 



Fall-Plantjrig Ireao, 
Uros tbo proper season to plant Trees, much 



- greater success than when ibc sop flows freely 
the Spring of the year, because tho tree is 
fected when tr..m 1 .lu..tii.g b do no in proportion 
. the greater or less flow of ihe -up nl tbai time, 
it, says one, plant early in the Spring. But 
uen yon plant cnrly, lli.j n>,.t i, liable lo iojnty 

foro Ibc grouod becomes jellied. Aud ir ibis is 
me case, you are no better off than later plant- 
■ ;.i,,l],. ['imps nut so well; for in addition lo 
e ivuntof Treat, fibers or rools being formed 

e contrary, if planu.l .n ...rlv I..I1, tbe ground 

ier tbo tree is Imnjplai.te.l, if Iho nircimstnnces 
c favorable; if the ire, is plaited in early Fall 



Kind ut oh to Much Cotva. 



Into standing quietly, K ,:[,ii, „[..| p.iicj.tly duriag 
milking. Tbey dislike tu be milked, lor they 
know thai luud words nnd hard blows always 
nitimd tho operation. They dread lo see tbo 

rod lu tbo hand of an angry ptdigogu^, when he 
oipecls tu have it npolml m |.i 9 i>, lt k. Stow, 
kindly and properly Imiled, i.. plc.nvd t.> >eC the 

autjinm nuh pltuaure lu ibe operation of being 
does not willingly noj freely jii'.-L, ./.".■.'u'li.r'iuil* 



i of Injury to Iho cow. All animals upp«- 

ho milk Lbem enn SC c u otio| BO theinselrMi 
heir passions, speak low and kindly under 
toy provocation, mid aouu the cows will 
itlboy aronot g.nug to bo abased, and 
mil to the operation. Slilklng shuuld M 
ed at regular hours, nut varying nfiee" 

one day from tbo ulber. Ku talking or 



tftH 



THE CALIFORNIA E A K M E .R . 



California $].ttes 

THE INDIANOLOGY OF CALIFORNIA 



.Old Spanish flee 
Ocsu 



t:x: 



jury of unotber, nod he is 



lingiug, and -.11 Ibeirni. 
;ei followed; bums jo 
complete happiness, 01 






U'ngehetnein," tigniBU 



Opu U on 

or,j>.j ,1 


Tr"pl°« o'l ™ 
cd to alter th 


Unifies 


a place qf * 


m»ny 
Tbo 


ndlao* lurch 


Tin. 


olorl* black,,. 



homes. Those who lived 



o« Unit is Hit faith of ill tic Indians In I 
hingi of the C.itliollc truths ! A raiisiannr 
he minion of St. Luis Iter, who bad btipiisi 



he devil, aud drive out nil unholy thoughts. A 
ialtap, or governor, of oua or the rancheriaj 
imUioglj observed to ibe others, "Sets how thii 
'adrecbeMs us I Who bells vol thni the dcri 

o be done b>* dancing, as authoritcd bv Guinifr- 
ibioicb, he would depart ; but thai he will da id 

,j- 111,: llle.in, which .',- ,■.;-, I .If, no. lji-ll.-r,. !' 

Tbo others uuiIimI .villi Liu, ui hiiudni.r, m,.| „|, 
d anlniprejacd with ihe efflencj of such cert 

jut the toiddle of Dec-mhcr, \S23, a come 



lB3^a-iotbcrna.neeo. The Uttei 
he looth-oal. with it . dlroctioo If 
l, and. wa* risible, Ibougk faintly, 



:i|i("-t..| [ Utll || them aivnv from lb..- i..|.n, 

fiilumiij. Uibori sold that iha comet was Tacit, 
CblnlgrbTiiich, which wo< 



ilea, the Indiana were made to believp.th.it 
they would bo longcrbo subject 10 the nynUiii'".' 
of "the HUiiooa; that each family, or person, 
would lira separate, as colonists. Hal the Oov- 

.rf.ni.'iir, cori.-i.li-rinij ihcui unlit for such " "indl- 



TO THE FARMmG INTEREST! 
JONES & HEWLETT, 




HARDWARE, MINING, AND 
AGRICULTURAL 

I M I* LEMENTS. 




Attention, Hay-Balers I 

BALING-ROPE. 

MO COILS BOPEBIOa EASTERN BALE-ROPE, 

I*" ' JONEdVlll'.'ivi.i TT. 



1*1 ant Early ! 
Seed 1 Seed ! Seed ! Seed ! 

ft A LARGE AND HEW ASSORTMENT .mo 



"Well Cleaned Orx-aii 

FAN MILLS ! FAN MILLS ! 



IVIniiiici. Cordage. 

250 KgftS V^rM-HF"*' UAB 



CALIFORNIA WINE! 



tun Visei-abo, Lb» Aocelet Co , Ca!., ( 
Mired 21. Icfil. , 

ETN1 OFrES APPLIED TO BY ACQUA1N- 

1 iM.-l> llir.i.:[li..-jT i:.- Sljle (or BJ, WINE la 

Messrs. HOBBS, GILffiORE & Co, 

BAH FBANCIECO, 

Sly Sole and ExcIumIvo AgentH 



MO TT O 13. 
IN CONFORMITY 1YITH TIIK ABOVB CARD. 
■ bv (.ublie. arc iBfoimcd that ero, tho ■ ob«rlbars, ho»e 

w Ine OeXlazrei, 

h^ltl, orpo.UolboIlatlrc.id Ht„ul, 

I*UTtI3 WIIVESJ 

CONSISTING) OP 

Fort, Angelica, and White Wines 

ALL WARRANTED TO BB THE PURE 
JUIOR OF TUB OHAl'E, 
Which we -111 jell lo .juanllilc. to .all purebutH Ml 
op Lo ahlpplur. package, or ether" l.e. 

I1IIBH3, Dir.MCiRB A CO, 
lr Market Ureal. 0]>i~iilte the Railroad Depot. 



FKt'ITS, GRAIN', AND jVItODiJCE. 



IV otic e. 

rpHE COPARTHFTITI 



JAi IL K1CUAJ1D9. 



A. H. TODD & CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



PACIFIC 
FRUIT MARKET. 



wi:rsrj±;! 

1 CELLAR a ADMITTED « 



FRUIT 

Commission Dealers, 



Fruit-Growers. 

J, IIE'.IM HIM. & CO, 



SEED, PLANTS, ETC. 



To tlio Seed Trade 



J. M. THORBURN & CO. 

IS John street, 
NEW YORK, 



3C VEGETABLE, ^S 

Flower, Field. Fruit, 

TREE SEEDS, 



SEED WAREHOUSE, 

IMPORTER, 

WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DEALEE IN. 

Farm, Garden, Fruit, Tree, 

A.VI* AGItltM.Tl It VB, SEEDS. 



riii::-:. n rcoMIEB, HvACft'TItS, Gladiolas, 
LiLUJft, TULIPS, and other Flowering I'lnuU, 

Mo. 110 California itreet. 



Breeding'-Mares Wanted. 






Matbinu for tttukinc Wine. 
I^Svcenl Vi.lu..i:-!.- M \r ij inivj l„i W J HE-UAS1KQ, 

'HI. I'" -.•■-■■ . t.(ill>lr 1,1 m.klQS VVmc lo lli/lMM noli 

mwt rafid miooif, mu bo 0*1 uo .u|ilkuiun lo tH. tifflrf. 



H OT ELS. 

SPERRY'Si HOTEL. 

MtirpliT's Oamp. 

MTRE COMMODIOUS FIRE-PROOF BCILD- 
IN0. laioh arcelod bj tbe iohrcrlbor., at Mor- 
P b»>. be* beeo oleionlly (uvoi.bed throu t boav, 
•flertbo Btui noprofo'l "Tin, "od 11 eow rood, 

fil' i S ! *■ ii-'. ■" Ji r 'j V'l 1 o i U ^'Vi'-j ■ i i f- 1 V. litr.i'. ..,,■..., 
"Ulli Mil K)," or other natural curioiltfol tnlhail- 

,,..!...! '..'■'■: ■.■. .-"■; ■■•"■:, ;.:,.■, ■■ 

Tbe Bar Id ■lucked nltb Sno WUTBS, and the larder 

.|„ih j,l.-.i ..HI. .^-..T.r.Mi.ieli.nelt-'. m 

Si.. L ,.i.rrKu and .| 1 -|..,r t ,l.,ilyf>.i M-helurone Ilill. 

S a era in e Blii. Sluektoo, So dot*, and Col urn Ma. 

I' an. . "ti.lu u-urc .od IraojlodlaaoiU will Bod orerj 

iccvoiaiodaUoo fur tbolr tomf..rt 
v.|.:-,„ SFBER T \ PERRY- 

PRESTON'S PLACE 

Toraales Bay, Marin Co. 

M^ I WISH TO INFORM M\' FRIEND3 AND 

To p irilMHbiilnriDTBn f=w dlji* pioownitr In lb* 
coaatr,, thk loeallir has few Equals Ito^-Soiline, 
Fu-hlnv. Ilunlir,i...i :,..::.:. on iha £>, and 
Ocean Be*cb, no a.DOOJ the pi.Umel; nod ihcn all 
ban '-i.elaiBi"li.ibeCliiui.B»il. free »I cbir^o. Tbo 
[ihicetuiiu.ued I- u.il-- :..'.<;. r,l ir. ru I'u'aluma. *nd 

TQUf If Mto"* R J PRR1T0N. 

XJTVIOIV HOUSE ! 

Ootner of Slain and Center streets, 

JMOKEI.TJIvEIME HILL, 

Henry Atwood, Proprietor. 

M THIS SFLEMilD THFEE-STOKY ST0HE 
Baildioir. toogaak.io-Wiedlequal.lfnotsopB- 
rlor. to .be be-l [Intel, In .he M,.uB..i t, bu 
beta Ihurooebl, renovated >od ereaU, Im- 

SPLENDID BI1LIABD TABLE ADDED. 

The D1oIde-h»ot bai been divided Into |a Famllr 
Dinlnr-rcim oBd BMaurr.nl, bo'h b.irrl.Bul.hcd. and 
o,»lj ...,l clcsramlv furni.lii-d Tbe f u ro,.,r aill bo for 

P Tho parlor, and elurabtra haro all been thoroaehly 

do°r."v'rol7-nvr^fr;ons' ' 

The S[.u.« oil arrive and dooirt Dom Ibe "UNION," 
and for ibe occooiiood alios of travelers. Iho Uotua b> 
kentdHnallnltlie. 

The projirleior ov.lli himself of this ocowion lo s»j 
10 Iravolen to roulc lo tbo vaileus ploees o( recreation 

liaioj -ill bo sm.eil to make their .ojvurn at the Union 
[.leiinnt and afrooable. 

1TENEY ATWOOD. 
UokelDmno Hill. Ma, llib, I860. 30.3m 

DOWNIE HOTEL, 

South End of Durgan Bridge, 

Nevada street, DowmeviUe. 

W. BL DOWNEY, Proprietor, 

MWITII ISCREASED BUSINESS, t HAVE 
SSbiT" 1 fM '""" ' or •*™ m « tatl '>* »I 
Tho ilotel ha. Jart been painted, papsred. and 
coruelcd. from top tu btirioui ; and a largo number of 

added lo Ihe usoal nomeer. 

REDUCTION OF PRICES i 

Board, por neek 87 00 

Single tneah! 60 

Board and Lwljlor, per woek. S3 EO and 10 00 

Lodjion. per oiKh. -ib and SO coat. 

Llquonanil Cigar. I2ceala 123-3oi 

THE VERANDA HOTEI^, 

Corner SlaJri and Cbnrcb uln,, 
ZONE CITY, 

AMADOR COUMTY. 

MTHE TIHDEItSiaNED, FROPRrETOEa 
desire In invito Travelon lo their llotol, corB- 

,-,:., e.i iDro saacsunintti to all tbe Ml nine regions, 
and lo tho "BIO TREES, " «lcp n t thli Hotel 

DUDLEY 4 CUFFIH, 
20-3m Proprtolors. 

ST. aEORGE 

HOTEL, 

On S 1 o"Eurtli street, 

Between J and K streets, 

SAGIUUEST0 CITY. 

j. a. iiAiiup.rjDERfjii, 

J. D. DAVTOH, 

Warm Springs Hotel! 

Near tbo Slltiailon 8an Jose, 

fitoM Oakland, 

HKAUTIFUL PLACE OF i'.K- 
I |.„f.,L. I. .,„'.i|.,'. tuurUnhtaJT 

rat hdYiDIACm; lli^lr u .■■ll.iri ,1 ilrru.-. l..-inj unjurponed 
. ,.-.. L-y :li:. - i.l II,.' Ill 1 1 in- ao uirooilvi-Jj pUrooiud from 

qOl*ltea.luill,api-^Tl...lilii- r I', I. !lu.;,..i.]i ^'..■.■: i : , : -|,i.' l ,.,.. 
W*» LEWIS DBADT, Propriaor. 

Union Hotel, Sonoma7~ 

MBBEcTDARDT 1 0LAS3EN. HAVISO 
pnrohatod iha UNIOM HOTEL, of tho lata pro- 
prietor, Mr. A. 0. 0akes,are prop.rgd lo s \y a 
Ibe heit aoeoainjodallon. to tbo Iravollng public. [15-3m 

Jebb's Patent Churn. 

■■■■■■ | r-.l. : :| .-.,, . ... - , ... ;';..,.,;' , '.., '...' 

Uio.e Cbno. Ib.o by ,olil dlgjlo,, TUo, uolr oe^ to bi 
«" tobe.pp.oiod. * u 




Onnge <rr 


wnb T 


Uddi 






,,,„„„ 




dPntr 












Mid 


a fair 








which b.. 


ilhli f 










destroyed 












Bironr 


c-fra 


Woo L-Q now ten Al» 




Vit ire 1 


debud 


oJ.I 


PmI 




Secre 


> D d Age, 




Alloc iallon 






■Bo<ie<r'. 


report. 


ll !■ 


nn« 


poroph 





We alio inn a 


tij Goo pencil drowi 


■■Grent Pom-," don 


D by Mr. Cornlus, " | 


he li nn "arilst" 




highly oreditnblo 


i each. Tliuac mbo 


" mt '" °° r BW 


'aprogrcss should go 






> 11* 11 11 Iq., 

uke me of ibis pHinpbtet fro 

, Jo«p-«i» rf rtinuld become i 

^So'lMj-, a. il truuld *'Ld bio. Id Iblt 



the- sheep. Let ll 


We k nuw fr 


It; they will (odd 
ncalnlllheywanl, 
ore. Wo rewind 
t, Bliby .', r..,, of 


nmooc frMtlt 
Uie , «' B ''' C " ,r 
«1ll ommuiil 



ctlre clip lb. p^nt MM-- fa *J 
pounds, and mosily fair wool: 'N* °' 
excellent one, many anlmnis B lri ''i! 

lie pounds cadi ; one Buck twenty-l™""'' 
oihor tmnty-avo pounds. F'°'° 
Intnbi, four pound* eneb j 



health on .pecinl occasions. For Wol"en 
tended for the next Spring; market they W°™, 
fall llienring, na It give 
oojens*, «ud rosulU bolter h 
ibemblei. 



Si-" 



THE CALIFOENIA^FAIMM: 



STATU BIKMAST. 



HIt two lb™™* S*!!"" "t ""i 00 r "» Qn F* e "" 

hhb ««-«*. „_„ 



Tne StooU ot Alia Calito 
tffcte latl work. Among Ihi 
L |b« pasjago of a rcdOlutiaD 



tslabliab a Ftm> 

.1.11 notau 



UwVlMjiilicllaJ Toe Sup «aj* thai he and anolntr 
-wlem... ..f VtolS. broogb. In Si Q»ll "4 » '"I ol 

ifco pn-Jnct urt-o Jars' (""Hog. 

of Ibo Apple-Trwa in Contra Costa hire 



Rabbi 



Fruit 

TDt £NrctmT7 
TalSo 



iIlyeaBiEW 1 ,B lho °' 



at Nov 



appear 



II,,. i 



in Ibll Stall m.kH I 
tni'L'l'.r Dispatch has 



Patriotism— Love o( Country. 

on, and the glorious Stun and Slriees, "ill 
alow 10 lho world many noble ewmples of Iruo 
patriot!™ worlhj lho cause, oar patriot soldier. 

SV0 eSpOOBcd, 

The ordinary newppupcr reports do not convey 

i us many of tlio striking cases where Ibe men 

lay tbntr all upon ibe altar of their coantry— no 

only learn of a/tnatit enthusiasm Tor Ibe cause. 

Wo have, however, a letter from one of tile Cap- 

1d our armj at Washington, which is foil of 

ruo and notilo spirit tbnt speaks tbe true 

patriot. The latter was oerer intended for Ihc 

public eye, but n» prevailed upon the brother 

e la allow ns lo give il to our raiders, reeling 

iSdeul it would aoimuLe them rcitb that luvc of 

intrr, so iniporlnnt In this grot nnd lr 7 in B 

period of onr counlry's history and trials. 

Tbe writer is Capl. Henry B. Todd, now, as will 

brother a Captain, and fonr nephowa in the army, 
each and all full of lose an.d devotion to Ibelt 
L-unnrrT end its cause; each nnd nil Uurlng 

cosiness, (o do bailie for the Stars and Strip 
Cnpt. Todd gave up a prosperous business, and, 
he writes, ho leases H.lber, mollier, wife, child] 
—all arc laid upon 



A Whole, Bee bo Bpontal 
Tnta was the cry of many of our eUiiens 
past week, as e> " Great Slack Fil 



farcin ( 



c fulut 






thocitlieol 

lis Block Fish is J All our harbors nnd coasts 
ro more or less visited with .Bloc* Arli, nnd wo 
opo wherever tlmy go they will meet lho snme 
uc— feel lho harpoon of the " eipert" wnlcbmno, 
nd snon be tried op, and bs roadn to "blubber" 
jr their intrusion. 
Tberisltnf this mooolor of lho deep has been 
,ado quite nn erent ; thousands uf uur old Cali- 
jmlaosbaro for tbo fir,l time " seen a wbnic," 
llbough many bad seen Ibo " elephant." 
The present visilnr Is whnt II called the common 
lumpback or Black Fish, and presented lo the 
gate of the many as great a curiosity as bus ever 






.o Ihi Oi: 



hn<h 

Great 

Gu and black 
le," without a 
:k j the " New 






, at Kolcht'i Fcrrji 
nalei. The load was 
lOf.ctured by W. P. 

tbe u.'i r.i *:;:.". 
,: "Tom Meoney, of 
may safely- claim 10 



■d by Ibe gi 
..de lo the 
re hindered by 



!>i. Benry Todd Is a brotb 

.commissbn-nierrhiin., of 

Todd k Co., by whose kindness 

ly what relates to onr cou 

sample worthy of all praij 

Todd be proud of such brother 

lie times that " Tries men's si 

8e 
My Dear Brolber— It Is n lon[ 
bare heard directly from you, 



' Ton taluable Clydesdale Hoi 
Mil, belonging to Job Johuta 
night, by tie bornloi; of too st 



■ 1 1 ... 1. 1 1 :. .- fin is supposed to be tbi 
r itjlo of Stamp Envelopes, dilcring 



f whnlo, and describes them 
ireenlnnd While," without a bm 
■n the back ; tbo " Iceland W 
rack fin, and wbilish oo Ibo 1 
Ingland Whale," with a lump on the bacti ( 
" Whole with sir lump 

;ar the tail; the 'Pike-headed Whale," and 

Bound-lipped Whale." 

All these differ from each other in figure 

ieir names imply- They differ also aomcwhi 

iclr manner of living: the Fin Fish faavb 
larger swallow than tbo rest, being more ae 
slender, and fierce, and living chiefly oo herrl 

compared to tbo " Cachalol" (Sperm), 
,ons tyrant of the deep, Ihey appear ban 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

First I»ir©3a3±«jaa 

SEWING MACHINES 

ARE ACKNOWLEDGED 

— TO BB — 

FA-R. SUPERIOR 
To All Oilier* In Use. 

II C JIAYDEX. Agont, 



id I had though 



c company of men, most of whom I can re 
i in a couBicl. We are encamped back 
bingtoo, up the Potomnc — not on tbe Virgin 



I l-: •- 1 1 v B. Todd. 



il 



RACES!! RACES!! 



eV/KETDTABEa 



Ik Trim 'nil by l-i-liii..r,r. 



aWEtPriTAKM 



id gentle. 






with c 









Blacky was sold for $1,000, and drawn op on the 
-a" at Ticbenor's Dock, foot of Second street, 
bown for several days, under a large tent In 
idering eyes." We made the " sea monster" 

present. There has probably from three lo four 
thousand persons visited this dark mass of blub- 
ber, so that It was a pretty speculating 

This animal was i& feet In length, 35 bet in 
circumference, and 13 feet dinmcler across the 
hndy, near the eyes. Lance boles were seen where 
he was pierced, nnd tbe haipnnn uud rope Mill 
attached shows tbe cansc of bis dcatb. There Is 
n wound in the body, supposed to bo from that 
great ooemy of lho Whale, the "SwordBsh." 
Large barnacles were firmly liied lo bis body. 



osity ; 



is Ibo i 



:0l a 



I egg, a 



oubly 



Brery Boot that pleads t 
Lire" should be coiled a ( 

his highest happiness. 



t tbi 



reo and OLhcrvU- 
° "oat lima Ibo latter will not I 
r-Cino il lo bo titled In at lea 






: Bed I 



f Beae, 



iPhilliiu, of tbe Oak Oi 
itiingupioillfor Ibri 
blotto Bogar-Cane. He 
or three large Eetds of lb 



i eld. Tbo jaw 

th wns sufficiently large to admit 

Ik iu without taking off Iboir bats," tl 

as Jonah did probably. 

ic moutb was gaarded by tbo bones t 

I, which arc the strainers fur the deli a 

is delicate majesty of the briny dee 



IMPORTANT! 



WEI ll.VVfc". TO-DAY SlADEl 

EEDOGTION IN OOR PRICES 

O O^-L OILS! 
Machinery Oils 
CAMPHENE! 

....AND.... 

TXJRP»E]SrTI3S"E I 

STANFORD BROTHERS, 

CaliforEia street, near Front, 



t™rtSS"o 


evsri 


B%SS? 


y i'Zll 


dambj- 


"■S^ 


Hopper 1 .) 


eb e Dallj by 


Belmoot, 


am Julia 










Wim.ra«>D 4 


SinUjSS' 


Itr" [ Vo(m«io l t» , M™«^ *™ 










.h ib I..T-....' 










CoL™ E >iL.lb 




oharn'.) eb 


Bm L1i>olnt:uLl by 


C * r ir™'uuj.™S ! i**(i'i L 


sT^ro'.) h c 


HsrUwa 


byBIUy 


Joh^'j™^" 


'\. V 8 'oi 




H&\ K 


a of loo 












Third •><■>- 


Vcdiiesdar 


Oct. 10 














For. 


etia Dor- 


1l.nt"l°r 


Oct. IT 






9Wt;EP~T*KEa 






For .-,11 ■.;-'. 






Soralf 





KorloaJdltfOlT: 



IlanJirnp Pur-e *-,™, Kirance lea pet ccnl, addi.d, Uorsea 
, be iMnOTeiojKd by the Judges. 



book from A. Roman 
cily, bearing the lllle 
t as an Inraliiable aid 



'Country Lire." Wi 

u every dweller in the country. It 

•oak as sbauld be in tbe library nf 

>nd dweller in the country. 

Tbo tolarae to which wa refer h 
I.'-.': ■ ■ i" « ■ -.- -. i- eight hundred pages, 
lation of every branch or Rnrn! A 
Gardening in crery department, Farming, Orchard- 
ing, Vine -growing, nnd Ornamental and Land- 
scape Gardening, with eouulless cots to llluslr.ui 
•Terj subject treated ur, together with beautifu 
lllostraliooj of some of the finest residences in tbi 
Hew En gland and Middle States. 

The author of Ibis work, IL U. Copelond, Esq. 

of Beater Brook, Belmont, near Boston, Mats,, i 



.gentler. 



K, 



lb. Southern co. 
*S[«crc<(. Tbo 



"A LtTTLt 


Leifes Lsimiio rns W 


' Lowr."— G-jni 


yeast is an invaluable agen 


Biaking good 


aread, and II is nne of lho 


desirable agei 


is in the domestic economy. ' 


are hundreds 


of kinds or "yeast powders, 




ones oomparatleely. "Board 




rf are now rJasseJ as the ■ 


ders," and we 




y.j.i bread. 


We have many witaeuea to 


Superior esq. 


enee. J. C. Wlnano nn Cull 


■Istei, Is age 


t for tbeir sale. 


Bn'r -T...T 


vocb Wu»iT.— Go buy your • 


stone" now ; 


leiUrhftltit nn band. Many 




eland has laid fallow ine pasi 


mrr.rc now 


preparing In plant. Blu<-<l 


lit W&fi( tl. 


:is planted Is our raotlo; 


aUT-eon.1 nl.il 


only the pural and bill mi 


rindlhe Ilirv 




were^l-r .'.n 


profitable. Redingion. k Co 


bine- to. .. 


Cullfornla maoafuctuio. 



Ltical knowle.lj-^ liq.1 i.l..i. 
1 Landsciipe Gardener w 
knuwn him |ieri.jn:illy fui 



—Persons wlshiog 
city rurcsblbii 
il Ben Pi 



TO FARMERS 



OPHB UNDEnslUNKB \H£ 

FEEFABEB TO WATCB ADVAKCE5 



malting "light" c 
isonlytbcfulGlmeD 
lho strange parts t 



.1," quails" bar 
Prnpbesy tells of Gi 



was balk" by " 
9 had lha "Incus 

In many parts of o 



credited, especially our neighbor's reports ol 
the » Alia," about her very interesting fimali 
tiitiory. And surely there is one indisputable 
evidence more about Ibis being tbe Promised 
Land nf great things, for none will doubt but thai 
like tbe days of Moses and the children or Israel, 
the " Golden dill" has a goodly portion of wnr- 
shippers. So we ibiuk with all those evidences. 



Cnlifijrnia Is, indeed, I 



FRIENDS IN LIVERPOOL, 
OK TEltV FAVORABLE TERMS, 

PA uti CUL AILS WILL BE FURMiaity:!) ON APPLl 



UNION FARM 
AND PLANTATION 

MILLS. 
TO If^JR-IHEItS, 

Stock-Raisers, 

-ANI>— 

STABLE KEEPERS, 

PARTICULARLY INVITED TO 
EXASIIKE TOE DULL 

WE ADVFJtTlSE ABOVE. 





stable is tbe best place. Many years' eiperlenee 
0( his profession. 


: 




The Vain* ef Eleetropithlo Tteatnunt. 
[sv™ii.P«cifc»'..«.^.] 


., 


r 


•S:"|k-iVJl ; ' : ::;.':v ; V:';":r?. 


; 




The Best Chnvn Known 




ll 


Jebb's Patent Churn 1 

;^;V:;?::';r;;:,:;l 1 ;:y : "i:; l r,r:?\!i;:; 




id 


GARDEN-EMGINE J OR SALE. 




ed 


1 FINK OAHDEn-tNniMK. OP CPACITY TC 





Another Hetd nf Nobis Etoak fo 

'..IU ...I I' mi lij'i ; |i J. :•'■■ i-il-cl 



LAMOT & COLLINS, 

Leaders and Introducers of 
FjVSHIOHSTS 

FOK, HATS! 
1 ana J stu., 



|H P.ONEER ^ 

Biding' Academy, 



THE BEST BIILIL. 

EVER OFFERED TO TUB PUBLIC. 



Tbese Mills Were Awarded the 

FIRST PREMIUM! 

—AT THE— 

State Fair at Sacramento, Bay District and 

mechanics' Fair, in Ban Franoiico, 

and at the Santa Clara Fair. 



-j Doo Sheep tor 8sle. 



it perfect podljrHft. *■«" 



■icaine, lo "Wen* 



AtJAIIKSIV «r. 



.il Tneadayr, Thnndaya, 



.i EVEUV EVEKIHO. li 



North Point Dock Warehouse, 

STORAGE 



V711. T. COLEMAN * CO., 



raiiy All Your 

SILVERWARE 

,...,.0F 

t xj c m e n, j 



Mill complete, With Bolt for Family 

Flour ..---. 5 
Mill complete, without Bolt - • 
Extra Orinding-surfaeeB, per set 



Greene, Heath & Allen, 

SOLS AGENTS FOR 

California, Oregon, and Washington Territory 

SlflBartj. KEEP & BIIIGGS, 

PHOPBIETORS OF THE OLOBE FOUNDBY. 
QTOOKTON, 
ARE OUR BULY AUTHOrtrZED AOEHT8 FOR THE 
1 SALE OF TBKBR MIL LB. 



WOOL ! 

Pnrohosed at the Highest Market Bntei. 



BUY ALL YOUR 

J E ~W E L R Y 

OF 

TXTCI£:iL.Iit » 



—fHB OAL gg^^^ 




Ijta ny iiu <*#-"■— "—- — - ■ _ 

Fm tbe (old. '!■» O'M. »■; '""■ 1 '7: 



Deeply Lbny lbs 

numbly «i"0|r f " 

To dime! them 


Ills gulitnn 


As w( gather to 
Leluimll, oiwou 

To display oar 
BaiseourbcarUi 

F«r m Ilca.eoly 


curl. Fair (' 


Though no blood 
rebvd by priest 


rg«i^boii« 



□ dimes fear (hut in Ibe great effort, whic 

■ Influence, tbo responsibilities of Iter pn 
ration nro loo both overlooked. Whil 



for the cerei and labors of tho wife and mothe 
assuming these relsliool, I ennoot but feel Ml 
bolhfoTlhem and tbe yonog irdrdoridll «bo or 

anxiety eonneeled wita tbe faftbfnl discharge < 
Maternal Daly to appal the toon matore and en 
lightened mind. Hub- momentous the results of 
mctbit'a instructional Bar great her Influent: 
for good or aril, both for lima and eternity 1 Yt 
iriib wbot reckless indifference we see cbildre 

often unprincipled, norsea ; while tbe raotber, 1 
whom God hoa lenl them, it (pending her time i 
■.orselbeuJdlco 
■n.r .. T aiA 



>1 start 

i!- lied, nhkb ■-■ ■ to roe more impressl 
doien eerraoni, I will let mj 

1 was recently lilting in 1 
betels, when a gentleman 
comrMinicd by a tine inlelU, 



before tbe . I -- 1 . ■.- « =i r-- of Ibe bonl 



lately b 



S 



ogle glut 



a done you good." Tbe 1( 



lo real Mm. 
ably havo paa 



peocd to took rewards the i 
lllerc, sieidylog and balai 
load of the iriltnt, wbicb 



migbt have been Ibe objec 
alas I bow fallen 1 



vat making to deep an Impression on my own 
mind; but propriety forbade, nod I could only 
breathe a nlth, ibal Ibe brave youth might always 
find bis own L-lr.:r,,.[|,, villi ihc .lij of Ibe SIoH 

"oiP'otioii^hm tbe pernicious eiamnlc of bis own 



veil it 



iP Laws of Life and 
hjaee to physiological 
, duly m remain *u. 



ipbis wbic 

body, but sustulned by a healthy one S 
■ , w for tbe queilion of heal:b and due- 



n.J h 



i,,i..]y raise Ibe I 



argument." 

inJ.if yuu 


IL, il 


".. 


ovin 






L.J 






















.b.v 




*■■■' 






















fterwi 




'■' 








nad. 


craiy penon 


::. 


i,:i,r. u 


': 


M« 


",e".o 


tb- 1 


U.U 


n fn 







Lr-jL-, hfAinir-.ii, u'.i.ii li- 
tiv doty I Tb. 



ase or Health Reform 
. nlleviino tbe auOVrit 
c people ho« tboy re 



just what Ui-ullU-reform- 

■. nurkinR hard, broking 
ecd. And they Kill renp. 



01B0UL4TI0N OF THE FABHSB ^^ 

s often urged: tho friend) of " " 



rt d.....b.ci™i..... -..—.»--■■- J 

Old StnlC and Europe, so tent we might 
l„,„ llnlfl ,i«l of good, end help to ioereaae the 
population of California, and thoa make the binte 
more prosperous. 

Wo have often published strong Letters, Irom 
various Slates, proving the good our Journal is 
doing in making our Slate truly known io oil bei 
rMl [ES ourcca. We now ask uf oil who feel " 
d sire lo hove our State double her population, 
,e Frier-Is 






Witii o d 

foroia know, 
confident llii 
■u FjSUBB 

!■ n|.lr. Iln: 
seitloin: no 



For eight Cop 
fSacb Copy t< 



i>sco-l II lotbeii 
mi for all Clot 
o tompe: 

iniTlVdMpiiroii 



riANOFOBTBS, 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 

Musical Instruments, 

AjenU fof Ibo celebrmled ai««f«tiiroi». 

*. 11. Caic & Co., New York, 

C. Meyer, PhllndelpUla, 

T. Gilbert, Boston, 

«e PIAH03 tbej COHiTAKTLY keep on bmod, 
FOR SALE AND TO RENT. 

Pianos and All Other Instruments 

TUNED AND REPAIRED. 



MRS. LIZZIE W. WARREH", M. V. 

ELEOTftlCMW ART) '■ 



ked, dejpicnbl. 

been done wit 
"Tbe hnrl of tt 
'his is proved 
proved by tbe via 
ore find Ibrougoul 
tendency of the pi 
BfeotT at moral 
the very wblrlpoo 



done, 



. Henlih-n 



indeed I What 
bal gay imogii 
blime ideal gi 






of right? '-Too 
ild dreams of tbe 









i, if a 



.on; andyci, with a mi.dire. 
offer id bis ymith e,nd ine.pei 

Will tbe 

as? 



solicitod*, could 



:r light, when 
i n,ia bome-i 
ser <u lo fort 



r play, with blm tbe mno, 



nany of tbo young 



>tV with Ilim Ton 
Ibis work lie will 
: osk? '-If Got 
.-oiostasl" Wev. 

nnjVpirl^u'eoll 
:r over the dark li 
je, tbot tbey moy 
Truth, Health, od 



mir Food o» Lira.— The affet 



BASCIIE -St SOIVS, 



ESTABLISHED I860. 

AGENCY 

OF TUG 

Mission Woolen Mills 



FAWILT DI.HMKBT3, mil 
MACKteMvi- " 


of Ibe lltdatON 




GOLDEN ETATEOENT 
OVEB3illBTd, varierj of 


LOU G-S BAWLS, ^ 



EDUCATIONAL. 



STOCKTOIV 
I^eiutale Semiiiai'y. 



IBM II," cli-,iitt- ..I Br. CYllUa CO! 
», r..„ lv ,-.-,a InA-n. will coram. 



S 






Classical Soliool 

FOJl BOYS. 

We hnre laWbllibwl m Dtpsrlm.',]! lor tloj--. T'l^raono 
.l-Ti:lj 111- ,;m- <:• In rl-i- J"' ■ " n . I ■ [).;>>.., 1. n™r. F«n!cul»r 

^- m , ° DA OTUTfa COLLINS, A.B., frinetprt. 



SANTA CLARA COLLEGE. 

TnE TENTH ANNUAL SESSION OF THIS H 
Elltutlon willwmnicnoeoo MONDAi, AuEurtHh 
Tbe plot of io^rucliun embraces two re; ul:n ■"■.arj'-i 



D. NOECROSS. 
. 1-14 Baciamento street, 



LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. 

■fbi.. Lt-ii.tf lh= ..uly r....-..I.Lf I.A..IES 1 Dana* Talli- 
U |,..i. l; . . ■ J . e , _. ibo lnr,;esi ns^rtraeoi and best style Roods 
"lluvioc jo't vliitcd the East, and enmplelea oil our 
"r'nnu^lutTuDorF'L!^ 

,n.|l m .i..ll.i.:i, l r..',| uori.i'iif rry.ilit-roby l....-,^ 



UNDER LINEN. 
HOSIERY 

UNDER CLOTHING, 
id mil Goods In onr Hoa. 



,1 TllliI 



],:,[, |,;, v. 



many ibat ore full, and 



.i i\f 



hantbal ...... 

ud good for nothing; are like one tbut' is stiirv- 
ig to death. With such persons, while ibe heart 
i filled, tbe bouse is like a palace, hpnn which 
be tuu-llght reals by day, and ..bote glancing 
rlndowsmnke artificial day at nlghr,— [Ocecber. 

Fairai» H ii-_Do not lb 



Binuda by yon ■ 
you find sueb o being mi 



GOLD, SILVER, AND STEEL 
S;ip©ot£iolo.s, 

Wllb Iba best quality ef Otaases. and lbs oolubelmtc 

iRAZII i AN PEBBLES. 

ST Ell rlOSC OPE 3 AND V1KW3, ETC. 
Itmrt lffl|«rlrn or J" -= ]ili nodgera .v Sons, 

Pocket-knives, Razors, Scissors, &o, 
- OLASSEi fitted to Framet, nod KEP.Mlt 



PRICE REDUCED! 



. 



from our ob-u youtbfu! rccolltclLons, n are free 

10 Sly tbat Upi'l Irnj3i-f.l nod lily-ivbii.- h lii<I; ar'i 

«nt«ofpro^tLc,1Lii,i(._lL-J ! !f 'l^|,[,iycdbyayoung 

""' "■- h "' r 'i 1 " 1 i»"v ■■■! i'l'"'" I'-ti. <: ii :,],: 

is foil of ru KL ;. .1 «,, c tit rice, im-l that Lhe uiont 
loiniu, r„miinLic, and delicate people must II. „ 
on coolied or olherirlte prepared food, nod in 
homes kept clenn and ilily by inrio>iNi,n; I, .ml, 
And for ell tbj nrMlic.1 oo. r o.e. of married li!e 

11 i> fjenerell) found lli.n l„r „ iHi.bnnd 10 sil and 
ptt.t anir-'i .aper fia K er. , D d mykendj.or 
foratilfelo ell and be loolied at end admired, 
doe* not make tbe pot boll, or pat the .im.illot 
piece of food Ibcrein. 



..— I i tbo diamond la found lo 11 
ie mine, as Ibe Liodilnlng >booU *! 
■•bes fruoi lbs gloomiest clond, r 
nesi frenneuily proceed from a hen 
thy deepen roebmcholy. 



double 



o I. .11 i, 



paek tn>™ with oplce and cloves, and cover wit 
good pickling vinegar. In a. W ,elt y 0n vtlll bat 
mj dellcato and flne-OoTored a picklo u evor vro 



HYDRAULIC HOSE 

MAN UFACTORY. 



SEWED WITH FOUR SEAMS 
for IS Cento per Yard, 

GCAIUNTliRn TO HTAN1) THE PREBOUnE OF Ol 
HONDRED FEET PALL ANP LAST A3 LOHO 
AS TDli DUCK, 



■■iTi;!oi.,rL. rL-liniTiVila r»lir*Mt il°l" 1 S".cKl, ( J' U ™ r ,K *" n ' 



LAWRENCE & HOUSEWORTH. 

OPTICIANS 



G37 eiay Street, 



MASON! C_R E C A L I A . 

:LU8 LODGE, 

R. A. CHAPTER, 
CUUMCIL, 

K S I Q H T 3 TE11PLARS 
n full s.ls or >Iuk1o sell far Indlvloaal momben, man- 
..wo™ al AiUnVi s\ " r ," u ^ rll,r onalliyond vinrk- 
'■ r '-- | . l | ; , ] l i " fll 1 oJ '*i | bCk.lumas T G'bnrl.,Qavlbt, Ligbti, 
Cbnpio™ „nd' Cobbouj fomlsbad with Babe., and a 



D. NORCROSS, 

NO. 141 SACRAMENTO STREET, 



R. J- DEVINE & BRO-, 

P R E 91 1 P BI 

Marble "VSTorlug, 

K street, bcLwetm Sixth and Seventh streets, 

8AOSAMENTO. 



Orders from the Country promptly attended to 



BUY ALL YOUR 

WATCHES 



OF 

t tt ok; a 



Board and Tulrlo 



Vneatlona, if spoolatiboColleue 3S 

N.B.—Wben there are more tboo l«o brolbere, eni 

one over mo pe.T« only bolf prlco. 
Use of TnstrumoDU la Checilitry and Nolural Pbllos- 



■pbj, Voeil Mu i-, i-i.o... ' 



HUNTER'S 
GRAIN SEPARATOE ! 



?CI! 



TnE GRAtS fiBOTEES OF THBPA- «» 
(IFIO COA^T b^vo *ow on opportunity *»y 

.ever before oQered them of cleaning Ihuit _0» 

Tbe uodor.-ljnri oould Oder thorn bis 

NEW CRAIN SEPARATOR, 
Patented April 9tli, 1SG1, 

:ImplementseverinvenleJ. Slo-'tard, 



Kuli-b. Chc-j.l 

.,,...!.'.■ I ir- 

idillon. 



■ly, I, 



„■ ibo '. 



Tb... ImportAnoe of tbia Iroph 
me a, ae tbo 

1 1ST O KE A.S E3D 



PAT FOE A MACUISE. 



bihlionoofbisMaol 



every Oroin-Qronar 
iCED UB T11K[K VALUE 



loESTS— J. n. ABTEIDB A sys, s,,n Kruni^o 
■ I KONNJ-.n .', C'.l, ;,m J„„ Foundry, San Jwa- 
HKN'liV I'ADE, N,,^ 
J I.KllilH, Jul.on 
BAKEK & HAMILTON, Steeklon nod 



PACIFIC TIN-WOBKS, 

^. O. ^.TJSTlUt 

TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE- 

Plain, Fancy and Japanned Ware, 

sTOVES AND BTOVE FDBMITBKIi, ENAMEiS" 

WABB, TINHED IBOH WABB, COFFEE-IUIJA 

FBV-PANS. BAKE.0VEK8, Ae.. *o-„. ir(K 



THE NEW PATBHT KILK-PAH, 

OR -DAI urn AID'S DELIGHT.* 

REPAIRINO-Dooela .■,-.,, v., .,. io» u »m mod mllM 



ie fat a Bomettend 






BUY ALL YOUR 

COLD ORNAMENTS 

Of 

T U OSBZtl 



ntt. 



THE CALIPOKNIa FABMBR 



39 






J of tbcMibil 


fa* iMlllilj M, 












«pl*H bed. 


Unit 








whr.0 the bonr. 


BO joTtblljr by, 








0U. IT..I 




wSJ'nlSd!" 7 ' 
















l„-,k|,.iv.lh. 


lb* Fjtb« Wight 


Wort 


llt.jM.Af-r 


















i. 1. iui'1 !!,■ t-ir, ar,d tbt old and jirany 


























clothe Potior Field. 




un will In Ma 














illfeberattaigfal. 


























And. 


'™ , * Mn 


r.U. 



An 


dotb of Jons J. WuiTtir*.— Tbfj tell tbe 








Mu.k,r 




* "'"■' 


. ""':;" 


° 'w *n ii" 


cling wi 


bnftir.,,1 


,„.., 


a Mr. Vil- 




«'ha it also *m*m- 








lull! tb* 




he*... 










btr. ,v 






uird icb 






li at !'.. 


uraouib, tor 


ashed h 




he lb., 


ghl it » 


s wuctlj- in 




c wilblue 
























n, (be 11 


o arrived si 
















■-.I,! : 


M ME!, i 








liwbe 


thee ipo 




ul U u ai 


.oiuuf. 


A 


ergTni..n 


»biie walk 


UR ll.C 


ect of a 
















B foil U II |1, D 


Li.-i-l Hi.. 




*»frll 




.he wlbnt 


of .ship 




...J t 




f. "War don 


L von Ink 


a alica oil 


COSM 


)?' v.. 


kCd-llkr the 


ColancL quickly ra- 














e (. [>.irl 


or jw ch U 






ib.it 


bject. 




ng nior 


lo say on 



bf| no J laporun of fcA. 

* HARNESS,^* 

S addles, jBrlcaies, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE -WARE, & C . , 

Ho, 68 Battery street, 

Corner d Richmond, 

SAN PRAFCISCO. 
HARNESS of all Ha Principal MmlraTi in too United 
Sum. A!m. SOLE AQEHI8 far Pacific Cont, for 

HILL'S CONCORD HARNESS, 

"Wholesale ftni Retail." 

riH = T PREMIUM AWARDED MAIN ,*_WI» ; 



;j HanLCu ud 1I441DJ ElHiUci. 



East India Tea Store. 

ESTABLISHED IN 1B57. 

631 TVasUiDgi-oix street, 

Nearly ocpallo M»?n In ' - Open Bonn. 




GEO.M.SiMITH&CO 

DEALERS g&'QLBStVBhY IN 

Choice Clreen and Black TEAS 

Of China,* ud J.picou production; 

COFFEE, STTGAR, AND CHOCOLATE. 



THE VERMOIVT 

SEED-SOWER AND REVOLVING HARROW! 

FARMERS, ATTKNTICCSTI , 

Wllb tbli machine, uji ptnon Ihni can manage a pair of ho™, can perform ib« oporatlan of 

Seeding- and Harrowing at the same Time. 

Ik adajlau la -b. wterf AM. KINDS OF OiUIN. «d f ly.pl... d h, .be oaf. ^WJ*^™ 

IT 18 .SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION, STRONG, AND DURABLE, 

Jo.tlho mplemanttba Farmer need, at lhop»»nl Umo, to enabla htm lo ml» Orala proE.ablral ">e prn- 
li'nuHHiatM Iti nut appearance un the Pacific Court. For Mia l>r 

SHAFF, DURKELL it CO., 

SanFrBnrlroo.Sept.10.lS61. 2 



FURNIT U RE! 

BEDDING! 




IJjmwbm 

if"." "in T.ci, tin? i.iiiy | lin"". ■.,:.,"„ ib'jaB t» DbHlnnl In 
■I - ! - - - 1 r | .ii.lv 1. HI I!." l.,-:i!i,--, aiiur- II,- II..- >•:,' PI ;.-.:■ 




SELLING, MARX & CO., 

nave re-opened the 

Extensive Furniture Waierooms, 

FORMERLY OCCUPIED DY 

J. G. CLAKK & Co., 

No. 510 Washington street, Up Stairs, 

HAflKET. 



BOARDMAN, GRAY & Co. 

ALBANY, N. Y. 




ELEGANT ROSEWOOD CASES 

GOOD AND_DUEABLE. 
"VV-VTtlt ANTED I 

8EISTB FOE CIBOULARS 
GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION. 
Il.ivin.- no Accntln CjlTi^oia, *a will toll dlr«t 10 
the pnblia at our 

Very low Wholesale Cash Bates, 

! L\i ,''.' f !-'.i!'.n '. 

614.7, Jicd 7 I.; ,sl.™. -il r..r,ri, IO , ra m.hoj-1.0 
Ibolateimprur.ujccw. nlfwni S175tu«00 aceorain. 
In Sim nod Flolill. L.rao DUiBaU DJ»do lo UASE 
BIlTBilS. 



BAILEY'S PATENT 

COMBINED 

WASHING AND WRINGING 

MACHINE. 




mms MJKIilNB IS ADAfTED TO ALT. KIHDS OF 



TWO SPftlNQ ROLLS COVEftED WITH ROBRER, 




THE CATARACT 

Washing Machine 

AND WRINGER. 

Rubbing and Wringing Done Away! 

THIS MACHINE 



REMARKABLE 
FOR THE 
'$ FOLLOWING 

QUALITIES 
WHICH IT IS 
WARRANTED 



Tne Oily GcirlAiun — Dr. Fwoklin, in one of 
hi, ii.ii, (., K i,, ■l.i.i, 1, In..! with him an Lruelr 






Uu-ll.ni T,.ir.-T,.ke e WUJ J, 
•lb.r birg., u|. c u read, and nil | 
third, viib .....r. Thee put In a qo« n iit r nf old 

l.)n,. ;.-.-,,,„ ,. ,,,! .( III..- 1 ,..., l„ ,i,.. Ar ,| 

DthL n< ir Hi- hire. Tbo ISee-M'jlbi or 

■ ill l.-f,r!...:i,,l l,y the shock odoi 

Ep into Ue reit.l anil be unauli 



li Br i* ding-Stock. 




v" """ "'"'"Sa™" 



T TJ O I£ E K. I 



5TE IF 'O JR ,NIA;_JAB2iEE. 



remark: 



bcndmlllcd, certainly, tb 

wTo do not" come forward armed "cup "'pit." J' 
up the battle as vanquished. 

To Mr. Moore, M ao lmportM of Seed, nt shall 
look for Lis side of Ihe Kpml»nl»i to Br. Sw] foi 
hia side , and we sbn.ll bo rendj to givcnnd rccelv. 
[rom bolb. 

It will bo remembered that Id oui 
Bcoinat the injury inflicted upon California 11 
„k orScod, the raising 3*fl of «" "ind. p,< 
moiufy bad inflicted a very great injury, nud 
among nil thn raisers of Seeds wo could . 
honorable mention of Messrs. Smith and Sm 
Sncmmtoto, and Mr. D. L. Perkins, of Air-—" 
the only persons who bud given tbnt 
jcieniiEcand jusl ntloutloo to tbo busi 
its importance demanded, and to these 
and tbeir efforts wo have c 




FARM STOCK, fco. 

fiipicnaia Bucks I 
CRTSTAlTPAIiACE 1 



Well Bred Stock For Sale. 



pacific Mail Steamship Company's 

St< Louis, £C8& 



s fimdaV, *"■■ **■ lsc: 

At O ofdntki A- & 1 " pooetusllr, 

FOB. F-a-KT-AJMCa.. 



11AV1XG A LABOB IlHEEDrKU STOCK OF 

SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, 

SOUTHDOWN SHEEP, 
TH0B0UGH-BBED TB0TT1NG HORSES, 

....AT.... 

"WOODBUBN FARM," 

Those, d-lrou. of purohulng, «« >» "» IM " *'" 

AidTrov »"l **»•"•'" Cattle. 

B AITCHESOS ALEXANDER, 
nrlne Station, Woodtonl Cmilr, «r 



Ihongbt that Ihorewlllproboblybi 
f« lis Am Inline nntkeL 

Tlieibip nerjHof lb. Mi 
ing tor Liverpool, earrjing 
Prnoliliu HiTon, for lbs • 
in 000 ski Wheal in addition 
bark Oregon -111 rl.sr to-ds, for By-law, "lib 3«5 
or it. Floor, MM «k< Wheat, 1000 -k. CW. nod 30V 
rt.D.rley; lb. -hole valued at or.r SH00O. Ton 
iblp Western Sur is now li 

lit; for Loudee. The ibip Si 





old 


I " 




an with Go 


no ft 




blood 


„ E Groin in 
tcelpH of P 


Hoe 


rlor 


The 






m Grits 


ME Flonr, 1 






Rarity 


14,445 ski; 


O.U, 






Ml Iks; Middli 


K". 


100 sk 


; Beioi, T5 


sks 


On! 


TOM. 


■ j Salt,2S7 


ski 





Wb™i,4»ioaB>- 



FJ'njr...---Pbbl — 






s. Wubloeliro U.iVer. | 



do b™i owbiy ■ ■« 

IIqi-IT*- I'a SB 


"•1ST 


.;." , ,'i".;',;".' 




""SS/5S 


Fvoneiieojlalll 


B Market 

r..W W. J 


as 


qo.lilv I.-? ! 

r* UoeHsIL 


roo, cm quality So to «e; !d onallty 
j none; Spuiib, lit .[oallty l-.-; 

onllly, 3c@(e. 

Jlogt 3io; fat Hogs on foot 1J lo S 



Est.il Prices si WnthlBg 03 Market—Oct. II 
ttpaniw.- ..*>» |OIi*.I1tt Fit 



tuLw .'. '.'." .. ". ai| 
C.H'.'j, ...... .-fBll^c 

Oict, Una 1* 



,1 


mho 


1MII.U.VI 




Iirn 


s-Tf 


am Pnnde 


b 


m 


.iii] mil 

.1 fr<.m 

lTcJ 111,- 


call 
nds 


nod 


■ D 
ens 


a S did n 
as On- 
Moll Tr 


if 


e?^, 


fobn too 
nd kept 


th 






t:,T! 




MMl 




nli ,1 


lf[||!llj 




'■ 


who 


■ l„:i., .". 


„!,,. 






> |.;„ K ll, 



ibject or Strf- 

ind true to our professed prim 

Eing"Hi'm« Productions," « 

nlion lo the collection nf 1 

lit year 1 

Fair held in this State bj 11... 

;.'„,',(.,,,,, t^rd'-.torking and Indefatigable work*. 

Hr. D. L. Perkins, of the Oakland Seed Gardens. 

It is but a simple ncl of jnstice to anj thnt th 

,,b,l,iik,n of samples of his vegntnbles embrncin 

■ nntnorous list, have in every Instance we bav 

upon (nod we hnve eiamined them carefully) been 

aroclor, and often uncommonly superior, 

ODClnsivclr thai be has been a careful 

owcrr The collection of Seeds was Inrgo, 

.roslhlng over a hundred vnrleties, oil plump 

■e<l, well cleaned, end most creditable to him 

1 n grower! wo toko pleasure in thus speaking of 



full, ink 

high standard m 



EAMS! £ 

FOB S ALE 

P1JEE AHD THORODQHBRED 

SAXIOKT BAMS! 

From ipaelnlly Imrerted Stock. 
im at Sao Finnelieo— HY. OERSTVKa. Esq 
, AddiMS-NaliTlaau P»t-0(Deo, MonHry Co. 
EUGESK S11KHWOOD, 

Hun Lo-n- - H.ijirh._ 



California Steam Mayigation Company, 

Dti *«.,. Ml, /.« arwJ»> «W. " * *'d«K P.U, 
OARBYDfO ITCITejD STATES MAIL. 
Bi«mer ECLIPSE, fopuln E. C. M. ™£*£} A ' 



I. WUITNEV, JIL, PretUont. 



MatyBville, 



Flint, Bixby & Co., 



SONOMA AND SANTA ROSA 
PACKET. 

r^rP^ft PRINCESS, 

liEOIHJF. 1. CLAttK fuwr 

llJ<UIb<KDIlnmn(bl7tspUra), I, now plwrot on Ittt 

Itegnlar- Faclcet ! 

w ,Vi> .,'LJ'^,T"H. r el'jN diva" w to -I ]■> i; 1 iV;. j 



Hot 10 


Si 


dm.— Let 


nny nue 


step into the 






cstabliilimerjt of ! 


essrs. Main * 


Wincbeste 


, nn 


d see the. 


nms full 


f Cavalry sad- 


rile:, they 




d think th 


at our e 


nntry was In- 


Iced in a 




This 11m 


have n 


the principal 




and 


the saddle 




liemnrerenllj 


line, and a 




of of tbel 


finished 


workmanship 






nt on our 


coast c* 


n show a finer 


ot of goo 


», r. 


ad of California mo 


nufneture too 


They bare 


as 1 


any men 


ow nt wo 


ft as their ci- 


An Ae 




will bold. 






m InUUigent 


Toung Uan Is Wanted 












ot Ibrco tbo 


r.m 


j„i',,.„.u 


(tn him 


ne ptl-neso of 



j. rull-blood merino Slieep. 

BP PgnonswiihlaiFnll-blsodMarlnoSbsepeu 
■alMieonro a eo«I bJrc.in by applylns tc ui, by 

•j:, ss^xss &:t:.:'„"" »" 
BEN^PISH'S 

NEW 

LITEKY AND SALES-STABLES 

SaiiBome sticot, rjorner of Fine. 



**fv'S!™UREEI<. Aienl, 
E. K. DODGB. Ajfot 




COLEMAN'S LINE, 

BAH FEAUCISCO TO HEW TOBK. 

iSj^nAVISQ ESTABLISHED A LfNE ^^t 

CLIPPER SHIPS, 

To tall reiularly from San Fnnelscolo New York, t» 

are prepared to offer nomnnl faelllties to 

hippBrs of California Prod ass. 

l-'r. 1:1.1 ivIII nl nil il,„. . fan Inken on Uio mail 



Qoodi rron. tho Inti 



S agnr-Boot— Be t-Sug ar. 
Tnt raising nf Ihe Sngar-Beet for stock (dniry- 
tock especinlly) and its oso or conversion into 
;ugnrnnd Simps, we hive urged for years. II was 



3™!"?'"!" »o^a 

Mbb.^ T n..cpornnPD ■ 
Oolon,.. .. . ..•>»" 

^""r'.-W * * * ' 

J-< ■ .- 1 .- ;.. 1 '.' 1 



Fair nt P 


in Jose; 


nd to the disgn 


ce of all our 


■n!r>, it 


ins never 


been enconmgei 


since, tied 


be State Fair Man 




qitico to tbnt 


literal, 


we woule 


llavo bid a ■■Beet 


Sngar mann- 


neloty 


loiiEslne 


In successful operation. 


Worr 


olec at ev 


rjr movement Ir 


fmor of tbis 


mporta 


I Interest, 


and was plense 




call of Mr. Gordo 


, the So gar Mfl 




lample* 


of Beel, 


that he might 


end them to 


I'FUMM 


for atria 


" Tbis may be 


well, but wo 


Uk :.. 




if wo bate not 


Bcicmiflc men 


eooogh 




Stati to do this 




lendU 


g to Fra 


col" We were 


in hopes Mr 


rJordoo 


bad men 


in bis employ qn 


nlltied for tbis 
















eiiediaformn- 






re we might ,-n 


' lo F.mct onu 






Id huve tills root 




prestn 






nnil uife Ihel 


































'.'•'1' 


by and through her own , 


sources. 



iw-wny 

3STE3"^V STABIiS 
FIBE-PROOF, ROOMY, LIGHT, AND 

Entirely Free from any Dampness, 



LIVERY AND SALE ONLY 

PERSONAL SUPERVISION 

WITHOUT PARTIALITY 

Horses and Fine Stock, 

] Irn.U hj il.lcl sHealloo ami IntriMry 10 Ihomibo p 



Pay Ua Tbiongh the UalL 
j often loqalradDf by nor nibicrlbcrr, "- 



Information of thn Wool Markets. 



Scirso to * T— (T11.)- What kind of Tea 
FOong men preferT Beno-T-( Beauty.) What 
tbo suoojEcal TT Du-T— (Duty.) What kind 
Tea do young conoetles prefer? Ueno-lle 
Idohro.) What Is the fnrorite Ten of Pulitlolan 
King-sOwn." WbitsniU tbeEplcny 7 "Brei 
ui Ttn." Tho.e wbn dejire lo be loiird to 1 
-.■. b. -ure to flod tbem nil nl Ihe E«t India b 
Hot*, IVubinglni. street. 






fotn;rio£ 

A,™blro, wl™ '£'«!« 



and froi 



irtbUhU.0 cooiipro lo 



WS1. T. Illl-KJIIX 0> < 



WOOL-GROWERS 

OF CALIFORNIA. 

ryui. i'.'ir,i;n.^n|M:i>, aukst of the CAUFOBKtA 









Sportjsmxeii ! 

Powde 



SHOT. 



r- T . fj^, lint J-- ■■ p.. . 



1-, i.nniaronoisia.- 
tjooru Mills uftbtSlo 


"Purest Clty,""DoBnl 
Mountains," neil wee 
ra," alio, oeit week. 


Tur 1 .nrlb tenulir i«l( 


of Lceturaj In tbo Modi 
lly of Ibe Pncifli will CO 







im qr. krj.dpo" 



Better than Preston & Merrill's 

At Less Prices ! 
O 331 ALLENGE 

Yeast Powder, 

FULLY GUARANTEED. 

IF NOT SATISFACTORY, THE HONEY WILL 
RETTJfljfED. 
For ..■,!.. li , tl| Jobbori, nod by 
, 5. C. WIKAKS, 

' M C..:i:,.r„l.-. ,.1,,., 






HslueCno^'.'. '.'. Iw 



., .. Ot l-Dwf.. j»d«1 hoi FhiIuiu, eta b<h»l .t . IjrjiJo ! 



The JPlazia Stable, 

DOWNIEYILLE. 
RETICKER «c MORRISON 



..,J,'i^.i^I : .fJoL^ti, J °^Vdii,"Z'i 



HUCKS & LAMBERT'S 

CELEBRATED PATENT 

H& Ij AXLE-GREASE. 

THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE THE PLEASURE OF 

nnoLlincini; lo Ibelr nnmoroul Pntrons nnd rr.en''- 

that Iboy have been honored by tbo Commitle 

MECHANlCS^'lNSTITUTE 

First Premium 

UNRIVALED _AXLE-GREASE. 

S. P. BAT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 

Have Awarded' them Ibelr 

JT-irst-clasts DPi-ize 

FOR SAME, 
nt however gratifjlns to tho advortlsara to bare tbii 

"HOME MANUFACTURE" 

thm ilUtlneulsho I, It Li wltb areatej prids fbey >^J 

and for Iboir KOIV POPDLAB 
II it I A\l,i;.RRKlSF, 
HAS MORE THAN DOUBLED DURING THS 

PBESBST SEASON. 
Anuwbllsl the Msnuraetnrnnou'orlhoir grateful tbii* 1 

to nil Lbose friends to 

"OALIFORNIA FRODTJCE" 

won bare jrlren them so inrgo nn nneonrajion.onl,l.' 

beg 10 say thai no P11 | n » .111 Vo ipnrod In (uiuri 

to .mtaln the 

WIDE-SPKEAD REPCTATION 

Ibelr material hu aoqulred, of being 

THE BEST AHD CHEAPEST 

Lubricating Median 1 

FOR WHEEL-CARRIAGES, ETC., 
ever Introduced Into California 1 

HliK.s Sc LAMBERT, 



FAMILY MARKETING. 
Stall No. 1, Washington Market, 

Funlllle Ih.t Join, tbo rery but kind. 

tntUs and Vf.ifi'l aluos 

"° BTODINGTOK^ 1 
Ko. I, Wasuington Market, 

«a-Frnit and Produce Eeceivde 'anTs'old 
_ ON COMMISSION. 



OALIFORN IA FJ^H^^^ P ~ 

10m, SnMo.ia.a. can .end money >r »^"\'l 
ierblor at tbo Poil-ofBoe, nnd tbo money will »■»•»"*■ 
indiurol 




VOLUME XVI. 



SAN FRANCISCO, 



CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1861. 



NUMBER 6. 




iltorcd positions of ilia mountain-ski 
Apploa, Cherries, Pearo, nnd Plums, co 
ortbj-tho trial. 'Grape 
t. Tho loll la deep a 
id foe! : i,ii,ii...| that gu 
:rown the efforts of iho laborer. 

Forest City Is famed for long or tbo largest 
unnols jet made In iho minora] regions. Of tboio 
to Intend lo speak la a separate arllolo. 

ijjotirncM place lo rlalt, after 
brief stay we took a seal with tin driver, anil - 
poling ono of the mot to tcresllng slago-rides 



Dot bam stock. 

WE pahllBU la this number caU to illustrate 

all-blood Durham Stock. Tho only Slock that 

111 pay keeping nan- 1b Blond-Stock: tho Dor- 

im, Devon,, Ayrshire, and some others thai will 

o Introduced. Wo give tbeso illustrations na 

(lilt li tho kind of Stock now advertised bj u«, 

of which purchasers can oco the Pedigrees by 

lllngon UB. Wo (ball lltuslnUo other Slock 

futaro numbers. Common Stock will not pay, 

experience has ahown. Wo urged il.i ■ matter 





abauld bo laid aside, and 


Blood -Stock subatt 






new. And aow It la bet tec 


to glvo fifty hood oi 








cats Itself op. 





•VHt^-bi flAL IFOBKIA F-A.BMEB. = 



Indians of t bo 



California DUtts.y' 

THE IKDIAMOLOsFor CAHFOSMIA 

X.— I. 
Oia Bpaolah Aooount* ol the 



Mission and el sen 
the hroken mei.at. 



founds that lib 
Santa ftusi Islne 






j, I a 



red by 



lii' or Sboll-monc .- 

oree miles off) is tbi 

^;"jnVr.^'[ 1 .r;'','"],".'',]'iLv,.( riiuuiM, or Kaeliu- 
,,, ,- \l.nv of the Saws Eosii Indians were 
bought o«t f, ^'[.^J ■,:!;,! LT^Gnrio'ta 
pis. tori^liniBt ana coins through the pass, 
via Los CnuB, throng!, to the Saots V.u.i Valley. 



the po 



o Yut 



Coast, in I 



.ho Colorado make Ihe 
Or did not the Kodink 






,,1'lN 



invsl 



;,.., i b. ■ i r L nrlv neophytes 
brisliouiied. The early b — - -. --.- 
Sores were commenced by Father Juniper 

ores" of Sao Francisco Buy. The «x« 
os of lime rOQclicnuj 



tribes - 



i oldest Misting IndlanB Of the 

. Apaasto, AgunstO, Caraoin 
linn, Cboclan, Cbiguau, Col?jco, 
ncs, fluchno, Unbaslo, Jonalca, 
3, Olion, Olpeo, OlcmoB, Olroo- 

11, ijuiroglcJ, SnliOD, SlCblcnn, 
Sndnn, Uquitinac, Volvon (or 



il.u luuouisse, Pudiasle 
,,[,Jv, I'ucuku, Eoiptil, Chi 



tilott, Axpln, Soysle, Eqi 



I'asiem," Glsap, Tojrote, TJblomia, 



Before the discovery ol 
Prince, who baa lived for 

Uk In.li-.ns of ClahTerrii 
Vorl: Tiibuua rcilb no «i 



B GHE1T Basis. 
Washoe Silver, B. F 

ory, funiishM Ihe Se" 
onnt of tboso interest 

j and cosioidb bo litlb 

m! "princVwM engaged in geogmpbi 

nernl exploralions, and - 

over Bold in Corson Va 
■soit, bo crossed [he Si 
ind followed tbo conr 
beside the Humboldt, 



tint 






Wan pa Injuring Beaa. 
Thb Californin Wasps, familiarly known m 
"yellow-jackets," aro committing dreadful havoc 
among tho bees in tbo vicinity of Visalio, fays tbo 
Sun. Itntlda: They attempt to enter the hives, 
and when attacked by the sentries on guard, tbe 
latter aro EOBn killed, and the wasp, after cnltmg 
off tbe wings and head, bean off tbe body for 
borne consumption. When they bare once gained 
nn entrance into n hive, nod fairly oniin-nL-iil 
-iMtmyieg it, It Becraa impossible to save it. Tbo 



, i:..j«, iij ihevbolh hav 





tbis coun 


and orderh", nod not often drunk. They have Ihe 


iron' nod" 


cst-n t' 1 - 1 '"try while-haired, nod some of them can 


Californi 


Kaviu of Rar-chcriat of Lorutiiiima JfEuwn, <0*«i 


perverted 


from tht Million Baotaai 1860. 






Piulss, S 




Siliiin , ^ ic.-pili, Eatoit, Uueoejel, Buji.uii. !>ilr- 






chro, Sisolop, N'aila, Totachro, Paxpili or .\.q.nl. 


Tho Piut 

nia D\ fe 


SUino [liaahonto, Guaslonjuo, Pacsiol, Sifaimi, 


Huenepcl, Sinyoelgual, Lompoc, Nabucy or Noba- 


josy, Sipnoa (two leagues from Santa Rosa 

. .--.iriu. iiil.imunl, llu»3ns,;Sac,L'..l, liiitliL- 


ally a Ed 



The Mission was founded Bth Decembe 
by Padre Lasuen, at a place called by tbe ) 
Algsocopi, but was destroyed by an eartho 






i A'obi 



AlttCBCal, Emujnlnolelcbel, Alinnjoicbet, Cbuy- 
nhhi, Cbuyobui, Cliirjuenyat, Aluifm.ii, fipiniji. 
hull, Saputinonu-j.:!, s-.\y inu:i, Mjp.iluliniLiuit 
Timouamo, Uoinol, Hocijnt, Epispat, Lajilics, 
Reyajasuit, Soyama. 
JfBisia of Jtancheriai o/Sonla }'aa ITaiiaa, laka. 

Solomoeuu, Kai-tbam;, A:,iuli.iit, Situchi, Kula- 
hnasa(Sim Lucaa), Sisuchi, Kuyam or Cuyama, 
lonata, Tckcp, Ku : .il or i.'i.-c-.-l, Saucbu or tb( 
Qucmada, Sikitipuc, Tenivr.nlii, Tuj.ni.iui^i!...- 
Tapaolseilac, lalamne, Chumucbu, Suicsia, Chu- 
mnchu, Tahijuni of Ortega, Tinacbi, Lompoc, 
Ionata, Aguama, Sotonoemu on Korlh-East of the 
College Ilnncho, Guaislae, Tcquepaa, llatiliba 
SWcu near Aketaum or Kacbuma, Ahnarahoue 
Gegnep, Aehilliroo, Aliiway (Jones' Canipl, Bona- 
coe, Talniaoo, Nnlonto, Cholicns. 

Santa Tnei was founded by Pudrc Eaterai 
Tapis In 1891, the site of which was called Ala. 
julapu. 

Jim's JVatiM. 
Suipnalehet, Tnlnijana, Silimanejait, Rcyajul 
chet, Matiemhuilohuit, Chanar, Tir.ir. in.ru t, !i,ij 
mnllt, Colucuiolii.itiit, Tiipnjatlt. SuraundiH, Sili- 
^ luuacbct, Hinnnpncliet, Tdennbuit, Ajsla, AlLk- 
isaepunt, Cnearpisn, Tyciijchaul, Ilnahindnt, 
Emcbnal, Snmnthe. 

There wero oyer 1B0 Indians liTiogin Pur: 
end Santa Ynei llissloni in August, 1850. 
Tht Soap-Stoni UitnnU of Santa Catalina Iiland. 



rked upon any map of tl 

Humboldt, according I 



The i 



elk, deer, a 









dlffen 



Hyot 



f these secluikd valleys and 
ice felt tbo deepest interest, 
occupied by three tribes: tbe 
,nd Utahs, numbering not less 
evcnty.firo thousand. These 
districts of country, and 
lishing difference between tbem. 
mitwhat superior to tbe Califor- 
" ' physical and 



Tbo 






t name signifies light of foot) s 
bed by Prince: "This tribe occu] 
principal part of the Great Basic 
number eighty thousand. 1 
m several times, nud passed n gro 
:e years among them. Thousand- 

.rigines upon Ibis Continent. Tb 
well proportioned, particularly 
i are selected for their manly 



nay 

WW— 

J- |, tl Kt>« 

in the snp 
They are scrupuloualy clea 

pmmooly formed when y 
lilted to marry until ti( 



n their persons, 



before sunrise, and enter and learo 
■eely before tho bees, chilled by the 
■e Mtlr. To prevent Ibis burglary, we 
trance to tho bives at night, and leave 

and keen so strong n guard at the 
t is impossible for tho marauder to 

TiLi'.iuiru: liivi* ore soied, as tho wasps 
itinued their attacks. If any of our 
iwnrc of any other or better method, 
nfer a bencBt on the public by ranking 



How 1 to Clem Xianrl of Brush. 
Ooa pastures ore encroached upon by sbr 
and trees of inferior growth, making nestling- 
places for weeds, and shnding much land which 
otherwise would produce grass. We prefer to 
use the brush-book and cut up everything, to lay 
tho dry brush over the stubs and burn It. If 
Sheep ara kepi on tho lot afterwards, they will 
feed down the young 



Paoklne milt 

, vre more defioient than that of 

packing fruit so that It may be carried a long d». 

Without injury. Three-fourths of all oar 

:t fruits sent lo market any conaideratHo 

distance, aro more or less injured. Indeed, much 

brought to cities by growers only « few 

istnnt is scarcely ill for sale. Sir. Kldd, 

irto tbo Jlaroui* of Brcadalbono, who sends 

sd flowers from tbo garden near Hampton 

Court, Boglnnd, to Hie Highland residence of the 

bat bo can send fully 

ng o fruit," nnd bou- 

II he ns fresh as when 

i method of packing 

method in all my «• 



; to ibe quantity 
eld by the 



. sutttssflll 

icts that wl 



j ;„y. 


nn 


mil ihe Li 


Is com- 






xnds, tbe 








u any disla 






in lb 


a contrary, 




:<, III. 


putt 
























d fifty or si 






In o 


o box, aad 


received 



Cnrlona Tioaa, 
i nies and virtues of the breadfruit Irtee ara 
known to bo exceedingly important, and yet it 
grows in Ceylon nnd is little rcapcclod I In Gown 
It grows lo ba larger than our apple, trees ; wbtn 
rlpo it Is soft and yellow, and its taste Is sweet. 
When foil grown, Ihe Ouamnns bako it, ii having 
either seed nor 11000, but la a pare substance 
llkt bread, and lasts in Bcason eight months of 

aomo pnrls of Norway, where vegetation it 
ied chiefly (o raoss aod litcbens, it has hsen 
yered that oven those vegetables may, nim 
tittle trouble bo converted into bread mote pelan. 
■blch tbe Norwegians have so long been neca,. 

But'tho greatest of all vegetable phcnomsni, 
hough not so useful to mankind as the bread, 
ruli; appears 10 he the Polo do Yuen. This plant 
rodnces o glutinous liquid like an auimnl. r t 
rcouonllv Erowa nrmu tin- si'k' of a rock sni 



pletely dried np; but upon piei 
particularly st tho rising ol tho 
sweet nod nourishing yellow juli 



Children 

boldt, si 



i that Ibis 



nilk for their 






scythe ■ 



II keep 
: of tho 



bis is an effectual 

3 any fields Ihal^'ann 
Sillier the occupant 
ipensc, or impedime 


rhaps the only mode 
ng and thorough t 

gnnd nnc. Bat tb 
it bo treated in this m 
annul sustain tbe re 
nts to plowing aland 


In many seclinns I 


ere arc largo qunnti 



, and also draw out the eipe 
of others. Now is the time, 
K b. Tbo fire n 



nmber 



with theii 
age of foi 



.The! 



Villi Mii.-i.ir, 
wilh, Tbe I 
powder and u 



and will litoly be found of nse s> 
le. These oteusils were well made 
:og the last forty yean among tbi 

adjacent. They are still often me 
lapstona was likely ground into ( 



TL)r00|.-li 


the kl 


1,... 


of 


P.ev. J. I',., 




the 












tbe favor, 


n Juno, 


IrlUl 


tbr 



"aarael'ofTl 



They infl 
except los; 

and 10^ ss 



iripplc 



ved together in 
pt neat and clei 
1 worn. They d. 
lub their hair be 
logical developn 
y other race of 



j. These are 
■ robes of furs 
isclves. They 



hnndwriiW 
of Ilaplisms, 

the Buy sbor 



aneglac. Cap 

chin, ChagurilJ, Hi.: [.'up, 
CbiplnUc, ChuchieUc, 



any hui tboso in the be: 
is the only domesllo currei 

■ ll ill" r-Mriko-iH-inlii, p.irlici 



looat. Cossrusi 
ilebriiylsknawi 

few Spain) at II 



and will 



n the middle of H 



it tha brush, and tbo land be beoeliti 
iraiion, especially if a lop-drcsaing 
something clue lie applied nfierwurdj 



Cheatei WbJceo. 
It would seem as though this breed of Hogi 
ere becoming very popular in all parts of thi 
onntry. In I860 1 bey look the prise over all 
ihcr kinds at many State Fairs. They origi- 
nty, Penn- 



inty, bi 



rattened, frequcnl 
Whiles getting I 



ncd by a 



t from that 

Ban 






1 lliui r 



■ the fin. 



Hogs lhai 
■IB,* 



and 1 






praise, were of the Cheater Whi 
Gardener. 

This breed nf Swino was exhibited by J. D 
Patterson at Stockton, and attracted consldcrnbli 
Blloallan. We are glad to know or their intra 
duaiun into our Smle. They will provoavaln 
able breed among us. 



Farm 'Work and Honao Work, 

WniLTi it is truo that Ihe formers aro the 

independent class of workers in tho world 



>t a few voluntarily make sin 
intil thoy employed mochinery, 1 
ing bones, nn nervous energy tot 
I is never prostrated by fatigue, 
lumbers of farmers work too a 



It is a common 


aaying, crystallls 








world nra hous 






make dolls of tb 


r daughters, and 


tho chief object 




make lambs aod 




millennium oftbi 


r worsted work ; 


run to tbeopposi 




form of speech, 


errnlt them to m 



is shirk tho yoke of lahor 
1 kid gloves and silk stock- 
il falls unequally upon tho 



-..■fully i, 
another 
sn tbe mildest 



t wash, and drn 



day she must Iron, on Wednesday she 
1, on Thursday sho must bake, on Friday she 
sew, on Saturday she must patch, at ' 



present the picture or a shspheid 
milk of bis ilock. The Aiaguu, 
the Caucaguans, tbe milk trie, 
Ihe country from Barbuta to the 
lake llaricabo. 

In tho interior of Africa is a tret (shea) which 
farntahes excellent butter. It resembles an Ameri. 
can oak, and its Trull is not unlike Ihe Spanish 
olive. It grows abundantly in Ashnnt.ee and in 
thf woods near Knbhn. Tho vegetable butter 
which ils kernel nllords, is white, more Arm, and 
In Park's opinion much better than that produced 
from cows. It has olso the ndvontnge of keepiug 
nil tho yenrwifhou' '■ 



Iry. Tho 



ttTords a 
lemblcs that 
,-oacanga of v 
itrd-limc ; nnd 



ream-fruit of Sierra 
vahea ; Its fruit thai 



thai of urccalca which prodi ... 
of Sumatra. These trees lejjea 
of tho cow in these longitudes: 



liquid is einded from tho 
process is converted Int 

palm is regularly t..[i|n 
plentifully in the night, b 

Between Toblo Bay a 
Capo of Good Hope, tber 

candles. This plant Is " 
and America, which is 
myrtle. Vegetable tolloi 
Sumatra; while tbe bar 
China, 1ms manyofthep 
liH.'uili there Is ,l ,Uru 

in tbo form of globules 01 
of tho bark. These glob 
parent, having a bluer 






■ ,■•!.,< 



happiness, as a flower 01- 
i- iirnuunntnl and the use- 
in of girls. Let them 
the piano, thread tho 
Jia beds of flowers as 



in d the needle, 

ds of feathers. 

ivo from Field Notes is most excellent 

y a careful reading by our Farmers. 



1 Agricultural 



We find tho following Very true remarks upo 
tho cause of inutlideiu-y ami Jut ay in Agricullun 
Societies in tbo Minnesota Fanner and Gardener 

tbat some Societies aro so lifeless, while othet 
aro full ofoctivily and laboring for I 



t of the 



„ UAgrk 
The blame, I 



of tbei 



iilinj-ly ^..r- 
t,i i.n^uuih . 

■1 ,;. m.;;.!,,!,..-! 



es on California, hy 

fiflktr vflio lie 



;,S:,::;;;:,. 



Cuasoikh Seen.— Tho practice of freque: 
changing seed is now recognised in many eeotl 
as essentially ncccssory to the production 1 
Eril-rnto crop. We all know that the proctic 
procuring seed-potatoes from a distance— saj 
'f soli, 



..ii.<.l inlln.- 
" 1 of this tl 






-' iri'lijpulati 



well, .1 law-siudent in 



— Tbe progress made in the pro- 
of this material is encouraging, 
iss of Sept. 1 7, says : If King Col- 



li.. LIS' I,.- 

England, ni 



tbe English a 



of Baptisms ol this Mission I 



r llie skylark I 
igb and sing It 



1,1 "■ A horse .-. 
for the apace of three 
in the upaco of 



ine globus 



h the Chili 



of which, t 



a salt, 



ided, resembles a closed monkey's 
d ; when unfolded, the open band. From this 
lumstanco is derived tht narao of Cbirentho- 
deadron. Not long since, there existed only one 
oimea of Ibis tree in tho known world. II 
m, and has flourished for many ages in Toluco, 
ity of Mexico, where it is esteemed sacred, and 
ither persons travel from great distances in 



> the yea 









order to proenro its Dower 
tree of ils genus, prevlons 1 
was known to bo in exlstenci 

at year, thoy took 

took root, and bad 
45 I'.'i-i. The Talipot of Ceylon 
nt of 100 feet, and lis leaf Is SO 
I cover from sixteen to twiaty 
ibrclla. But tho largest leafed 
plant In tho world is tbe Troolie of Surinam. » 
], and has boon known to 
attain a width oftbreo feet, and a length of thirty. 



Tbe n 

Ives enys, in bis voyage lo Indii 
Banyan, near Trevnn do Farum, 
ten thousand men ; and Dr. Frayer 



camp under its I ran die? 
the symbol of n [irnliiic 
t'ri-'juenily io their cxe 



ions I of Gninei 
.hade twenty II 



wilh i 



. In. Ii v.- 
is.mJ ., 



11 lb? h'-'l'l 



large t. 



fow words 
ages of trees. Franklin mentions 
which Ibo Persians believed to bo six iiuuJrd 
years old. Forbes says Ibat ho smoked his books* 
nnder tbo very banyan beneath which pari °J 
Alt'..inlcr , .i civiilry look 3holtor ; and the »g« ol 
the oaks of Lebannn is said 10 bo ai least lw0 

Oahe 07 Toots.— Tho bavin 
tolly nver, great care should 1 

T ,„ a !.!. .?:!?, nl _ r,1 _ alill B. suri ' 



Ing of wood, ev- 
ened by the psrti 
ileal oxydalion 0" 



i[i ll|Jiilj Im.-iui-j ni;,!,,,, 



,lnJ L,,i "K '" dom>. Ta 
tWr-ptiq Hunter. 



THE CALIFOBNIA F ARMEI^. 



~K PIiORIBCH USUM." 



[W« lrnve received |« 
ih- K:ll.-"i-.i; "-I-I--- "■"■' 
lii.Tloij, from 1» auilioT 

undlmioeil bj nffC, In tbc : 
,»,(. .beso first product! 



booorcd A 
tdubed ba 
old, and I. 
'regards men 



Whit ferns i^bi to grosrinore tml, his gailnwre 
Wool, hb> mind mure vivid ood creative, u be ad- 



Tnc harp 



So tbe pone 

■ Obi republic 

Inlo harmooy brinp lb 

And Ibo tbirte.-u ■■; iliirr; 

Ar»"EPluritii!Uf.nni"- 


in et different dates; 

Ibo Union one* done, 
-ofmany made one. 




Tbewioncetb.t 

And tv Vll" 

pull, 

Sji ad then, 
y«n,' 
Si i« 

At they drive 

Whctht. r..i..T. 


SK£ 


her balance 


Ibo sphere 
t, Cbildcn 


bo. 


i >bs counts them is 

the old and no- stars 
ne, Keptuno, and Ma 

.lower Ibclr ntu tb 


j'iWe am, 


Ihoir 




ids one. 




Of thai IT : IctO 
.01 Flli other 
B> lb" Croat p 

And held) m 
i Eb 


Si 


jhunldbolc 
tbry noold 


do fly Ibo 
jill bo bi 


OEbl 


uld one daughter of light 


dM. 


They would all bo engnlphcd by 


Id Chios 


Ud 


For^VpTunb 


T££ 


bo suffered 


J£? 




1« til the demo 


.rdiuc 


1 onr melody mor, 





'What say 1 7 why 1 am with jon em 
Fred, for we haTe Iho moans among us j 
ihould rightfully bom llio use of sonio 
mouldy paper, — and I (ay, Fred, ho vrbo h. 
sof lending aid, and nithholds in i 



into, all with Yielerj 



Hoault of a Kind Ac Hun. 
In Bcptetober, 1905, a poor young mechanic, 
jut arrived from England, rvos n-andering about 
Jf«w York in deep dejection ; be was without 
money, without friends, and without work ; and 
far from his nntire homo* he knew not which way 
10 Inra, bot passing i 



door encouraged 

high, but bo ha< 
luge lienrl ; for 
leiajjtnd pensile; 
bin to 



in, indtod, perhaps not El 
i pleasant countenance i 
pon being nskcil by the 1 



rosptc 



on 1.1 b 



onld End employment, and thus ob- 
tain the moans of payment, the .storekeeper, 
pleased with the expression and demeanor of the 
eighteen -year old boy, had it in bis heart to offer 
him the desired favor himself: but be had n wife, 
lrtani be knew to be n woman of rare wotth, for 
lie hsb prudent, self-denying and hnmBnc. Be 

be bad only to make Iho proposition in n way to 
indicate his own views, and it would havo met 
"eerful acquiescence, 






r was admitted ml 
fever was raging in 



tbe family. 



York, to put together 
Bouse, and take modLl. 
itbs done, and the inee 



ib, of pleasant men 
r of tbe port of 1 
iicbino in tbe Cus 
is various pari.. 1 
! conceived tbe idea of 
'.-. which should creel 
efficiency In the Old 
icceeded. Be died is 



viliic 



^BaBf) Bntil be bos made It 

Ms deblot. lli..rri L , lis/ln to v.\:ry buy 
hour bv hour is lifting [be degraded and the fallen ] 
endii aiding in the revolutionising of all nations 
which oiist by oppression, wrong-doing and in- 
jusiiec. Bui liat machine, what is It? Fifty 
years ago one might have been purchased entire 
foro hundred or two dollars ; a coin moo dry -goods 
boi might have easily contained all Its parts ; but 
now, in lis ti'jrfect'jd stun, it occupies a space of 
flftaen del high and forty fttl iunp : it is made ol 
fourteen thousand seven hundred and thirty parts, 



weighs 

thousand d 
named nbov 



rthoq 



e of its 1 



ami c- 



I Ihirt 



onginga, 



t Hoe. The good Saroi 



SngliBb lad was 

lis wife, tbe lat- 
ill living" In an 



( newspaper of our childhood 
■resi which, with the sir " 
it forty or fifty [mprejsioi 



fe, and Ricbard M, if 



ad admiration , 

of Bobcrl Hoe, tbe 

idlyQrantTborhurn 

' " :w York, 



□Id lake, Uio 
'I declare, Ked, 
iderlck WUlinm 

•sn pleoly in 
Hog, »i ' 



Ulnr; or the ContritraUoo. 
lis too badr'cxtlnimcdyonng 
impetuonsly, casting aside the 
then been reading. "Here arc 



odov 



myse 



ivilh. liut 



, ooughatlca, 
iro puorly ablo t 



TO THE FARMING INTEREST! 
"jONES & BEWLETT, 

WBOLEfiALE AHD DETAIL DEAL- 



:arled traitor, nod I in to 

r be is not fit to live in_ 
m the peace and quiet, I: 






n the 



tu arc waling warm, Ned, 

g, but I Indorse every word you m.it 

moat heartily, for you are right. Look 

■ own— encouraging, equipping, and send- 



in of then 



and I blus 



rhen I reflect on oui 
t I say, disregard foi 



s, reclined a 



lines indiffersnl to his flag." 
Upon a settee witbin a dlmcor 
ig-room, unubserved by the spei 
id man. Bis features were thin auu hm™, iu, 
is raiment worn and threadbare. Bo bad beet 
ilraiag to ibo spirited conversation of tbe ombi 
oosyontbs.and bis sunken eyes would glow will 
strange, unnaloral light, and his wasted band: 
clutch nervous) j at his uaken staff. Poor old man 
. new light dawning o'er bis worldly bead ; i 
jo and genial warmth bursting in through thi 

tbe froien bonds that made bis inner-mat 



HAHDWARE, MINING, AND 
AGRICULTURAL 

I MPLEMENTS. 

Plows, 

Harrows, 
Reapers, 

Howan, 

Thrashers, 

Grain and Flour Sacks, Balisg-Bope, 

Powder, Oakum, 

Shot, Tar, 

Fate, Pi tiili, 



ength h 









ful speski 

wastld hand, as ho i. 
ndcr tbatyoi 
I: Old Joke, 

1-Qod forbid! I ha 
id it has 

thlB flinty heart. II 

aid in the preserve! 



red them back with h 



iroduced tbe right effect upon 
ion of our good dag. They 



ly and cheerfully bid adieu to friends and hnme, 
givo Ihemselves in all tbeif pride and youthful 
pea, and offering to tboir country, his furrnwed 

light, and heavy tears rolled down his sunken 
neks, as he felt in his heart— ii was more blessed 
give tban to receive 1 — [Boston Cultivator. 

Poon or lLss «d A simile. — It is perhaps pretty- 
ill proved that about seventy ounces of bread, 
or twenty of beef, or eighteen of peas or heans, nr 
■• 'cheese, eaten daily by man, will innnir Ibe 
of tbo body. Of pntnloes, 



lobiocl 
milk ti 

TdbUsVagre 
ike potatoes, ti 



llreqoi 
t three 






to a highly concentrated diet 
□ re has provided for both man 
variety of food, much of which, 
nips, Ao., may be grnwn in large 
iro nnt highly nnlrilinus. Tbc 



required by the system. This or- 
lercisc, and enough of It, but It 
overworked- Tho animal system 



essitles (o a great deg 

atives of India will consume sneb 

bat has been fed for a nnmher of 
ay, and bran, will exhibit his keo 



III II: 



lolly change. 



■U; Tollen (hendoftbei 



Ins pec tor-Gene 

beginning of It 
andCbnrchill 1 
3r,;Gen.Fremc 



baling ettered the army In tbi 
present century— Gibson In 1801 
i-M. Gen. UeOlellan isnotye 
. is under .IS • Gen. Lynn io abort' 
s 43 ; Gen. Banks is i-\, aud Gen. 



An Active Intelligent Young SUn Is Wanted 



ratlmdc the headi 



rr that kind acts pay ; the io 



f„Ji Z ' " Ta " enlul oe no more, t, 

loith, then, "while the day lasts," nod perform i 
, a*»yMyoucaD.-[fInl|, Journal. 





Marline, Blocks, < 

□ultioed would rwaecttuJIy call ynur 






Attention, Hay-Balers ! 

BALINC-HOPE. 

JV3T RECEIVED, E* 
trrlvau. 



FRUIT 

Commission Dealers. 



UAVIMO BEEN EN 

SALE OF FRUITS 
put Four Tears, respectfully solicit 
Consignments rrora any and all 

Fruit-G-roTFets. 

dispose of their products in this market. 

3. BRUNT flTI.L it CO, 

clrlo Pratt •larlul. Clop street, 
SMU PRAKCI3CO. 



It BALE-FtOPE, 
JOKES A. HBWLBTT. 



DPlant Eiax-ly I 

Seed I Seed ! Seed I Seed I 

«S8> A LARGE AHD HEW ASSORTMENT 
'"' ~l, QtLASS, UEH.D, AtlD Vt-Ut:i'ABL,tS Bl 



VEOHrTABLE B 



"V^ell Cleaned. Grain I 

FAH r nTT,T. R ' FAIT MILLS 1 

T T. tirlANra PATEHtTiMPROVED BV JONE3 . 

J , , : .i ■■■ • r .. j: 11 ■■ ■!.-)- ..i.J On.; 2j In 



Sportsmen ! 

3?owtler 



aaplte* t,r alaiQ'E crorv ■.- ^ 1 1 ■ p - -, r -Ml' 
Partlci i.iitchBilo^ willpleue plvo a 



HtuliDB .cd Mlolsg. 
ogo anonlns. 

'.pa tot! e SporUn;. 



Manila Cordage. 

QfTQ COjLe. OF ALL aizBe^O 



CALIFORNIA WINE! 



l BB. 



IlEI 



(eloi Co., Cal , j 



.< i < 

! I !■ I i 

TASCE5 Ibn.uebrji 

Messrs, HOBBS, GILffiORE & Co, 

SAN FBAKCISCO, 

.tiy Sole and ExcluHlve Attcntsj 



For the SUto of Call 



lain from thera tbe 



NOTICE. 



i. lVlLSO^ 



Wine Cellars, 

No arli oppoilto tho Railroad Depot, 

I»TJItE3 WINES] 

CONSIST1SO OP 

Fort, Angelica, and White Wines 

ALL WARRANTED TO BE THE PURE 



fiOEBS, O1LM0RB A CO., 
MirltEt atnot, opposite tho Railroad Depot. 



TClie JPlaasa, Stable. 

D OWNIEVILLE. 
RETICKER & MORRISON. 



aj^.'ss'^V' 



[%Sffi 



M*HC$k«i 



GARDENENGDVE FOR SALE. 

APfME OARDEK-EHOIHE, OP CAPAOITY TO 
Ihtair t souJ .iroim vt nw W or GO foot, cas tie !»,) 
n > birsilo oa tppllnucn u tbe Eonoer OHce. s 



FHUITS, GRAIN, AJfP PRODUCE. 



PACIFIC 
FRUIT MARKET. 



JUR ARRANGEMENT? ARE HI 
., HAP A. 



mbracinsFrulu of ti 
OBEPAItTMENT 



"WI3STE1 



3 ADMITTED* 



GRAVES, WILL1ASI3 & DUCKLET. 



Notice. 



rjliif; UNDERSIGNED M 

'— •IJlTwiO!) flEili ■■lIlNT'i "■,! f".""!! -l*i J "HD.~ia"ci»y 
■t, nor Eur, under ibo f™.™-.! A. H. TODD i, CO. 



A. H. TODD & CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



rpart°o?# 



.■lns...rP-ilii 

I. '.'"; ,.T ■ 



SEED, PLANTS, ETC, 



To tlie Seed Trade ! 

J. M. THORBURN & CO., 

XS JoXin street, 
NEW YORK, 



' VEGETABLE, J 

Flower, Field, Fruit, 
TREE 'SEEDS, 

i . I . . i i ■. ■■■■ . ; ■ 

IF\Lt-s3t- Closet Seeds. 



SEED WAEEHOUSE, 

S. TV. MOORE 

IMFORTXLirl, 

WHOLESALE ASa RETAIL DEALER UJ 

Farm, Garden, Fruit, Tree. 

AND A(;Kici'i;ri itiL SEEDS, 



JBBBGB PEOSIEB, HrAl'ISTlIB, Gladiolab, 

Lilies. Tulips, und other Floworing Plants, 

No. HO California street, 



Breeding-Mares Wanted. 



"e.piSr rf b ™ito|i «Ce ™h» 



37 

HOTELS. ____^__ 

PRESfON^S TPLACE 

Tomales Bay, Marin Co, 

II WISU TO INFORM MY FRIENDS AHD 
tbo puMie, tbat tbe iletasoil for a nonso i uf on- 
loduco ino to Ct op mi b«an> f.-r Ihat purpMo. 
iititi ni.'liioc to pars a few Ua,s plossonilr In ins, 
11J. thli loo. Illy has fei equals Uoal-Salllni, 
;, aunPnr, uid BOtherlog Sbolls on tbe Boy on! 
a Bssal m amont- lbs paitlinosj and then all 

in ■<,..-■,., !(.. i-|r.. :i; Ti,0 

■ is Situated IB 11,1k' r .,;.'lv.:.r.l frfm I'OtaluDJO, and 

ileo drlvo. ovir a Rood road. Ihruujih a flao fumlDs; 

n>iU o E "reoabl 1 o n pBUU " 
R. J. PRK5T0H. 

TTiVTOIV HOUSE I 

Corner of Uain aud Center streeta, 
mokbltjmwe: hiix, 

Henry Atwood, Proprietor. 

M T1IIS SPLENDID THREE'STORT STONB 
RuildiUE, looiaoknoriled^edlequal.irnoniiipo- 
rinr, to ibe be. I Hotels In tho Mountains, hu 
boon IhoronehlT renovated and itroallj 1m- 

SPLENDID BILLIARD TABLE ADDED. 

Tbo BinlnK-room bos been ditided into |a FamllT 
Dinlnr-rmm sod Itettourunt, bulb bard-Eoiibed. and 
nonlf and otocaotlv furni.-ued. Tbo fermor Kill bo for 

"if HiVepcD 'alkali hours, and bo suppllod nitn tho best 

P Iho IHHlDn and cbarnbora ha»B alt boon thoronghly 
■onaiawd nod olocooili famished, and will aeeommo- 

' ialfiillnwid depart frora tho "DBION," 
iti-i i-.,, ib; mmoditlon of trarolers tho Homo is 

tlctapensllDiihL 
Tbo proprldlai avails himiolf of Ihis occasion Io s»J- 

]>° I m*k lll^o's™. red to mako iboirTojourn at tbo Union 
ploaean! and arrreeablo. 

HEKRr ATWOOD. 
Moltolttmne Hill, Muj 11th, I860. 20.3m 

DOWNIE HOTEL, 

South End of Dnrgan Bridge, 

Nevada street, Oownieville. 

W. M. DOWNEY, Proprietor. 

MWITH INCREASED BUSINESS I HAVE 
onlorged facilities for aocoroniodatlns; in; 
Tbo ilatol bos jail boon Dilated, paporod, and 
carpeted, from top to bottom ; and a largn cumber of 
sleopine aiusrunents, well famished and ventilated, 
added la tho usual oumber. 

RfiDOCTION OF PRICES: 

Board, per woek ST 00 

Sinulo meals BO 

Board and Lodf/ins, per weok S3 60 and 10 00 

lodglnc, per nf ff h! • - ': 5 and 60 cents 

Liqooraaud Cigars lJcents iZ3'3m 

the""veranda hotel', 

Corner Main and Cburcta His,, 
IONE CITY, 

AMADOR COUNTY. 

Mtiii: r:;]'b];-iHNED, PROPRIETORS, 
doslro U> Invite Travelers to their Hotel, conn- 
dent that thavnlll maketbelr eUr pleasant 
and ineoablo. 
StOKOS r™ Sacrament,, to all Ibo Mining rot-ions, 
and to tho "BIO TREES," slop al Ibis Hotel. 

DUDLEY A COFFIK, 
20-3 m Proprietors. 

ST. GEORGE 

HOTEL, 

On Fourta Street^. 

Between J and K streets, 

SACRAMENTO CITY. 

J. It. .< I T i:di--.\ UKIKVII. 



Warm Springs Hotel! 

Near the :»l l-slou San Jose, 




Union Hotel, Sonoma. 



SPERRY'S HOTEL. 

MTnE COMMODIOUS riRE-I'ROOFBUlXD- 
ING, latolr oreelod b; tbe lobwribs™, al Mur- 
phy.,hos toeu elosonll, fnronhed Ibrourtout, 
after the mo,i apprnrsd nplo, and is ne~ «ady 

andparlln ii ■ ii... 

il curiosities in tbo yl- 



Q TRBBS," or other 



llded'to Mm Perry, a ln,i, „f™™ r ion«" """' 

TboDat lioiwlieil ivith (mo WINKS, and tho lardoc 
dully supplied tilth leasooaklo dollcaolEi. 

Slasei arrlro and depart dally for Moholumno Hill. 
SaeratoODt'), Sluelttoa, £om>ia, aod Columbia. 

P. mi i ii ufi ].ja...ute ,i ml tnoiioot ituMij nil I CnJ overj 
aeoommodatiou for Iboir comfort 

20-3m SPERRY * PERRY. 



Jebb's Patent Churn. 

"PIMA ME1V PATENT CI1I1RN IS NOW READY TO 

Panml-Rlghu cio be b*d lor all ibe eounlloi In the Snuo, 

end •ay ciperlcn;ctl o,inri,t,.r ciq miku • [u rune « liar by 

lOhui i!,iu by fold dicing. Ttey nnly need lo bo 



44 



THE C 



ALIPOBNIAJAMEB^ 



&jrc (Mifjtitia fanner. 



FBIDAT-- 






Ttur "LaDIM' DFniiMBT" of this Journal, 

-ill I* ft.in* "0 the filth P»S*. ""* I0 ,rMrh "* "" 

took to Onr Spedsl Advertisements. 



ertW product, boo preparing It *(K<r lurmnraei, 
-and when nil tbo particulars aro Investigated U 
esults Ilka this: 

If the crop is Wool, they grnw a bolter class of 
beep, poet tt be Hot and clean 



e Ilia blfb»I | 



J«H'M»- 



u OBco, 



Mr'Hfc 



Jbr-jkn* and Drren CtUtt, Blood Hot,,,; Ldta- 
ttr and CeUtceld Shvp, Aaeriton Era and Laoib, 
and cllut Sled, for salt. Su adctrtiuafilt m (A. 

1 c y«wl eotuMn. 

Silos of Drain and Wool. 

Thnt irSo drtirt l« rttdiie tht ray tiighal prie. 
/or Ihdr Grain end Waul, tun bo Informed of Ibi 
best cbonees In our city, where, on nil specie 
occasions, they enn realise bigb price* wiltion 
deity. Sample* tent to us from tho country, trill 
particulars, will bo responded lo. 



TenHenaon* why every Farmer nnd Btock- 
Ralscr Should take tflo California Parmer. 

1st. Etebi Farmer ana Siock-roiscr should be a 
reader of the Journal connected with the inter- 
eats of hi! own profession in his own Stale. 

2d. Every such ptrson should give his sanctior, 
and support, generously and voluntarily, lo * 
Jonrnul thai advances bL* own particular busl- 



iain 



d Stale. 



3d. Even such persoo is henrfird by 
cation of such a Journal, and is In justice 
lo reciprocate such labors. 

■1th. No person engaged in these employ 



i.i.l.l:. 



1 Stock 



trill n 






ofinfornntir 

the constant access lo a Home Journal. 

6lh. Tbo Cu.iroB.5Li Flams has iaitbrolly ndvo. 
caled the beelintcrests of the Farmer and Stock- 
ralser for eight year*, nnd is tbo oitLV Aaaiccir 
IPBit, Jours At, is On.iron.sri. 

7th. The CiitroBsii Faehkb contain* thn mos 
important information relative lo Ibeir Interest, 
in every branch nf Agricultural science. 

Sib. Tbo Citrroasii FtaNin contains tbo an- 
nouncement of all New Seeds, Grains, Grasses, 
etc, together with all New Implements that will 



10th. The CaumnsiA Finitcn is 
paper on tho Pacific Coast that i 
lis criminal SBAor sad Proprittvr, 



e Secret of getting Go°a Prices, for tho 



Sons people seem lo think thai 
way of always gelling B hcile ' 
their neighbor; 






i lays In growi 



iribci 



If [lie ■ 



p Is Grain, they t 



>r bags. 



or fruit, picked al the right lime, packed better, in 
eta, and consequently like nil 
inch wise labors brought boiler pricea. Such will 
3 . It does not pay to half do 
, BbiftlessneSB that will soon 
bring the grower to the bottom dollar. 

1 to these remarks from everyday ob- 

itbo sales of products from different 

■la Ibere Is a difference of from 26 lo 

■ea!l*cd. 

;n-grower realizes $1 3S lo SI SO 



r 100 pounds 
ich had the so 



One Fru 
apples, i < 



■s SI CO lo SI 1 



iwcr gels 3 ecnls per pound for his 
for his peaches, 10 cents fi 
is for his grapes. Another pockets 



eat for his 



cupsliou because 
pares bis ground 



Mountain Oroharda and Tme7arda.~No. 4 

D0WSIKV1&I.B. 

Ji.ittM.is Seearry-Sla 3 r Bo**-™'* Safita- 
Pteaaurei of an Outiiik S<al. 



which casting theii 
iko n 

v,,lll, 



Tool 



ry lot 



Ibigblond wglons, dark * 
: r of the beautiful, ther. 






ig or pleasure enjo.i 
cv.nr.ng lofty monnlaiu peaks 

they rise higher and higher, n 
log forms and hues. 

Hon- little do Iho dwellers of our cities who 
have never visited Iho Sierro.rnuga uf mountains, 
know ortbo grand or beautiful I One, of tho mosl 
interesting routes in onr State for a traveler Is 
fonud in a trip from Harysvillo to Downloville, by 
way Of San Juan and Porest felly. In this roulo 
nil tho various plans of mining employed in Cali- 



fornia 



-from tho 



.Tf- MM 



il.:'li:,l)VM 



And when 



inula* 



vilk., with tti 



rloDowniovllli 

..-..in rili [■■! bard 



tally a 



o travel. Tbi 
in its of this asc-jiidiug way (for 
ous ascent till you reach tho Mountain House), 
feeds the sight 
beauiiful. The road being cut out or tbo sides of 
Iho mountains, Ihc stage-coach will often pass 

look down from the coach window Into the gorges, 
perpend i 



Jn.ll-. 






red feel 



tnd dov 



'.< for the good of the; 






Valgule Absatco Scil.13.— "When in Dowul 
rillewo called al lha Dank of Messrs. Barm 
Eels £ Co., to ciamine tho new Scales invent 
by Messrs. Gammon k Harris, of this arm. The 
Scales arc of remarkable eonslruelion, and tea 
by gentlemen more accustomed lo the use of I 
pea than the tools of a workshop ; yet their work 
proves them skillful in both. Those Scale's i 
of the mast beautiful workmanship, perfect 
every part, nnd eo wonderfully eiact that ther 
moved by the 4o0lh part of a grain I Tht mo 
ment Is entirely new, Ihc Scales being supported 
by Ivory props, nblch ore dropped from the Scales 
In weighing, Instead nf the usual manner of lift 
lug the Scales. The prefonl elegant pair are use, 
In this Canking-House, nnd are worth S200, am 






Ibeir 



This! 



.omills I 



king fire 



a Bnltt 



j in the peak* 
Sierras bock of Sierra City. Tbej cleo 
530,000 in thiily-nine days. This rain 
richest in OaJIfornln. We visited this i 
lUb.II giro particulars in future numbers. 



name nnd 


fame,— fu 


r a good article sells itself. 


Take that all-imp 


la this matter to prove our 
ortant fruit or vegetable the 


'Tomato, 1 


and the 


o is am garden that Metis all 


other* la 


our Stat 


, that of Baggo Brothers, oi 


Oakland. 


Their el 




red Toma 
their fame 


"£* 


s templing as peaches; anil 
era is well deserved. Every 


:X" 


om their garden is of the very bigheil 
and always commands ready sale ant 
s. Bagge Brother* never crowd no i>> 


InFtui 


ihera are 


several growers whose pro- 



Lusk's Strawberries of Oakland wcr< 

a!!;ilnmford'sLawton Blnckburric* of 7 

Briggs' Peaches from Morysvillo , Grnj 

Smith's Gardens, Grapes from Dr. Sircnt 



rapes fro. 



L. E, Goc 



id from lions. Delmas or San Jose. 
The splendid Apples, Pcnrs, Cborrici, and Plums, 
from J. Lewelling, of San Lorenzo; the Apples, 
Pears, aod Plums, from B, S. Foi, and D. T, 
Aduros, of San Jusc. These are some of the eri- 



" thai t 



paint 
mlgbt bat 



i of I 



_ lights peeping from Iho 

thus bidden down In iho vallny, «PP"r 

r.._ „ *i udr sky. Wo wished nl that 

1 had iho ski" of 

oaughtav.uwof 

ion Ihnl night, so 

pioneer roouulaln 
nlng Intra*/, and It* inhabitants are among the 
ist enterprising aod hardy iu onr State. 
Wo saw the picture of Downiorillo, then nestling 
cradled among Ihc lights thai gleamed up from 
i depths below, and remembering all tbo Birnngo 
stories of tbo manner in which the descent was 
early days, bow goods, furniture, etc., 
ipon drags and drawn down bymoan* or 
us!) foremost, down the almost perpen- 
dicular dcicont, and now a fine smooth road cut 



Tho World's Fall In London, 1B62. 
Wk hnvo been much surprised al Iho apathy | 
people relative 






,n I, I !:■ 



been last winti 






sand B 



Stand 
.earl, 

Manufacturing, He- 
ld as it ought lo have 
uro, aod proper com. 
tho Stole, and make 
o snob contributions 
it would 



ored Downievillo by night, ant 
•o consequently of tho ligbU a 



We made our tampon 
change," a good holel 
lels, and tho stage hou 
Company. Mr. Henry 



& Go., tho Ptoi 



n our old friends Longlor 
ress of all the moootaii 
3am Largton" Is as fam- 



ded information for oi 



in.' v sometime* feel "top-heavy" — Ihcy bad ' 
loll back on tho "back seal," for all Is perfectly 
safe. , Tho finest conches, the best trained horses 
in Iho world, nnd tho best drivers; aad however 
'"skittish" such lr,.veling may seem to sonio, then 

some fine valley slopes that had been prosperous!} 
r -ii-in : by Frenchmen. The last season in Ibi 
high-up region tho "frost was severe," and tbi 
cultivator was "nipped" of his harvest. 

Oor trip being In tho pleasant month for lb, 
mountains (August), tho weather was delightful 
our ride being also from Forest City from G p. si. 
to fl) v. it, ; the scenery at twilight was more thai 
usually beauiiful, and all the ascending part of i 



We enj.iyi 

c Orchai 



visit t 



tho 



cry bcautif 



Gardco, with all tbu Fro 
nd a pretty Flowcr-Gardon. 
have before said that Sam Langton was one < 

Plants, and Flowers, Into Downievillo, and 
give an Impetus lo "beautifying homes." 
Mr. Langlou's residence is about one ban 
et above tho Main street of Downiuvlllo, upon 



ifornin coold bare shown, then 
bate been for tbo credit of our Slate that a Depu- 
tation sbnuld have been appnlnled to have visited 
London, and there properly presented and ci- 
plained tho capabilities and vaai resource* of 
California. But, alas I the golden opportunity 
has been lost, and a lilllo reflection will convince 
any candid mind lhat California i> altogether too 
lan to do herself justice. It is now only abont 
hru monthi to the period when entries will be 
efuscd— barely time to forward the articles, were 
hey ready— but where aro tho proud products of 
ur eoil 7 Where tho splendid specimens nf our 
iBoufactnre* ? Where tho evidences of the genini 
Tom mechanics ? and where the rich specimens 
four thousand mineral deposits 7 
Nothing has a» yet been prepared, nnd it hi 
illerly hnyond tho power of human means lo can- 
ass onr Stale, and collect each specimens si 
would ol ell represent California in any nf lie 
named branches of onr important interests. 

Wo are surprised Ihnl men whoso names hate 
appeared on the circulars sent forth should not 
hare reflected upon Ihis subji.cl in season tn have 
accomplished something for our State.; but il 
would only bring reproach and disgrace to send 
a meager show, nnd such only as could by any 
possibility bo made ready in season. 

It would have been our greatest prida to bays 
bad Iho pleasure to have heralded the successful 
dispatching of valuable contributions to the 
World's Fair of lSd2 ; bnl we lovo California and 



from the God of day 


per 


e -sank beyo 
ks of the su 






te moment n 


est gleam ings upon 
ust as the golden 
>ale and paler, soil 
rived at tbo Summit 


iol* 

IL.U 


very highest 
were turned 
softer lints, 1 
o, to give a b 



larketuodlit 
We could n> 



Ml l.rk 



i Duller 



Steele Brothers, of Olema, i 
Ramsay, and of Pioree, a 
suffice. Hnwerer much sr 
"don'l pay "— *<or,«ily fan 
pay," bul good wise mono 
pays well too ; of this we sli 



aad Iho Cheese of 
tho Dairy Euttorof 
others; but I 



Hop PI a n tart on a. 
It was sold the last year relative tc 
if "Hop growing "in California, wi 



AOBIOOLT 



then 



r last U 



itofth 



—We appreciated folly 



b, by Agnes, with Iho above title 
Wo have noticed with pain and sorrow how lllth 
thought 1* given to "Anlbor of all our Blessings, 1 
at one Annual Fairs. Not a "motto" or "banner 1 
lo Indicate any sense nf gratitude or joy for: 
bounteous harvest. It will be remembered lha 
at Ibe first iW/lu,. held la our State the Hal 
was appro [irialely decorated with suitable iu 
terlptlous to fcstify in a jnst manner the eonre 
"whence nil oat biasings flow." Now our Fnl. 
rechanged. The spirit of gratitude nndjoyho 
it* place reveling, gambling, and 
round i Iho place of galhi 
' >rod. The glory ol 

* intended 



This Is deeply U . 

i has departed. This n 





ised lhat so few per 


oas wore Iu 










Hops 


re one of the produ 


Is In which 


Oalimr 


lincaa 


bcatthe world"; o 




summer 


sro jns 


the thing lo pcrfec 


I tbu Hop, 








nd boll, an 






a fully ripened a clc 


rand beam 




Icr of bright bolls. Such b 


is been Iho 




his pla 


t that our brewers 1 


nvo decided that on 




I California Hops 1 






>oonds 


of Ihc Imported. Ho 


ps raised Ih 


e prescn 




ve been sold at te 






pnnnd. 


Wo have received 


.he informs 




crop gr 


wo on one-eigbtb of on acre in 




by Mr. 


.tl. Patterson; the 


product was 






d five pounds, yield! 


g over and 


above a 



now 


Tor 


a the desec 


t, into the 


maat 


c, a 


ad really tho 


nost pictur- 


alio 


Itfo 


ola. 








roly classed 




9 POC 


Go 


o°reacb'T 


ia no place 
arlj limes 






ompliihed m 


are for tho 


SOS of 


our 


mountaineers 




is th 




lalo of Paradise" lo the 


vet to 


be 


revealed fron 


tho moon 


. Sh 


els 


also the grea 


gate to the 




leads on to 


Washoe, lo 


andl 


th 


silver fields whose uo 



is still bidden in mother 
fho lamps lighted, nnd 
ay Iho horses flew; It si 
Hiblo for four horses 



mod as if it wop 

i go with such speed 

d tbo skillful drivers dispels all 
ly, yol rapid descent keeps 



h the wild 1 



nuty n 



Wo were B 
ind numbers of his colloe 
: of acres terraced, and mor 
a short lime moke a Ga 
oeauty-spots to which oo 

on the "Banks of tbo Rbi 
ho proprietor of the Mount 

bring a supply of pure c 



leed, any plan that 
State. We ore eat: 
■dgo of the mann. 



icourage, by- wor 
ing reproach upon 



any < 



ler brought from Coyotoville 


n 8-lonb pit 


city of Downievillo needs o 


Firc-Eogi 


untalos aro placed ut different p 


arts or the c 


I with hose-companies they can 


snpply all p 


1 throw an abundance nf wa 


er over nil 


Idings. This is tbe best Wa 


cr Company 



or hastily prepare 

rejected, and all the tronhle and cost would hi 
lost; besides, should there be o small collection 
prepared hastily, does it re<|uiro tho labor, pres- 
ence, or expense of Ihw eommiuionert to preseol 
these interests? The great Slato of Ohio sends 
one delegate; Massachusetts sends one; olh« 

and other products arc on their way thither. 

u\k from a desire to save oor State frot 
ficallbn she would receive by a rejection 
antribntions, for it should bo b 
it in the great city of London a 



.!,.?!:, .S'llllA 



i *of Nature. Wo 






(S I : 1C I, || - .:,...( 



A. T. Langton, the brother 
Garden and Orchard upon a a 
Downievillo. This can bo n 
spot, If only properly terrai 
This kind of work needs con 
will not do to neglect what is 






minion 



will i 



i the". 



ugh pine 
Iho rlvi 



Wo visited Hardy's Ranch, aero; 
Here were 'JOO Applo-trccs, 150 Peach-trees, am 
other FruiU, some Vines, and a number ur thi 
U van tain-Plum trees, heavy laden with thci: 
handsome fruit. This Plum should bo cultivate! 



shov. 



really oi 



B giving tl 



of the i 



i.ii.h..,l I 



italn 



ip. Wo omitted It 



to hare accompanied the lines .in question, I 






o Hops for ciporta- 



Da. C. F. WtKSLow.— 
pendent Dr. C. F. Wini 
note from him at Aspinwall, is now 
scientific titurslon to Peru, South 
lhal alter Completing bis survey we 
hnve a gteeiiog from him once m< 
Eureka Stale. We shall gladly w. 



friend and 

irn by a brief 
engaged 



doUori. This wasforlboDnt; 
lag, being at tho rate of 8B6o' 
probability is lhat another yea 

California can ml 

ireat profit. Let 

ll is nnt eroyoooV that can ralao "Hops." 

: ihc Ifanry-Btc quotation. Don't every - 
mad about "Hops" ; thoy rco,ulro Ibe 
right kind of Isnd,— a good preparation of Iho 
land, a thorough cultivation, careful staking, 
'Wlcigc nf growing, picking. 



Callforo 

Faos sects B monies ii 



II gladly w 



e ib in I 



The rise of Grain the past few days, e 
value of U cenls per 100 tbi, wilt saw 
a million ol dollars. 



will find 

FAttMEB. — 



ig, pa. 
buiincu, and every 



man -u.7 tetlt tht buiinm 



hotel, npon Iho very lofty summit, with stables 
and yard,— a truly picturesouo place, like the 
eyrie of some great eagle perched In Ihe mlghlicst 
tree, overlooking everything, so looked the Suta- 

Now II is down, down, down, and round, round, 
round, and visitors of the Summit House could 
say as tbo slagu and passengers leave, as they 
watch them depart, "I see them on their winding 
way." Tbe route Is a grand one, aod after au 
houreod.n-helror continued changing from one 
graod scene to another, now upon the light side of 



fao.ots m.uiog localities, "Goodycnr'B Bar. 
lies In a gotgo of tbo mount.v.nt, an opcuit 
some cileat, and capable of groat improve! 
Already tbero aro several prosperous orchard 
gardens from which tho owners hnvo real! 
handsome sum. Wo passed on to return ngi 
this spot, of which we shall apeak particular! 
Ho for Downloville 1 this bad absorbed out 
tleolar thoughts for tho time, and bo after the 
klcrcd, a crack of the whip or 



his crop is 

been, by reason of neglect. 

Mr. II. hod some grape-vines, but they had 
received ranch attention, and had produced a hi 
crop. This place can be made to produce at 

We noticed four hive* of bees at this place, 
learned that tbe first swarm appeared 13th May. 



it alone, un! 
the "Bee- mi. 
should sccu 



to Dowul 



file. 

ig and prccipiloua way with all Us excltln 



myriad of stars clustering In tbo blue vault above, 
so lay Duivnlevillo, bidden In a gre.t d, op dark 
valley, entirely surrounded by huge mountains, 



s In I 



ssssaassssm. 
10 original hlvo wore making thirteen 
Is per week. The first swarm gave anolh t 
o in forty days ; and Iho first and BCcon 
t these gavo thirteen pounds of honey p. 
; then fell off to three pounds, then lo half 



oaged as thoynr 



!vl PliTi 






Alameda, 
that is nnt of the h 
re by tbo time appal, 
logues, perfect in nil their deta 
by committees qualified for that duty. 
vfgoodi lo be there pro!'-:l>h_>, v.'ill 



hall t 



mloguc 



and il requires monthi to prcpuro these 



iTinced that it is utterly im- 
possible to have a collection prepared thnt would 
result to tho credit of lha Slato ; and, surely, 
wbon so much depends upon being justly repre- 
sented, it were belter not to be represented at all 
than poorly represented. No ono in onr State 
cnu regret Ibis more than ourselves, hut wo hare 

that wo bad not ibe nhility lo carry out the plin 
as proposed. Our Legislature last winter rejected 

lo go to London On their own cost ; therefore il 
must bo a struggle for tbu "post of honor," and in 
ihij struggle the work of collection of materials, 
tho most important part of it, was neglected, for 
surely no person could reel much interest nboutil 
unless ho was a Cominiahntr , nnd his lulentl 
could Only be folly awakened after his nppoiol- 
ment, nnd nnw it Is loo late to make tbe collection. 
As tbo cobs now stands, tbo only way to save 
our Stale from defeat, will be to puss the thing 
by, unless some patriotic spirit volunteer to go, 
as they do every where vHu. .it ih>jir own eipsoMi 
when appointed. 



Leotnren before tbo Mechanics' Institute. 



The 



'■..■Hunt ■ 






of Leot 



FuoirroL Yin is— Anthony GnrTanesehe bos i; 
his Vineyard, near Sacramento, tho Bee says, 
variety of Vines brought from tbe Ionian Isles 
which this year— tho first of their bearing— hay 
offered him Ovo crops. Tho first orop is ripe an. 
excellent ; Iho second nearly full-sbied, parlridge 
coloied, and eatable; tho third half-grown- ih 
fourth ns largo as peas ; and tbu fifth in hloon; 

hut tho Grape is very large, in color bine audi 
a fine table and raisin-Grape- U has 'sent t 
Europe for a fow more of tbo same sort and who 
Ihey arrive will ascertain what they aro called. 



true appreciation of our cltiiens. Such Lecture) 
accomplish great good ; wo wish there were Lec- 
tures upon scientific subjects 
ttitk, for ihero are hundreds 
young men, apprentices, clerks, and business I 
who have leisure hours in the evenings that 
often thoughtlessly thrown nwny 



sands of 



n thc-ali 



5, Uli 



s of lee 



■s thus 



Tbo first Ledum before the Mechanics' Instil''* 
was given on Thursday evening of lust week, b| 
ltev. T. Starr King, lo a largo and Intelligent «- 
dienco ; his subject, " Tho Nobleness of the Jlt- 
chaolo Arte," was handled in the speaker's mult, 
mnslcrly stylo, as wns evidenced by repeated #nv- 
bursts of applause. Tho Speaker "justly rebuke* 
tbo folly of having tho Industrial laterals o^ 
Industrial Fairs managed or represented by lb"" 
who worn not of tho "Craft," paid a just triho"' 
of praise to tho truly educated mechanic, aoi| 
placing bin 
In all indu. 
Ibe front rv 

Wo would t 
these Lecture) 
Meeds from tl 






hoys 



ig, Oct. U, by Hainan Port. 



red on Thursday even- 



Doh't forget lo look ol our Special Ad-erti»1 
monta for tho salo of Houses, Land, and all UlnBSi 
or Slock, which we can offer on Ihe most reason' 
able terms. 



THE OALIPOBNIaTf ABMEB , 



45 



bnltb is « 
Ptttn D 



6TATH SUMMARY. 

iett iro uoir conOrns! 
,.',:ll elolbtd, sod lueii 



sons of Sin FrmriH». rweoily shipped 
.11110 Ti(,rtlj nf new machinery, coni[.r!iiiii,* 
rio, amtlgsuisfoirB, ■!*■ 



Ho cducu-iun of thoir duugblers ; Ibcy may h«c 

icompHsbed, be fnmlllnr 

w Uh the French, Gcrmnn, nod Itallno Isngunges 

be proficient on (be burp, Iho guitar and lue 

I would all this nvnil, If In Ibo pursuit of 
9 ifrnllA Is undermined and eons ; and that 
i intense pursuit for un intellectual culture, 
great foundation of 0)1, ibo yhjslcol health, 



t mt upon bj i 



WrlgKno-al to. Ancelei, will lomponrilj' nil U 
KtumT, until relieved bj Brigadier-!} (oenl Dtnyi 
ul Hill ihtr. p> liift Compunlcs of the Gwond A 
BUny and 6lita Infantry will aecompanj Inmi 

The weather signs aro ominous of Ibo approach of 

portion of Iho State. We bare all sorts of weather 
tIn>ii S li-s™o ilnjj very »ira. Ih*n regular "summer" 
wiedi aed fogs. nadcAiJ Ibldc doibioc if "« »™ 
aeetnarv for comfort. An occasloosJ southerly >vind 
,.,..„.:, . ,,s , tlI air signify that Iternlo will 



lofSQ 



■a from pi 



A Ibo lakioj 



il Knlghfl 



been disco rci 
Ploocer Coup 
at the rate ol 



ilen Indepcndi 

in many eihar places tboueht 
ulijuficl, ■cordiog lo [he lie" 
irere never mure lively, or moo 

tho Pioneer Qnicksilser Compoi 

nlilv of on has beta minid i 



rf of natlV! 
; strong marks of 
pre been shipped 
n, and -ill even t- 



:a neglec 

Kb education of tbo intcllccluol power 
;lect of Ihe physical, will certainly proi 
ne tad oalsslropho as hits boon wita- 
j fall of Iht Oerfdcnlal Soul, which 
in nnd death— II was a fair outside, 
mdatiun was not sound ; Ibo underpin. 
I sopports were not able to hold up ll 



o tho 



io those 



mltivati 



IfciuoI « 



ill, will find that in b 

-- i r : . ;-,-. and blood yield 

rushiur; Height or Ihe " upper story"— 

i, and ruin and death ensuo. 

lid Ibis, mound and well developed body, 

by physical culture, tends ta tbo security 

of body and mind; Hue pbyiic.il culture gives 

igor to tbo on dors un ding, brilliancy to the In- 

rllcct, nnd joy to 

To insure sucb 

OH- on band is tbe Riding Scb. 
an, Esq., in bis n< 
irert! Tblseslabli 



,, ..I il 



lofOrtick Jol 

sbment Is cpmplcto in all its 
irmogomenls: fine Horses, easy saddles, di 
it band, no excellent teacher, and safety I 
sire urn stances ; nnd what is of importance t 
;rrjr modtrau chart/a. Bating cintnitind each of 
Ibe departments of this fine School, wo are a " 
to say Ibat whore three or four lady-friends 
iin and make a class, a liberal dlscoun 
,de from tho usual terms, as tbc leaebi 
intend it class as cosy as one pupil. 



Good Bread 

■■If a man nik Bread, will yon giro him a Slone ?" 
PnooiDoY ovory truth loar of Bread that is onion 
■ bnmana is Bt to eat, nnd tbe balance, in part 
■wholly, Indigestible and injurious, producing 
Dyspepsia and other degrees of eoffsring. 

- , eansn of so much bad Bread is not wholly 
tho fault of tho Miller or the Baker j a goodly 
portion of Ibo evil, however, con be laid at the 
door of tho Miller, for a poor cook has a better 

a of good Bread with good Floor, than with 
poor Flour. 

— , ore sometimes amused nnd somctlt 



o Ibo lie 



JSYMOd 



goraellroes wo Bod 
good Blacksmith, 



t llllller 



mid a 



Courtesies Received. 

W« received complimentary tickets i 

of valuable lectures lo he glron be! 

bantu' iDstllnto in this city, by several dislio- 

ulshcd lecturers, as will bo seen by tbo cord wo 

IVo bare also boon favored with complimentary 
Ickels to tbc Union Festival of tbe Ladies' Patri- 
itlo Fund Society, which Is to commence on 
Monday, 21sl Oct., and conliono thtco days, at 
s Hall. This olTolr will ho one of tbe raosl 
happy reunions or the season, and should be for 
those who concclrodnud planned tho moslpopulnr 
programme for the year. Wont would our Soldiers 
do without tbo noble aid of the Ladies I God bless 



ood Brii 



t Fairs 



n as wo Bnd Com- 
quolificntioos, oot 
the alphabet of tho 



busloess tbey have in band. 

To have good Bread— 6rat-raio Bread: joorf 
What, well ground, rightly bolted, then placed 
in the hands of those wbo understand roiling, 
kneading, nnd bnklng. Then we mny eipect 
Bread fit lo eat, 

Il is now onu of the good signs of the limes 
that we see tho Millers purchasing the hiatiat 
ouo/% of Wheat. This looks wall. From snch 
purchasers aud ouch Mills wo may look for good 
Flour ; and we think it would bo a "feather In the 
copB" of Iboso Millers who purchase the bat 
IFlml, if they should havo thnir purchases made 
By such a stop the public would know 



where lo find tho but Plou 
that buys poor, smutty When 
also. This would settle the 
public, :/,'.-.- tho pure Flout 



.ill.! L>< 



:ry Mill.' 

villi ti 
likely t 



Agricultural Implements ! 

OF ALL KINDS, 

-AT THS- 

Lowest City JPrices 
"WTiolesale ancl Il.eta.il 

J. 1>, tKTKIIl & SON, 

Importers and Dealers, 
6-3m Corner ofWaihinttoo ana DavlntrooU. 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

First ETorro-iixm. 
FAMILY 

SEWING MACHINES 

AEE ACKNOWLEDGED 

— TO BE - 

FA.TL SUPERIOR 
To All Others in Gse. 

H. 0. nAYDBN. Aient, 
Cornet Montsonjorj and Sacramento Btrcols, 



Mechanics' Lectures 
i 



FLATT'S HEW H11ISIC 1IALI,. 

COtTRSE OF BEVEN LECTURES WILL BE 



'IVirh 



v of Schools, friends of children of ego 

nnd Fareals, can secure clnsios of Ton 

> a papil for S? SO. 

e pleased lo know that already daring 

it month, firmly lady scholars have been 

:ho School. 

f the 



t Ibat 



I shon 



f,lih. .■ 



iklyn, L. D. Host 

These wo shell have t 

refully, nnd tho rest 

umns. Wo intend, t 



different Mills, nnd as wo bare no "si t( 
grind," we shall experiment for the good of tbost 
leiiro to know where they can buy Flom 



enjoy the benefits of this ciccl.lcnt Schr 
3ur friends from tbc country should 
. Johnson, and see bis excellent Schi 
to advantage of tho opportunity when 



r riding. What 



i vo.it 



Benlcla Improving, 
b surely and steadily " going ahead." 
a few hours by " moonlight" at Benicia 
it week, nnd was much pleased to see 



lately 



■cor. Tbeoaval erpodltiuaB ar 



ig for some Soolhoi 



■rban ...l.i-iii: ..li-. finds In (he tli& 
txosodlnfiy eongeoUl employment 



OfBclal Stato Tote tot Governor. 



lildings, e 



of brick, others, neat cotUgi 
been erected. Some of tho old 
nsto lands are now occupied and Improved, ne 
ic whole appearance of tho streets evidence 
eclded " hotter slate of things." 
In the few hours we wore there, we counted i 
ramcrt land passengers at Ibowburf; a lar| 
nmber of troops arrived, making merry time 
culcin, (oo, is the Literary Metropolis, or rath, 
se "Academic" Land, having three Colleges, we 
nown lo fame; besides, Beniclans are a great 
eading people, as will be seen by the ohund- 
nco of newspapers and [>tsrLtt<lk,il., :tjil!rd Jul];,' 
, J.vT.Sanbnrn, 



nd the Clinton Mills, at 
;k A Co., proprietors, 
d most thoroughly and 
shall ho given in onr 



For the Benefit 

-OS THE- 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE 



6=1.31 



CnpturiDg tho Pacific Steamer". 

Tdebe has been morn or less said aboot tho 

:ivatccrsof tbe Jeff Davis Cooled erocy oaptoring 

the Pacific lEumers, with thuir "irensores," from 

to Now York. It Is to bo hoped that if they 

i doing so, tbey will make their first effort 

a Oritnba, that leaves hero on Monday next. 

steamer will take one million of dollnrs, nnd 

en. Sumner and Staff, nod a good bevy of 

tnd brave officers of our Array ore on board, 

oi Moiuanfi good muskets euro, tho Orizaba 



ih.n 



■j Caiifurn 



.fStiv Vor 



r..,.l,i, 



y in knowing 
tered tho port 
n>fl(( isi-t; and 
iipon that tbe 



pitaiccTiic! It might, hoi 
voice of the commander nnd passengers would 
order tho pirates "aloft," to dnnca at the end of 
the "yard-ana," soon after their enpturo ; thos 
showing the opinions held of traitors by those who 
hnil from tho Golden Stale. 



nekton Indep 



rybody 



mid boy, oi 



:E:rE::=:E::::::| 


ti. 


: r. 






sn- 




'■?. 






I 


ip. 




i < ; 


1 






s 




« 


s 




V- 


r 



a la WuBta.— Tte toterpclie 
eels brought to the TenHoty some 
re used In packing salt froi 
get nlong wtll over sandy ground, 
avel among rocks. 



of Judge Hastings arc "hcnnl; 
hill lidos. D. B". Healings, Esq. 
il cltltens, havo well -cultivated 

. trip lo Benicia now, for one can 

. it., a pleasant moonlight trip, 
a beautiful prnmenndo over tho 
<ls are now well patronized. The 

has about PI guests, Cnpt. Swain, 
rand his family 



Sugar, ol 
hould bo 
This is 

ideratlon by o 
find it for the ( 



This 



i-.iv- 1 < 



tins windmill of Mr. Tub! 
of the finest wiodmllls 
[i on tho Antelope and down 
on light, was a very pit 



a peep benealh the c 
>hen Fcuhos elow via 
,lke nuldea'i cheeks wh 
r7bero with hunQn $ 



ic pomegranlca, qolnc 



May Damo Jfn 
in« whisper kiuJ 
and bid them h 



Ciilifun 



ongh t 



.nil" lili.-i 



THE NEXT LECTDHB WILL BE GIVEN 
■L24-ByHATHAS PORTBB, Eiq., of San Fran 
Ihe followed on THURSDAY EVENING of eao 

■bTb $ WfllTafAK of Beaiela. 

By HENRY F. WILLIAMS, E<q.,or Si 

'i'l-By ROBERT 0. ROQERS, L -i, at Sa 

It— By Prof. WHITNEY, Stale Geologist, 



ols ror uln 

4B[Bi* Llbrai 

Family Tickets fo 



o principal Book Stores 



TO B'^.H.wnBrtS 

rpBE UKDERB1GHED ARE 

FBEPABED 10 HAZE ADVANCES 

Consignments of approved Produce 

FRIENDS IN LIVERPOOL, 
ON VERY FAVORABLE TERMS. 



Sin PnoclKo, Sept. Sd, IS 



IMPORTANT! 

WE II AVE TO-DAY HADE A MATERIA L, 

REDUCTION IN OUR PRICES 

GOAL OILS! 

Machinery Oils! 
CAMPHENE! 

TTJUPElS'TIISrE ! 

STANFORD BROTHERS, 

California street, near Front, 



nro glad lo hove nssistanoe In Ibo 

This suggestion is also made in good 

there is ample opportunity for its can- 

ag Legislators, ttho trill 

e State to strengthen tbo 



of tl 
"Fair Man 



LAMOT & COLLINS 

Leaders and Introducers of 

FASHIONS 

FOR U1A.TS! 

Corner 3d and J sta., 

BACBAHEKTO. 34* ro 



morinau Ewes Wanted. 






Another Herd of Noble Stook for Bala. 



• blgh-blood EojlUb Draft 



■r and Cotiwold Rami, 



LARGE WASHING-MACHINE, 



■W^OOLl 

Foiohaied at tbe Highest Market Bates, 



foil PIONEER ^ 

Riding Academy, 

LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, 



ilriii'f:i.!i:-tt!!- 
^d H 1111.17- Trthia 



Jl Tmi'i. Ural, lilt, and OtSt, Uorit 



North Point Dock Warehouse. 
storaoh 

:aaboproenred In this noil hnona Vfanhouseon Ih 

...;..!! l,r:,. 

Ei-cry fiillUr 1> uEcrcd for ilorlcg Wheat, llarlei 
Jloar, and other Douio.Uo Prodneo. 

«ade ao apfrOTed Moron and lie. 

WM. T. COLEUAN i CO., 



Pull-Blood Durham Stock. 






t blood. Tito poalsrcn wi 



iiKijinn; 110 ores t ft 



BUY ALL YOUR 

J E ^W E L R Y 



TrOKER ! 



The Rest Chnrn Kjiown 

Jebb's Patent Churn ! 



SILVERWARE 



UNION FARM 
AND PLANTATION 

MILLS. 
TO IF-AR-lMETfcS, 

Stock-Raisers, ' 

-ANTI— 

STABLE KEEPERS 

PARTICULARLY INVITED TO 

EXA.11I.\E THE .MILL 

WE ADVEltTtSE ABova 

TI11H HILL IB OP NO OltDlllARI CaABACTEH. IT 
18 WHAT WE CLAIM FOB IT, 

THE BEST MILL 

EVEK OFFEItBD TO THE PUBLIC. 

These Mills Were Awarded the 

FIRST PREMIUM! 



State Fair at Sacramento, Bay District and 

Mechanics" Fair, in San Franouco, 

and at the Santa Clara Fair. 



PRICES OF KILLS AS FOLLOWS; 

Mill complete, with Belt for Family 

Flour S150 

Mill complete, without Bolt - • 140 
Extra Grindifig-snnacei, per set • 10 



Greene, Heath & Allen, 

SOLE AGENTS FOB 

California, Oregon, and Washington Territory 

Mosses. KEEP & BniGOB, 

THE 0LO8E FOUNDRY, 

BIOOETOW, 



T TJ O IC E R, I 



5^0BTNr5T^FXEMJEE^. 




Tberic 


s^srffi" 


E.M. T. 


DUobodlenco to Poianta tha Origin of Be " 


Winn we Id look for tho firtt ea 


jj« of all tb 


calamine* which 


bus i result from 




civil vrar, this 








uldfind Hint it b 




in the Farailj Cir 


Ic— in Di-obcdie 


ee to Parents 


Thofiret origin 






(ion vu beheld i 


tho "Prodigal Son." Dislikinj 


Fircnlfll Control 


and Home Goto 






and (be rtatttt c 




will pTOTO una in 


some parti culnrs 


in tbc presen 


intUmce. Poverty and Want, Fam 


ne and Peat! 


Disobedience to 


Poronla end a ofte 


nlimei in open 


rebellion ; and i! 


s Is Secession. 


Tbere can be 




in all commun 




Slates and Kalians, where there 


s liltle or no 


attention paid to 


tbe govern men 


of children 






iei E bborl 






, Sabboth-brcakei 
arbors of all kinds, Ibej arc never mei 

• who ware exemplary as iou. Tbey are tbo£o nh 
set at nongbt the laws of tbc Parent at home fru 
neit those of tbe Leighborhood, then tbe State 
As proof of tliis, read tbe records of criminals i 

i our jails Bod prisons, and the dying confessions < 
. criminals «bo eipiaic their crimes oo IhegalloB-: 

crime. An il were we to icrnlinize Ibc early cares 
> of tbose wbo arc now leading the Rebels, [bos 

• who are jiraK-iaortra In this unholy, frntrlclda 
. and treasonable rebellion 



earth, we should I 



[ early life was 
obedient ion 

■ _ Sacred and 
"foil of ther- 
Disobedience 

', Rebellioi 



f of a quiet, loving, docile, and 

fane History io all its records is 

ace to Parental Coolrol is the seed of 

, and tbe real spirit and essence of Sc- 

To the present generation of mothers, 

f crush- 

g this Hydra-headed monitor by infnalng inl 

is and all 



!■;>■- il. as tbe i 
■ headed mon.' 
;r generations 

.e, will bo sure 



] the Law 



md IVn 



;re to be good citizens, 

rely depends upon tho 
hclbcr their so as shall 
or Rebels and Traitors. 



-Consider tho Lilies of tbc Field." 

Oca Savior was sitting on the sldo of one of 

hills near the western shore of the Sen of Gall 

These hills were on the eonthem border ofabi 

I and purple 



known IhtrE, as Plin; 
■ suggested, bytbeirci 






alibis glory." There 



mgop upon every field, shedding tbe" 
: upon every passing buiii., dn-tlraiin 



ico and their beauty. They hat 
iding apart of tbe kingdom. Thoj 
upon tbe Gelds, and had Leo. 



i strong noes hod heen carried 
. iconrgcd by sward and by pistllem 
i the lilies of the Gelds." In oil this, 
|itsdutytoperform-iiKp| M c 10 <! 

Ivery'nyTwk^gtlUwIth'^^oSu^: 



:o captiviit, or 
lilybnJ 



raysofa.prhjg.ump,, 
lit nor splaoJog"^',,! 



I Very near us, while to 
far away._[Osborn. 

TimYoran Win-' 

i companionship ; tbt 

rity, perhaps the reparation uf 
the pallid tmaicrijii of o buried 
' "ig young is by 
" .liimlun | 



irriago of mldd 

f a mistake, perbapi 



from '1. .mil Leban 
" eirat awhile, ndo| 
iniouncewltb bj 



1 it to project hero and there in 
I. Her stays were also a fail 
poor Indj bad made op her robe, fron 



ipoilcd by on admixture of faded 

icrve as a descrlpllou of the dress 
Hdics at the feast, I ■-. ill now turn 
What bahy? Why, the little 
a month old, up there in the COr- 
i, In honor of whose birth the ft 



liltle martyr lay In 



of tbt 



tiard little 
, its bead on a hard frilled pillow— 
rytbinn; done to mokeit uncomfort- 



of Its body bat its t 
Uyslraioed il to thi 
lj- over tho child and < 

, pounded boiled rice i 



i transparent pastry twist ei 
s and colored pink. After' 
process of cooking tbcm, which 
" alcr-Uko sheets of pastry inti 



task, but only add that 



i guest should do justice to the fare, Lhnt she 
1 la her hands a large wonden spoon, with 
ch she would herself feed each ona ivho did 

tbe bowl placed before bcr. Tho hospitable 
lady did not once take a sent, but stood on duly 
thole time, and bad mercy an none : for 



jrciful persistency, until tbn 
indicated ibc greatest dis- 



3 any longer the persee 



Tne fruit struck It 



i goodly purpose dissolved 
iju-i, ut.itli ; the words half spoken, 
iiubi; Li|i,-.vii!i<.)»', forever, or, stranger 
o whole majesty cif buinanily raised to 



crosbed, cast aside by those 
s city which is not set on a 
iveth light to none thai are 
o the heaviest mysteries of 



I how to squander 
ct tbem In habits 
solf-dlselplino ; It 



couotltuted by lbo cultivation of II 
ions. Great mansions, many bors 
splendid equipages arc not necessary far 1 
>w lioun fiiBs, Udjm.— An Englis 



of diseases of tbc ear 
3uBEB.roi.sr.ss Is tho c 



preventing tho circnli 
healthy action. 

sr-siuging cricket of lb 



u whin ike is forty. 

i Wiintt i D the world it 

huritahleness. There Is i 



oath from a womans lips is unnatural and 



doors wh( 

or; and the loving bride who 
.appywitemnsUpccially guard ngaiuat her owi 
mpallcncc and despair when tbe lour Is mereioi 
'■' the friend. 



into the husband, the Oaitcrtr i 



To Wurnt Lie, 
run rust, and Sim 
ypljlng „, [BB | 



■- '■ -«-l. having b«M. r „- 

of soda. tn.Hi :i ,;,| „ r 
water. The para 



jectou to IhLj 'operatli 

well rinsed in soft, clear, warm wot 

soap, aad be Immediately dried in too 



BASOHE «St SONS, 

So. 100 WiUlUnBton atreot, Hon FmncHeo, 

g,S^ Dealers ■<£&■ 

frim « iitbt? 

PIAJVOFORTES, 

SHEET MUSIC AMD BOOKS. 
Musical Instruments, 

Strings, Jkc. 

A. n. Oalo & Co., Wow Yorltj 

C. Meyer, PiiUadelpltla, 

T. Gilbert, Boston, 

Whore TMHOB they COHSTAHTLY keep on hand. 

FOR. SALE AND TO RENT. 

"™l jiabflilMn ["ibeVIuL TBeyhkvn a lull 'Apply lor Iho 

Pianos and Ail Other Instruments 

TUNED AND_ REPAIRED. 



HBS. LIZZIE W. WAEEBN, M.D. 

BLBOTBIOIAM AKD HTDBOPATBI9T, 






Ir, Jllet, Kierelie, Wnlet tni Elec- 



jwd. By tin knowledge ai 



appncaliea (o dliturbed phy*leal PnviUlfariirm, thereby render- 

In; il.rlnr.l; It- .■::■■.■: pj-.v.-rlul tii.-m pnjti ijreol: the moll 

r.|.|T..-...n,M'.- !■■ i!.- |tli . i|l-. ■. '.| [. .r..-.-i-ly I.I- r.r .-.1 ■.■-:!;. 

*llijlrj; Iw Ibenpeullc win *n rtatonakla tad tctu, ud 
nmj be raUed npno wtenc^er s curcer unprorcmoitli j»i- 



Tbose wUhloe to arlll thf mjelves oi Hn. Wima'i till 
wltt ftad her ai brr realdeaee, Da the b'Olh<Bat eernei 

B^Arr»&EemeBPi hivobeen madDtivii-hLebDrcwPodc 
^k&be nccommnUtrd wflb Roomi »cd Board 



Pulul The Wonderful I 

Anornin carero still, Is Jest received 



■-.-■ r.-i-.li :■*-,:: aPULU BED, 
=re PULU i., no limcTs come era 



niictllo BCHREtQEttil BIOilEon BaunaieitrM, 

There Ittej wtl] And i ttock oicnplele, 

ALL KINDS OF BEDDING, trerylhinjj tiua't wealed. 






PRICE REDUCED! 



HYDRAULIC HOSE 

MANUFACTORY. 



SEWED WITH FOUR SEAMS, 
For lf> coins per *ard, 

GUARANTEED TO STAND TBE PRESSURE OF ONI 

BUNDRED Fi:KT I-.ll.L AKIi I, /.ST AS LONO 

AS TBE DUCK, WITBOUT RIPPIHO. 






BSTABLISHED 1S80. 

A. G -E N" C Y 

OP TBE 

Mission Woolen Mills 



GenU: Tie proprietor of Ibn MiaSIOH WOOLCH 
MILLS mpeclJiillt «nnum>cia la iLe tnulc, tbnt be li pre. 
pared to recdie and eaeeulo wlib diipitcb Ordcn for ilio 



LDEN STATE GENTS L0N6-S0AWLF, all Wool, nil! 

plsia or endaaEed botdera; 
E EDS, doable and ibiglo wldlh, all Wool, aad dcflrnbli 



-A.GrEJSTO-3 - 1 

511 Sacramento Htreet. 

i D. MeLENNAH, Proprielii 



MRS. D. NORCROSS, 

Ho. 144 Sacramento street, 

Above JtoEtsomeij (Creel 3JH FRANCISCO. 

LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. 



&£ 






upon Gnd in c tbi 

Haviag jest visited tho El 
a»an n emenL> wiib the best _. _ 
for Ibe importation of Fine Goods, oialec "lib Ibi 



ir faellillea 



iMbeii 



.ii iodo 
I, fur 



UNDER LINEN, 
. HOSI-EBY 

UNDER CLOTHING, 

And all Goods io ear lino. 

MRS. D. NOBCROSS, 
3 No. 144 Sacmmeolo (tree! 



LAWRENCE & HOUSEWORTH, 

OPTICIANS 

' So. 637 flay Street; 



OLD, SILV.EE. AND STEEL 
SiDGOta.ol.eis, 

'lib tbe best qualitj of aioisoi, and the oelebebrated 

BRAZILIAN PEBBLES. 



■;;•.-. Dmwliip InstnunenU 

STEHEOaCOPES AKD VIEWS, ETC. 
Unci Importers of .lo.nufi Rodgcra ii Sum, 

Pocket-kBives, Razors, Scissors, &0„ 
^ ■*• Qi,ASSK3 limd to Praraei. aad REPAIRS 



IWI A S O N I C_R E C A L I A . 

BLUE LODGE, 

R. A. CHAPTER, 
OO0NOIL, 

KNIGHTS TEMPLARS 
In fall sell .orslDeloseHforlndlvldoil members man. 
ufaetorod by onraelros, of noporliir oaaliti nnj „^k 
raaatblp, at Atlantic Hule.' pr^oes. ' '* 

n^SraCi^. T Culq,aBi - «■—■«-'"■. wim 

otheVn«e"ary fiXtl' ' 0nlI ' l,e,]l ' iU > B»»«, «KI»U 

ll:r r' ri "ni>^d™ltliCoitBnios,BanDeri.aad 

all nLheMttlolei partaiala, u, [hi, brancb et Ibe order. 

D. NORCROSS, 

™- u * SACRAHE.VTO STREET, 



P. J. DEVINE & BRO. 

PREMIUM 
IMCartolei "Worlta, 

K street, between Sixth And Seventh streets, 

BAOHaMENTO. 
Ora"' P e''"' B '"" , """•' Monomial* Tombi ana 

Orders from the Country promptly attended to. 



SloobaniM 1 InMltnio, -«■ 


BUY ALL YOUR 

"WATCHES 

OF 



EDUCATIONAL. ■ 

STOCKTON 
Female Seniina-ry. 

THE EIGHTir SE69IDrl OP TH1B INflTITUTIOR. 
UHBKU Iho tli-t,' i' '"'■ ;; ' ■ '"' '-IN=i"id hnij, 

■Hlilol bjeoni-nrni T--.1..T-, ■.■■■ill '■■inmrnr.m 
Wednemda}-, geplember •■!■: 1S0I, 
Aad coattcroo FIVE MONTHS. 

F "or^oT^' U .^-— M ^."-'" .™.*||Sft. 

F '(^Pu™lI reeded ffin™™! aad et^fied' BBtu'lbo' eo4 

course of flTtinvi 

Tbo Onl eta ur til* lnilliullon h ill unnihn™, » n d ,j. 
tt^p tb« P Co" ^S- i:V.- :', ' . ■'' 1 1 1":'.'- "'i I - i: '. ■ ■ - ' ! . ra""^*!, IntrfrtnS" 

i"ra|toeB and" nvismiite the mled, M d prep.™ Ir for bealla- 

TilESTUDIEaOFTUE PBEPARATOUl - COUIUE. 

HeUbo, Wriline/, Ooha^roptiT, Arilhmellc rTaaaiptoaV 
HadbncDUl, FrimiTyGeoiiripbj'.Ui-ninmiir, iad CampotlaoD, 

Elelaricanloadini:. Ariibmctlc. Ua,k-Ktvnlni;, Geognphj, 
Hliioa. Orrioiniir. Pciiimii'hlp, "ed CoinpoilUon. 

THE STUDIES OF TUB ACADEMIC COURSE. 

Aliebri, tiMmclir, Nslunl Plilliuophf, Fbjilolo^y, Rhao- 
rlc, Pbriloil GeograpOj-, aad CempoilUon. 

Trljononietri, AiiroauoiT, Haluml Hlilorj, Bolaoj, LorJCf 
iDtelloelail FbUoiopby, and CompoilUon. 

Polliieal Economy, MornI PbilMophj, Erldeaces nfClirtiil- 

Tbo AqcIciiv led Mci^n l.injufti;ni, Nuotc ([[utrameotel 
and Vce^J, Dniniop. r«b>tlri8. and OmameoUl rJecdlcwoilj. 

plocaa of Gndu'.UuiTrtlio bare not completed tbe obole- 

All roflo* Ladlei from abroad will be expected to board, 
with toe :■ r i ii-.i- I 

Clawsif.-al School 
FOR BOYS. 

Wo aara oatabllabed a Departmeai lor liojr laecoanet 
7^ " Dr°CyilU3'cOLLlHa,''A^B., Prinelpa 

SANTA CLARA COLLEGE. 

THE TENTH ANNUAL EESSION OF THIS T$- 
stilntlon will commoDoo on MONDAY, Aamst 20th. 
Tbo plan of taiUncHon embraces l>to roRnlar Coanes — 
tbo Clerical and theCommnrclol, besides a Preparatory 
Department. 

Botreneo, to bo paid but ooco-- S llv 

DeirdandTalllonrrar eesjion 33& 

Wasblogand oiondinc of articles washed, per ses- 
sioo 4S 

StaibBerT, perseaaion 10 : 

niedlcal stteodaoee and medicine., (unlets It be 

preferred to pay tho bill In case of aloaoess), per 

eowion 10 

Vacations, ir spent at lbo College 35 

N.B.— When there aro more Ihan tiro broLheri, saeb, 
ono oior two pays only half prieo. 

Use at Instruments in Chemistry and Natural Philos- 
ophy, Voeal Muile, Piano. Violin, and Drawiop;. form 
extra charges. School Qoolis ai* fnrniihed at store- 

? rites. No extra eharee for any of tho Inncuiicc;. 
BTmenU to be made half a sassioa in adeauee. 
For further Information apply to tho President ol 
Santa Clara College, Santa Olara. Cat, or te Ron. A. 
Maraschi, S. J., St. Ik-nntim' Chnrob, Market sweet, be- 
tneeu Fourth and FUtb. San Franoliw. 2 

GEAIN SEPARATOE I 

j^ THE QRArK-nnOWEHS OF THE PA- » 
^PCIFIC COAST have now an opportonily *F 
jfii»ne«rbef.iM ■.-;■- ■■■—■'■-■• a 

llTinl in Ihe most porfool manner. ^^ 

Tho nndonlgned mmld offer thorn his 

NEW GRAIN SEPARATOR, 
Patented April 91b, 1S61, 

As ono oflhobott Implements over Intenlod. Mustard, 
Ilodiih, Cheu, Hurley, and all other impurities, are. 
((Operated entirely, leaving UjeWhout la a poro andt 

Tho Imparlance of this Implement oau bo seen at 
ooce, as tho 

USTOBEASED VALTJB 

"Well-Cleaned. ^Wlieat 

Will be more than sutlelent to f.-. ; n i.lmln-Groxer of 

TO PAY FOR A UACTIIN8. 

The Pateutee •rill visit all tho principal cities and 

r.irn ■ -.i -. - 1 : i ■ 1 - I.. ,[.j Mini ai; onlJ at ooeh place, iud 

«:; tiis_.Lt .. il... m( 1J.I Maebines. 

Do feels conddent that every Oraln-Growor 
WILL BE CONVINCED OF THEIR VALUE 
Thomomont an opportunity is presented taieetbem 

A. HDNTER, 

Inventor and Paten Ice. 
AoesTS— J. D. ARTHUR A SON, San Francisco. 

.'. ImSill; .', i.'.j.. j..,, .[, ..ImqiiJ-v SanJoso. 
1I1_N1.Y l'AOE, Nnpa. 
J I.IIMMN, SbUub. 
It AKRIt & HAMILTON, Stoekton aad 
21 -3m Saoratnento. 

PACIFIC TIN-WOEKS, 

No. -jm ii.iv si'iiii iiT, 
S-A.N" PRANOlaOO. 

JTEJ . O . AUSTIN, 
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE, 

Plato, Fancy anil Japanned Ware, 

STOVES AKD 6T0VB FURNITURE, ENAMELED 

WARE, TnrrTED IRON WARE, COFFEE-MECiS, 
_. , FBYJAHB, BARE-OVENS, ic , sic 
Tbo largest aasortnicm or n . n d>--in«d u TIN-WARE 

TEE NEW PATEHT MILK-PAH", 

Oft "DAI RYU AID'S DELI OUT," 
i.l! .MiiiiiG— Dune la a n-ortmunllliD manner, aad at tho 
^fS^Onlorm from tlio Coaotiy, prcmpUy oueoded to 

*- Orand Chaaco for a Homestead 
A valuallc tract of lory rich land, mrapiUln, 3Q0 acrnt, 

"it. ...:li 11..,:t...,,..| J .-.. r . ■ . 1 1\ . l"l',.. !'i, .',!.' '|' ,'.'.',',i,-' l,'-''V 

■'<!■■■■ \ ■ it!,,!. II.. ! ,..,. 1)„. ,,,-,. ..„. i , ll -,, 1 n !„!„,. i-.-.'i.>. 

Perfect. Inqulrrril J-MI1..I mi i!-,.- l-^ri',,,'.'!'- ' " U 

BUY ALL YOUR 

GOLD ORNAMENTS 

OF 

v rr osbri 



THE CALIFORNIA FAEMBE. 



39 



UB VP KEXRG11, BBOTHBR. 

JTma New England Diodim gitM 11* reader 
owing beautiful llamas, which wcro suggest, 
hearing road an eitraet of 1 ''"^J™" ^^j 
ifiS«."l»" C X! Brown 0™™w™ died 
passage ta California.] 



.or, dying; tat 
'Jon buying 



t'i free from sin, 
God assist Set, 
i! crowing; oil). 



With Iho lean her memory 111™!. 

Tall tier ebo null kin ray children, 

Liko the klu I lul impressed ; 



re all my lilt 1° mc ; 
,u1d once more cans! 



Sell bv sisters I remember 

Eitry kindly parting won). 
And my hurl hu ten kept lender, 

As (he thoughls their mem'iT stirred ; 
Tell lliom I ne'er reached lbs haven 

Where 1 tens-tit tbo " preeloas doll," 
Bui I'vo gained a port called Hum, 

Where the gold will norer nut. 
Urge them to »«ore an entrance, 
Faith In Jesos, and repentance 
Dark i I bear my Bailor (peaking ! 



ted the fruit garden of 
It U proper 

go end do u Marshall 

opon one of the drjeit 
galley, nnd i 
gioani 



is given by tbe Grass V 

llorshall, ni Grass Vol] 

courage ment of others 

Three, years ago be v> 
bills tout overlook Gra 
the foundation or a boi 

■.grown r.itb young pines, as nil the hills nbont 
Gr,E: Valley are. It ra full of shafts sunk by 

best part hauled ntray for use, leaving tbo lopi 
an-J Ibe "tumps on the ground. Tbe Boil tvas rocky, 
llarsbnll filled np the pits, cleared up the bud, 
removed the rocks, and fenced and planted twenty 

We taw tuns of grapes of numerous nineties 
just reaching perfection ; apples, pears, peaches, 
Eg9, and almost every sort of Trait, and all nf ex- 
cellent ([ualily. Tut varieties of ibe While Slutcat 
■'io groonds of Mr. Marshall without 



-protection from 




1 ioifinfr. 


He hu twen- 






















t of cullival 


ng tbo soil of 


the hill was ab< 




}a made, mi 














nsrlr 


with grape 




Of Mr. Marshall, 


rrl I. 


m« lesson. 


He has dem- 


on -it, i. .,1 lb at ei 




bill in Ibis 




\Mn ■:■■■■ I.T, oil 








for gold, and the 




ei r.ilifurniu 


























at the change, a 


d ;,i, 


God speed tbe day. 


What is so h 




described a 


ove, remarks 


the Stockton It 


■ ■»■- ■ 


eat, is bee 




■common sight a 


thn 






of Ibis State. ' 




d mention t 








of Calaveras 


rtosrlv oil ol 


? fti< wi 11 T bM 




ed (if the expression be ol- 



MAIN & ■WINCHESTER. 




Electricity as a Remedial Agent, 

DISEASES CUBED 
Wllliont (ho Pee or Medicines, 

Electropathic Institute, 



lioTAHTJE' ACT TJ REUS 

tea and Importon of £«st4\. 

* HARNESS,™ 

S addles, Bridles, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE-WARE, &C, 

216 and 218 (Old Bo. 68) Battery street, 

Corner ofHlcb mood. 

SAB FRANCISCO. 
HARNESS of all the Principal Makers in Ihe United 
Statu. Also, SOLE AGENTS for Pacific Coast, for 

HILL'S CONCORD HARNESS. 

'"Wholesale and Retail." 

FIBST PBBMItTM AWABDSD MAIN li Wll 



':■. IL- 



■:■.:■. '.,'. ■ I- : 



East India Tea Store. 

EST&BLIGHED IN 1857. 

631 "Washington street, 

Nearly opposite Masnire'e Opera Boaie. 




GEO. M. SMITH & CO. 

DEALERS EXCLUSIVELY IS 

Choice Green and Black TEAS 

Of Chinese and Japanese prednetlon; 
COFFEE, SUGAR, AND CHOCOLATE. 







BAH FRAN CISCO. 




When 


<ns 


romalgoud tha 




could be cntlr 






















































rthroast. tbe 


lni» 






















sX^eoi'o', 


















;,!■■;;:;;;.:: 
















































*££<£* 


h*" 'in 


aWew'to'a 1 


"Wr. 


aenu''ii™' l r 










































GeT 

















THE: VERMONT 

SEED-SOWER AND REV OLVING HARROW! 

FAEMEES, A-TTEISTTIOISr I 

With Ibt) machine, any porwn Ibal oan maaas^ a nab: of bonis, con perform tha ooaratlnn o[ 

Seeding and Harrowing at the same Time. 

It is adapted to iho sowing cf ALL KINDS OP GRAIN, and is renUWd by ihe eelgo to DISTRIDDTE 

EVENL7 0VBH THE SURFACE, any do-it;! r,;„ >, i , .a.r; I :,. : . irro. octonnj tbe Seod i mine 11- 

" folhat NONE OP IT 13 LEFE IN SIQHT?ORTHE BIRDS TO DBSTROX. 

IT 18 .SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION, STRONG, AND DURABLE, 

Just tbo mplemont the Farmer needs at tbe present time, In enable him to raise Grain profitably at tbo pro- 
It now makes Its first appoarr 



. :,:lr.:, l,I.- ..I Ir'iiii l!. ■■■ ilr.--.l[al l^ljoc, of evl[- 
ia ducuro tie- c-jrrrnE o[ youi Lii.-_ ^ml cites of In- 

Jip- r. r... In ■'nil'.:- t: ■. li.lni:*, Jo *0 In Uio Lopo tiuiC It 



1W It no pbnldau to luoV ■.' ibe hkcuIit of U 
coy. In fact, ibo oo[y pUco where itey e,o be ubt 

elan will pdwayt ba hinpj lu '.xnailn" SBd ,eo thnt I 



for these, the m 
.lean residents. 



cb yield them a living. Bt 
Inconniief would have Ion 
rely Bbandoned by tha Amoi 





Pa 


fDa 


Through the htaiL 
































safciy"' 1 




11 ™ 


Member, can dway. seod b, H 



'I tha Wool Mn tea. 



undrod and Fifty Acres Rich land. 




FIRST PREMIUM AGAIN 

BRING THE 

SEVENTH TIME RECEIVED 

Against All Competitors. 

R. H. "VANCE, 

Corner of Montgomery and Sauramenlo S(s. 
SA-jsr PEANoiaoo. 

ivinc ;.. ; ir, resolved the FIRST PRKMIOt 
dod allho State Pair forlbo BEST AMBROTTPE 
PD0I0DRAFI1S, It Is guaranteed that all wh 



.old lay top, 



» Ibal I a' 



InHtucllons giro 
oreifterdlir-oioof 



BtTY ALL YOUH 

PEARLS 

OP 

T XJ C IE E it ; 



i:- '■ Li.-'ii;. : : .n. iwil ■'■l'.-n l(. I, 1 tlelt. b, \u OWB 



JOUM CALLAQHAH. 



San Prnncues, Ssp 



i« Paelfio Coast. Por sain by 

iistiT, m hki:i.i. & CO., 

310 Wiulili,|;ioii at. 



FURNITURE! 

BBBDINGI 




SELLING, MARX & CO., 



Extensive Furniture Warerooms, 

FOHMEILLV OCCUF1ED DV 

J. Gt. CLABK & Co., 

No. 510 Washington itieet, Up Stake, 

.:ij i-u.i'n' Tin: UARXET. 



BOARDMAN, GRAY & Co., 

ALBANY, N. Y. 




ELEGANT ROSEWOOD CASES 

GOOD AN ENDURABLE. 

■WAJEtltAlVTEr* : 

SENT) FOE CIRCCTLABS 
GIVING FOLL DESCRIPTION. 

Harlnc no Aitont in CaltTornta, we will sell direct to 
the public at our 

Very Low Wholesale Cash. Bates, 

and thus the purchaser olll nave one-third of his mncoy, 

i..\i ■;!. I'l.\;--'. !■■'!■ 1 1-.'' 

u 3-1, 7, and 7 1-2 oolavei, -o ot.ulluoe to make with 
the tela Imnrovamsnts, it from 11TB to SSDD, acondlpj 
io Site and Flnlib. Large Discounts made to OASII 
BUYBR& 



PATENT INSULATED IRON RIM 

Makuig ihcm the best and molt dorabln In the world. 

send for"~ci:rctjt_ j ars. 



B0ARD1YLAN, GRAY & Co. 

M ANtJFAO TO B B 8 S , 

ALDANT, N. Y. 



PATENT RICHTS FOR SALE. 



■. 1. A New Rotary Snbaoil Flow. 

FalBlial Jprll C, IBM. 






P. H.tllitr, Mooirj [', 



No. 2. A Gora Cultivator. 

p.. jj.:..lly Jjlll. up* ir:t i , k l-; .1 ■.. .. rrjn cfOund between ue 

No, 3. An Improved Clothes Reel and Bar 
J>«eoud y a « umT 3. ie». 

No. 4. Tbo Heohanls'l Spirit Lovel. 



-in .,.-.. i ,):■ .-■wmis-. ll u i!der.«lldo..elll 
No. S. A Kuskelo Bar. 

TliW u-ill I,- rnii.-h -.-,r.L.J In Calllvrsla. Il 



T.. J. II. t. "'$. S-'Ill' ll<i.W™i'l ; ii,. l lt! 
upalblO-tuiUluto. 

C Ji.TJ XI O EQ - . 






Saddle-Horse For Sale, 



S& 



:l lid' • n li,,,,!. ;,!.;[!.' l-.rlcil'i I. 



THE CATARACT 

Washing Machine 

AND WRINGER. 

Rubbing and Wringing Done Away! 



V^?v\ 




TJTIS MACBIXB 
IS 



REMARKABLE 

FOR THE 
FOLLOWING 

QUALITIES 

wares it is 

WARRANTED 
TO POSSESS: 
It will wnsh and rinse tho finest Lnco Collar, or the 

ler-testlird-Quilt, 
It wuhes Flannels without shrinking: them. 



i ii leri'e-Mly -i 



j-.'blv that the Clothe 



; and durable, and c>0- 



ii Fast as Clothes 



roii\ 



Colby's Patent Improved 
CLOTHES WRINGER 



THIS MACHINE IS ATTACHED TO A TUB WHEN IN 



iliij-MKcLiiii.-i 



BAILEY'S PATENT 

COMBIMBD 

WASHING AND WRINGING 

MACHINE. 




ssri's.saa 



WITH BIIBREB, 









, j:..| "ir :■■[,. 



WOOL, HIDES. AND SKINS, 
Puroliase <SL 

AT THE HIGHEST MARKET RATB9, 

LONING & FUERSTEIN. 

OQ FRONT STREET. 



BUY ALL YOUR 

D IAM 03STX) S 

OF 

T XJ O I£ E R, T 






^Y, ^T^glgrF A. B MBB ■ 




Wheal, .ad go*) Iff" 11 * of ffl 

,*.!«'»!;?*'■ 

I Ho raewpB "( lv * Ml J '"" 
ni]]]i]Soe«Jonlb°F"l of 

^u.parfao. Buro^a-d »• ^""T^ 
of Ibolr Ulojt rappllrf with '"E" ".*, ,,"„,! 

iiocd during 
n ibo Ker 

,i,>nji.drtcf>. 

BjUnBrilbb ship Sln« 
lllfciDmot.wo bar* reports 
t\ [bill Ho" »=d ^ 
fc.dBiaWriailyadT.Dccd In price. jj. 

Per jltamcr Orimba, ei yesterday, V.lparuo dates 
i0 ,b. lSlh of Sep.. -m rocivod. Tbe «•*•"" 
Flour w.4 Wheal fa rtportod sugoanl, and Barley bad 
tIpt ri=nnd« rapid docliBC, Willi b»TjlWct">* "• 

dC Bb« 0n r U.Ub« «b1p Franklin H"T*n nM for 
LiT.qw.1 -itb JW0« "'k. of Wheal, «.J 2' 1 "■>"■ ' " f 
Wl«-«hrf«*W."*>:«-«*- b « kC "" 11 - ; ' r 
JMbcrnr. -Hh 6S1S ,r ric Hew. IM7 -to Bariey, 



lieb attired on lb 
■ere dull, Lot Oil 



Wliiob flio moat Profitable Sheep? 

Sceaier, I860- 
if*, TomsHEiin, of Lorain, said lie was not pi 
arod to settle this qnWtlon. II was not IBIll 
, bla own mind. Sly father's Botk'oT sheep wi 
formerly Le!c«ter»,bntar«no« mostly Co tawal- 
Jf IBM, however, we arc getting bock lo Li 
gala. Land with bs is loo kigb W devote to 
fool-growing, hence ire r; 

„ gul nor bead, end ibis sells at froi 
to forty cents per pooou-perbaps overages thirty 
Wo sell ourwelhenat from two to III'" 
.cars old, and have received as much as $16 pe: 
bead for those that would drew forty pounds 
10 quarter, when it ■*** " orlb 
oiod in New York. Frequently sell from 55 
SIO. The wool brings about as niueli per Be. 
- ■ '-leeslcr sheen make excelb 



slderablo bctnm, 
..nen.icnlly announced thai Mr. WI lHw- 
son ; colt, the Hi^iuMi Olrftate " 
forfeit. Lady Belle, being the _bes 
coarse bad many friends, "bile Conlli 
hrotber lo the honest Dasbawnr, was] 
inner of tb 



aamlrera. Tbi 
Trimble, was 
outsider never 



Jack 



id, Lady Bello winnir. 






, . „.„ ConDlet dose by, 

l„,ingup. The second heat WM a fine struggle, 
the bay stallion P<*'»S oi * 00 "' iD ubMli ° r lbo 
Lady Just at the finish, aod distancing Conflitf In 
1-5-1 Tbe deciding heat was a very cool tricK 
ftrirt.wh.WQ.lDKswwrtal'Wt 



FARSr STOCK. &o.^__^_ 

WeU Bred Stock For Sale, 

& aa J® 

HAVING A 1AB0E BREEDING STOCK OF 

SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, 

SOUTHDOWN SHEEP, 
THOBOUGH-BEED TBOTTIBG HORSES, 

....*T.... 

" WOODBURN FARM," 
AwVrney an.l *»»«*" JE5* 1 * 

It. AlTCllESOn* A1,EX,VM>15«. 
ItH BlirtiK Slulloil, WtMMS Bull toantf, Ky- 



Pacific Mail Steamship Company's 

6TE*M3I»P 



OS MOKBAT o«t, ai,i«n. 

Tar* by U10 an pollBES ai FABe'flCK. A-.-i.u, 

California Steam Navigation Company, 



BAMS! 
"for. sale 
ptjee amd teobotjghbred 
1AXOST ;ramsi 

From BpeolaJlj Imported Stock. 
rente »l Sun FranolKO—nT. OERSTHSa. Efq. 
,trj Addrea-Salixldad pMl-OBc.a. Montery Co. 



iillj /ran BroadiMf tt^f. " * a ««*, /". Ji 

OARRTIMO 0NITED STATES MAIL. 

nmir ECLIPSE, Ciptala E. C. I*. ^^ tlt ' 








0) 



$?. 



WSM^^^^^^^^^B. 



CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MOBNING. NOVEMBER 1, 1861. 



NUMBER 7. 



1 1ml 


ytor wcr 


crowded do 


eneb Goo 


I'."''!,' 


"r^n 


f plClSttrt-SC 

iv silent and 


rglocled, 


..Ijiir 


[juf-mi 


n" oftentimes 


9 obliged 




nil dice 


lions, and atte 


ntively to 




<tcp of 3 


ced will, whti 




mile o 


Ills hors 


Most of Iho 


asHcainfl 




to. b 




jood 


-ice; grows tbo 
and they pay w 


gra 


Th 








vel 


'tforscy Flu 


"Kb 


hisibagicalr 


troa 


nfth 


bu tine's on 


professional i 




Till-. 


Ther 




.11 j something , 


cry 












Oil |. 






ocross Ibe sir 




Past 


Ece,n 


od on 


Ibe route of the 


R™ 






IHUr™'™ "" ' ,i "" 1 




g"B 


Sierra 


Vallc 


f puss It. A prelly 



Itself containing eight i 

pretty style, and nil sum 

dons, shade trees, vines, ' 

st Church, tboRttv. Sir 

Ibe Mulhodlsi Cburcb, tku Rev. Jlr. Urmy, 
l Hospital, 
j- On tlilo street, "bleb ]g straight, (iro tbo real- 

deuces of Dr. Kibbce, Col. Fletcher, Col. Wi " 

Judge Sroilb, Mr. J. 9. 
iPnrdr, Mr. [HricbMder.nnil Judg. 
El the right spirit here to make this street pcnutl- 
fbl. Dr. Kibbce bm n very fine garden wblcb Is 

j beautiful ho Ikes in bis gar- 

HnIeua,Dl call m their beautiful places afforded ut 

TkAeallon Judge- Tuvlorgavo us nnusnol pie 
J&nthis dignitary of tbo law wo fonnd one old 
friend ilit [.out Editor, unco of Iho Hnrysvillu 
Rill,— then blown ns Bob Taylor, Ibe happy 
Tcrybody joju 
nit and tfii^j, b';>|iily r-orruunilrd v.itb a lovely 
■oodincrciifiiii! family. Oar brotber Editor w 
oolong hii v„lum.-. r Coke ririd Littleton, Cbitty i 
JPleidlng, cte ■ butforaliltls ttmo wo bndo blin 

pntaway Imv l, u .,k* nnd talk of 
JElagi. Our visit Has as hour lliot we shall long 



.I.MII- ,|„: 


-,. 


ri!!l"to , !' , li 1 '' 


J% 


r n Homo 


lienvy shoulder 


seldom in 


ia v 


oil ; cbejt 




7 




1 10( 


pDlUllll is 








mini inim wiui 






y^v.wv-- ii 




from WOO 












..<iM mluJ, 










i'm" "'■'-'■\ 


of 


lo Cultivate 


a pur 





lo bo occupied, savi 
hosl of ibe E.chnngo. The now hulel ia forty 
thirty-eight foot, with wing— iwo- storied ; dining 
room twcniy-lwo by fifty-seven feet; is substan- 
tially built by Ibe owners, and ol! bard finished, 



tr Is estimated that in ibis Biali 
ir.ii,n>ii.i flump. Tile woul clip o" ' 
will not fall moQli iliott of live I 



"the oalip objstia fab_meb 




1 '-""juni :< j.njsiail nnd mental cxtrli< irli„c ,i ,n ■ '" K"c an eiiemlnl , hn 



^TJ^E^CA- L I FOBNI£2 



A.EMBK. 



IMTUIOTIC POEM. 

tr™ folla-ing bMoliful^lrlstio p u ™ -« r**d ■" 

Ila, i. haul, in every liuo.ind ..™l-«.rir>.; l-tr, ... 
... .„„ ,i !„. Tl,d !■,.«». -« bj Rot. Dr. 



a OD KonnBemont (or August- 
Win. Ibis month, In. most section., H« ttW 
IMOn data. Tito IJecs continue id eipel ttao 
;oues, and during; llill period the colanlM should 
» carefully suporvlBcd. Those whloh ratatn Ibelr 
rone* luoffer ibon their neighbor!, should be 

.j examine ihem, to ascertain their condition, eo 
Lhul if found quecnlcss, the proper menus may be 
sblj used 10 provide Q remedy, bj supply- 



rhic'b their blood 



QwpHriiil-Wbentt.Te. 
Lir-,.1 nal the anny forrnnn . race, 

DnTl r.. l ['t!i!'l*iii:'" J iT'-,'llii.ui'i Ibe ( 



I light, IlkeHaatan'. ..pprorlnr, (mill), 
i, irilllDE burl I«ra'' nigh bohMt 



TO THE FARMING INTEREST ! 
MW JONES & HEWITT, 

IIITOUEU ASD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL- 

GROCERIES, 

LIQUORS, 

Provisions, 

HARDWARE, MINING, AND 
AGRICULTURAL 

IMPLEMENTS. 

Plows, 



i lit is«-i ; 



Hoyal Agric ultur 
PJThi moodily Coui 
fercdncsdov, liny 1st, 



Society of England. 
I meeting KM buld 
cl Pouja. President, io I 



ricis wliere Uuckivbeut is cultivated, 
vo usually renewed nud abundant 




FKUITS, GRAIN, AND PRODUCER 



FRUIT 

Commission Dealers. 

tub uriDKiumnBn iuvikb heeh eh- 

SALS Of FRUITS 
. .__")»* FnurVoor., r..r«trallT »««lt 
Oonilgnmcnu from onj and ill 

Frult-Qrowers, 



TJIVIOTV HOUSE ! 

Corner of Main and Center streets, 

MOKELUMNE HUii 

Henry Atwood, Proprietor. 

^ THIS SriESWlTTHItEE-STOBV STOSE 
fcj bcor, Ib.iri.iKhlj rrnoraled nntl rioallr ln> 

spSnbid billiard table added. 

Tbe Diolns-room boa boon Added into |* FamHj 




Grain and Flonr Eaoki, Baling-Bope, 
Powder, Oakniu, 

Shot, Tw. . 

Fuse, P^ 011 . 

Cordage, Sown, 

Marline, Blocks, Oars. 



JVotice- 

rpDn COPA«TSKB=!riP~irBftETOFOBE EXISTING 
■„- n,iri..lTl.Hll> ■'- lilr-HAUli-. I- l-r- '. ■}■ ■ ■ ■-.■-! '■> r.M.- 



M. !. "I.:. I. Q« Bill, Moj 1Kb. I 



Sa 


'bo iapplioJ wlm tbobejl 




biTO oil been IhoroajtblT 
-nlsbad, and "111 aceouiaio- 




opartfrora the "ONION, 1 
„l trivi-lori tbe Homo il 


.'!,. if..- 


sir or tfali ecciulen to bt 

..,....,.. |-l^e....( reclQMioa 

their"]" ii™ 'be Uuloe 


i. .ui.i' 


able. 


HENBY ATWOOD. 







A. H. TODD & OO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



Attention, Hay-Balers I 

BALINC-ROPE. 

TOSTRKCEIVEP, EX HULP "FEAni-EHS^oodotber In 
COILS SUPERIOR EA9TEHH BALE-ROPE, 



■ill c.,nluir, .hi 
>-ruu. Ik-v.iu I 



c report of tbis commillc 
r. Tbompjon, U.V., the elm 
Eiiavs hod accorded the pi 
W. k B, DaTabird. of Hue 



il A E ri, 



il Collei 



. ,.|..i:,;i.j un.iI. ,:_...: n» quniiii.-i. Tin 

is) adopted. The iiboim of tbo End c 

,„EeH and Mr. llunjbltslon, M. P., «-er 

d to tbe list of the committee. 

i/oirrof, Lich.— The rtport of tbi) comuittc 

j prejented by Lord Walilngbatn, the choir 

Li-sn made for ptocuricg 

w o/' 1B02.— A depntotlon, 

]„"„.' fi'r JXi"siI. II V, II >r'. , 
fHi '-LI.", mi. appointed V> 
,,„„!. ..]..„, r „, l,,r M.,j,.,ly', 

io President brought fbrrrocd bi5 motion thut 
"1 not be expedient fur the Society to buld n 
rin I.nndou, in conneilon iritb tbe fbow 01 



F the Lauk.— A pnir of lnrks hnd 
i n crosfl-field, irheru they bulehed 
IB. Very joon after tbe voung 
DQBt tbe owner of the Geld ivm 
moivei) to work, the suite uf the 
liim lo DO I bin prnss sooner than 
nborerf npprouehed the nest the 



i bnek ; and in thil manner they carried off 
..,= ,.bolu brood bclnre the mov.-i'rs find (cue bed 
their -aeH.— [Routti'dge's III. .Vat. His. 

cmccLaTioif OF THE FAKMEB abhoad. 

Te bnve often urged tbo friends of onr State, to 
id us In ibe Circulation of oar Journal iu tho 
Old States, and liuropi, so that ivo might bo more 
jmeniol of good, nttd help to iocreMe tbe 
lotion of Dalifomlr., and tbna moke the State 

ibnrooften pn'diabcd strong Letters, from 
.no Slates, proving Ibe good uar Journal Is 
j in making our Stole truly knoo-n in nil her 
resources. We now nek of nil who feci a 
a to have our State double her population, 



JPl&ixt Early ! 

Seed I Seed I Seed I Seed I 

4» A LARGE AND NEW ASSORTMENT .oon 
FIELD, GRASS, (lERtl, AND VEGETABLE SEEDS 



PACIFIC 
FRUIT MARKET 



DOWNIE HOTEL, 

South End of Durgan Bridge, 

Nevada street, Uownieviue. 

W. M. DOWNEY, Proprietor, 

^„ with i:;''Eir,.\^Ki' ur?i:iESS.i hate 

:: 'J ,.fii:,r^cd fjtililicj fur ace o m mod nllc g mf 
I ]l lt3 F TnonololhB^iii.abe«Bpinle.l, popared.ond 
""''■"-'o^' i™™iru'oiit.'. -.I'll'i-.Hii^-J and mnltlnlacl, 
BgonCTIOH OF PRICESi 

Krnvrom.mSf'-V.V"^™"^!^*."".".""."." so 

KBSKod.lnorrrl.e.lt ^ S ™fflLSfi 

L./.l^inc. i-i'J in.:l.y ■■ ■■ ■■ '','.;' ■'"■' '"' i .,.'i"!'" 



THE VERANDA HOTEL, 

Corner Main and Cburcli -ts.. 

ZONE CITY, 

AMADOR COUNTY. 
„_„ THE nBDBRSIOSED, PPOPftIET0R3. 



Well Cleaned Grain ! 

TA3t MILLS ! FAM MILLS ! 

r T GHANTS PATENT~] PROVED HV lOVF.-' S 
J . Ill m. KIT lur l.klos out B^lejnoJ Dun; SS |u> 
"S3'" 4 JONES A: HEWLETT. 



: nppoo 






Powder 



SHOT. 

. ii- ■ • ■■■■■ ■ l ; - i ■■ =-■ f ■- ■ £ . 



"IF! AHRASOEMESTa ARE NOW CI 
Uo FamfgaioeDU daily from 



OUR JOHDINO DEPARTMENT 

RTMENT 



"WINE! 






,a ' duiSjIby ii C'j'i'n:f, 



ST. GEORGE 

HOTEL, 
On r*oixrtJti. Street, 

Belfreen J and K. sirciis, 

SACRAHENTO CITY. 

fnEnon, 



Warm Springs Hotel ! 

Near Hie DIInnIou San Jose, 



1TECEITE WISE OS STORAGE, 

oh je"o:ei sale. 



"^tO rV.'-'nii^ 'V' 1 ' T.'V'I l ;';\t TE1 "" JA1 ' 



L.u of Mr. llroadrcvb Glbbs, .eeoodi 
rest at the country m-eiine;! of U 



CALIFORNIA WINE! 

CARD. 



la. Col 



■ i:,„H.r..linii, o, i:inl,:-,nr,.l l'.mui.:riii,l Ilonseb. . 

— T5EIK0 oi-te:; applied ■>■< uv aciIEain 

With a desire to mnho the Resources of Cnli- 1) T a ;■;<:!:■= .hr.u.:h,.ii th.-.Si-.,-., i-.r ,..v MM n 
rni.hnuKO abroad MniddT as possible, wo feel I .raall qaontillet, I beijbynol. ipem. u»» 
nf;rtcnt :bot if bo eoolJ Cdeulate tbo Oalis 
a Faduid la all the Older State', it would 



"the great Slosles of Iho 

is the ploco tor ihem to 

Id .-■■ ■- . benefit 



-■ i -il in of 
ant oil who 
..M, known, 



lawrence «t houseworth 
OPTICI^jSTS 

So. C3T Clar Street, 






sioglo t 



Messrs, HOBBS, GILMORE & Co,, 

SAN FRANCISCO, 

My Sole and Exclusive Agents 

Wilh Iho In.pn.vtu ImtruoienU of 

r.. r , n ,.^-,.,.... i; ; i ...i. | r..i_.i..r;:., ; : ' l ;; L [ ;; i u ll L L, ;; l .'!";V" 
vi's'i. 1 . Mil" ■■■■ | "; , ; i ,: " ■ ":,','. V ,.'".',, '.;'.■' im'"-'.'! 1 ,! ;!;.'' 

IT O T I O E. 
IN CONFORMITY WITH THE ADOVF. rAltli. 

in, ,. „|,|, ,■;„■> ii.l.n:,...! iba! no, tbo lubseribori, horo 

-%7%rH3.Gi Cellars, 

Koirly opnoiKe the Itollroad Depot, 

E»XJI£.lll "WINES 1 

CONS 1ST rNti op 

Port, Angelica, and White Wines 



SEED, PLANTS. ETC. 



To tlie Seed Trade ! 

J. M. THORBURN & CO., 

13 Jolm stare-tat, 

NEW YOEK, 

. GROWERS AND [HPDRTERa O? sSTfl 

5 VEGETABLE, §§ 

Flower, Field, Fruit, 

TREE "SEEDS 



Union Hotel, Sonoma. 



A. (I 0„l; 



1 to Rive 



SPERRY'S^ HOTEL. 

ODtOCS FIRE-PROOF BL'ILD- 



Flrat-Olass Seeds, 

Tnoa. dav, 



m 



GOLD, 8ILVEE, AHD STEEL 
Sl>OOt£lol©S, 

With the but ouilltf of Qloues, and ISn eslobobrnled 
BRAZILIAN PEBBLES. 

BTBHE03G0PS3 AND TIUWS, ETC. 

Pocket-knives, Eazors, Soissore, &a„ 

-i- GLASSES Btlod to Fromrt, °".l i'-EI'.UIli 



Wlllca »• will 1*11 m noaniu™ » , ..h-uibui 
up Ins |,p nepnc B J*J BBSi (jjLMORE i C 
17 Mat.'— " 



a or in, recently pusod. ihtongh Itocbes- 
C. bound to Hoffolo, to u- I-. . . : -, , b 

and tblily rods in leogih, and ««s draw 



BUY ALL YOUR 

GOLD ORNAMENTS 

TU O K. B B I 



Tlie JPlsiica. St«,l>le, 

DOWNIEVILLE. 
RETICKER 8t MORRISON. 






SEED WAREHOUSE, 

S. ^V. MOOBE. 

IMPORTER, 

WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALER IN 

Farm, Garden, Fruit, Tree, 

AX J» A«ailCl I.TBIt it, SEEDS, 



on Peonies, Uvacintiih, GT.AnioLAf 

ES, TULIPS, nnJ otlior Flowering Plants, 

No. 110 California street, 

»«» Hoinomr. ontl M ,,n,- ,,,o r y ■Ir.eU, 
a SAN FRANCISCO. 



GABDEN;EN(HNE FOR SALE, 



^ir.'u'lM ^. ind the lardoi 
Ml dallj for Mokalumna Hill, 



PRESTON'S PLACE 

Tomales Bay, Marin Co, 

. IWtSnTOINFORM SIT FRTEKDS ASD 






Breeding-Mares Wanted. 



Jebb's Patent Churn. 






THE "0ALIFOBNIAjAEM|Si 



Tob "Ladies' DEriamfii 
onder the charge of Hi*. Ll.iio W" 
.ill Ih found on the iii* P'E ' ""* ™ 
especial attention. _ 

I«ob 10 Our Special Advertisi 
O.r mdir, -ul .i-y- »«* tapmijn < 
our Sr«W Ai»««Wr:i! colurniip. «o 1' 



llniea" id Saps. Money sea 
and jot we can perceive, 
oflhis dcpresslno. 



ir n-Ha cliculnUoB will «n 



.DlH-BcM OBUT flCTflFl Caf/lf, BW Ml"*", £*«H- 

dr and Cotnrold ffi«p, Jim'ton ««« a™* i™* 5 *- 



sell by D. Midland, o 

. lol of very superior 

cleaned, atffl highly creditnbl 



Silr* of Groin and "Wool. 




TJoif irito rfejin '0 rmlat las rflj %A.«I print 




fur that Grain and Wool, can be informed of Hie 


alwatBi nil t H"i litmp sucks breed rats und 




,r iIk i- ■■hi.iilJ nlv.t [in! Wheat In hemp 






delay. Samples sent to us from the country, » lib 




particulars, will be responded 10. 


highly honorable lo bim as a grower. 

Cap*. Phillips' Warehouse has now about 35,000 
«ock° Wheat In ibis Warehouse we fonod a fine 


TeoHcnBona why every Farmer and Slack- 




lit. Eras* Former and Stock-raiser should be a 


liable lot — r«ir, plump berry, well -cleaned and 






2d. Every such person alioulct give bis snnelion 
and support, generously and voluntarily, lo a 


fu Lnwley's Warehouse we found 20,000 sacks 


Journal thai advances bis own parucular bust- 




At Mellhow i Clark's we did not obtain par- 


3d Every such peHpn is t-nrford by the publi- 


ticulars ; probably about as much os »l Mr. Law 


cation of such a Journal, and is in jaslieaboand 


ninety thousand sacks Wheat, aud in private 




4ih. Kn per;on engaged in these employments 












5th. The Farmer and Slock-raiEcr Kill always 




bo belter advised of the markets, and that kind 


from known parcels; besides, there are probubl 


of information so important to bis interests by 


many small lots, whose aggregate would muk 






Glh. The Cn.irOBi.il FisnEn bos faithfully advo- 


There ore two Flouring Mills in Sop*. Th 



imparl 



;ri.;n!|., 



Qoodyear'a Bar. I »<="" C ""' nbi 

rs place has been fatuous In Ibo years past as | TusM hns beci 




Now Ctaunbar Mine In Napa Owm* 
t!j opened na extensi 



healihy. This Harden of o 

brings high prlcrs "i llio mi 

sides and ham* .iri= cured. ' 
E pflt — n neat cottage and t 

Dr. Kennteffhnsu garden 



which promises 


nan, afP 


pc's Volley. The Cio 




red by at 


am of the fires wblc 


are made to burn 


off the ch 




be oulcroppings 


ofihoCiu 




A Coin jinny ho 


been fo 
$11)2,0011 




SI00O each. A D 


ardofDI 


Butler, J. 3. Stark, 



Jan Joaquin AgrfcmUnral Boo! sty. 



i Mills, by Cor 

I arty-five 



oSI 6 






Btb. The C.u.ironjfiA Fjuiieb contains the an- 
nouncement of all New Seeds, Grains, Grasses, 
etc., together with all New Implements that will 
advance the canse of the cultivators of Ibo soil. 

9th. The OuJroaxu Finsica contains the arrival 
and introduction of all the best Stock of all 
kinds as soon as known, together with the fall 
Market Departs uf nil the itUiriils appertaining 

10th. The Cjliiobkii Fjaura is now the nab/ 



the time this Journal commenced ; and ha 
been constant in its efforts for the good on 
interests, descries Ihe cheerful patronage o 



TVino-Haking in H«pa. 
Jons Patcheit, Esq., of Sup*, has been ti 
successful ihe present year in making Wine, hi 
ing made between three thnusand and four tbi 
sand gallons. Mr. Pellet Is tbc Gardener ti 
'Wine-Maker, and hii system of fermenting through 
water by means of a siphon is tho true ooo, as 
secures the aroma to the Wine. Bis Wine se 
readily at 51 n gallon by ibo cask, aail Si BO 
small quantities. Brandy £5. Mr. Patcholl has 
excellent Vineyard, a. good "vV i ne-cel lar, and 
yearly making improvements. 



Vernon Mills have recently been removi 
o be upon the banks of the creek, to sccu 

ieon receiving Wheat and Shipping Flor 

can now be passed directly upon scbooae 

r stream from Ihe Mill. The Vernon Mi 1 

rned by Messrs. Henld, Cooper k Kesler, all 

cal working men. Mr. flcald, a millwright ; 

Mr. Cooper, a miller ; and Mr. Hosier, the business 

to receirc grain and ship flour; thus, by a 

m of labor, u system complete is effected, 

The Vernon 1 







Napa Pottery. 












pa Pottery at Hro 














,. 1-,.,. .11,1 




k under s 


o good 


lu-ailivay 










Clay of 




ictltcutc 


mlliT 


is found n 


urine 


raclory. 






S CI 




year 


net, nn.l 


Luj 














ware for tb 


odsi 


y and bou 


ebold n 






or I rude. 


(Ihlir 


ns, milk pa 








mugs, jugs 


pile 


ors, and ih 


new te 


npots. 1 


uuli 


of this wn 




,o glased < 










This 


factory " 


i mndi 




JUOU 




asty 


car from o 


o wbc 


1. Tboy 
ly this 


itipe 
ear 


r'lmvi'r he 


sure 


ilso made- 


Punic 


s nod IU 


ncti 



mountain— at the bead of Brown's Valley, 

yard. The Grapes hung ia great clusters, a beau- 
tiful sight, the crop ua this one Vine being over 
ono thousand pounds I This was at tho residence 
of Mr. Boisford, a truly beautiful spot, baying all 
the surrounding of a fruitful. Orchard and <Jir- 
dsn, and beautiful scenery from every point. 



A Goad •Vineyard. 
Da. 0. B. Crane, or BL ilolone, has a very Br 
young Vineyard of iblrty-two acres of Caliform 
Grapes, and fivo acres of Foreign Grapes. G 
udopta the syslom of closo pruning. Ho cultiVBti 
tbe ground well, keeps all WC eds down, ood makes 
bis Vineyard speak to his ttedit. \v c take 
sure in noticing ft well eared-for Via. 



example. 


Some idM may be had of tbo farming of Napa 
when we say Bc found tho following crops whore 
wo called; Ono farm 3 S 00 sacks, ono 3000, ano- 
ther 1500, eercral luoo, and many 500 to luQO 
each, and the greater part of It lolly cleoncd'aod 
in good sacks, a vntl improvemeot ftom former 
years. 

Kapa has done well and nobly us a producing 
county. 


the name and county. 


Another Good Vineyard. 

Ma. Lar rimer, near Napa, oat In tho bolloir of 

one of tho pretlj little mountil H g, bat a Tory 

cuolce VineyBrd, hii Vines yielding a very eteel- 

lent crop of Grape* of very soperior quality. 

I, Th;re Is no rolataka hot tbeso hillsides and hill- 

' lops around Napa will proto lo ho superior for 


A Luge Vineyard. 
IfaiM. Sigrist t Brothers, ohout ton 
frnro Napa, out on tho rising ground, hnv 
vineyard of sixty ncres, yet young, but 1 
growing condition, having mnde a very c 
growth this year. It It now second year fr 
tings. They will plant ono hundred acre 


tho Mechanic!- In/tiluia, has bean [witpoued nalil [ur- 
tbor nollcr, Euppjied run, ths iU m ailemlanee a 
(bote delivered. 


Iur.camer.looo of tho new DaiLway Hall, to bo 

...nol .,„ )■.,,, „,,...(, ncjr luf.,,,1, « W b,. llU wilu 
doe «, [rnu0J , B luadsy, X«„w itB . In tbo 


Wine Press. Their utteution has boon ab 
by their herds of cattle which they are n 
ing, when they will give all their time 
.growing and wiue-making, Wo wlab the 




eaning Urge quan 
d double-cleaning q 


ties for shippin 


anting. This new 


cleaner of the Ve 


rows off Ibc reins 


e lu three lots: 


mod grain— ba rlev 


oats, and oth 






bieken feed; and th 


nl, chaff. Thewh 


us works to a chart 


a. £«ry/ u ™«- 




' at (lii MIL 


This mill is largo a 


d spacious, and a 


1 the machinery w 


ell. The fuundat 



mill is of stone, I 

cleaner, and the 

move finely, qulelly, and well" 

Tho burr mill-stones were ones used in 
mill on "Telegraph Hill." Tho Vernon Mil 
somo of the finest samples of Wheat w 
icon ia Ibis Stale; this made Into Flou 

Wo san- soi 



at eleven J., u. They are really flnr, noim 
good pedigrees, and will no doubl cc 



^fT^-F. n A T.TWC^WTaT^ A. R ME JR. 



56 



BTATB SUMMARY- 
P .• tnctofifnUDtMobMitcclwdiaihorilr 

Sbb M-ML.ii. Me.™t,ger brag. lb»l ™™ bU ^'*" 



S,..,,'; l'l.,,',!.'r....l.M.-K.I,IT y «,T,. .l.l.ruKbtaB «"«- 

h£ at»at lonr day. Mitna &ua; "r»£TS«S^ TI-. 
SritTriulJ^ 



ir ._Swiii=iici"ii.l 
led iind m nil c fur the Gnfcrnmcnl 
■ , N c w York journal, 
demnnd for brcndstolTa from Ibi! 
iirgttly wceed tbo demand of any 



Ilia 



n for 



STALLIONS 
^T A.TTCTIOiN'! 

Fridny, jVov. 1st, 1861, 

BLACK DAWK 
317 FIp« tire 




Wo will ml', br ordor uf JOEL MERCHANT, Eiq , 

Two Valuable Stallions, 

KNOWN AS 

BAY STATE CHAMPION, 
ST. LAWRENCE. 

U » T Stole CbMnpTon II *,^ 1 0l ^ B ^V B dT"V»"« 

$ a ™"..n, b o"J ^ 

W™diarj.b T .r...im si-tl-...!. ii-"^ •■■> 'i ,;■-■-;''■■ 

H.i-. 1C - , ... i. --lit. !(■■■.!■ ■ >i' ! ';-t"""l". Htidan 

Alloo, iu by Ehormen, by Jialtn Morgin. 

St. L»w«n« li » <leop ''f'j'^""*^^^?!',.^ 
1W0 [lonndi; wiu'liv. ...... in- I'M I be Mil. ,l»j -if la-i 

June. He™ wi-J id T,,...,l... i: I" I r. lV = .irfi 

1., .;, 1, ,v, r ,-..-.:. ,^..lr..,,..l_l,.^. 1 .U. '^-^_'-"" 

united btfrnllo In ?M° "ill?"?™ no. outer He' 
bl-.o Normnr. waie, Lit-ly Slmpjon. beta belne- 
leoauanH of Lad, SiriJ, tbo dnm of Henry Clay 



—ALSO— 

One Collier Stallion, 

Four jean old, might 11H> poundl. 

One French Canadian Stallion, 

Sli yean old, weight 1000 [Witndj, 
Thejtboro Stock nil I b 

three diysr" 

ji:itu>n: RICE & CO., 



Agricultural Implements ! 

OF ALL KINDS, 

—AT THE— 

Lowest City Prices 

"Wholesale an 4 Itetail- 

J. D. ARTHUR & SOT,", 

loiporten and Dealer., 
n Comer of Wuhlnilon am] Dull HieeU. 




WHEELER & WILSON'S 

First ;E»r©na±ix23a. 
FAMILY 

SEWING MACHINES 

ARE ACKNOWLEDGED 

— TO HE — 

FAK SUPERIOR 

To All OtlierB In Use. 



IMPORTANT! 

WE I1AVK TO-DAY MADE! A SfATEHIAt. 

REDUCTION Df OUR PRICES 

COAL OILS! 

Machinery Oils! 
CAMPHENE! 

TTJEPElSrTIN"E ! 

STANFORD BROTHERS, 

California street, near Front, 



TO jy^JRMEliS ! 

rpBE uhdersigkeb are 

FREFAEEL TO MAKE ADVAHCES 

Consignments of approved Produce 

FRIENDS IN LIVERPOOL, 
ox VERY favorable; terms. 

S FUftNlBBED ON APPLt- 
, DEUF8TER & CD. 



LAMOT & COLLINS, 

Leaders and Introducers of 

FASHIONS 

FOR HATS! 

Corner 2d and J ats-, 



UNION FARM 
AND PLANTATION 

MILLS. 
TO IfAIEMEItS, 

Stock-Raisers, 

-AND— 

STABLE KEEPERS 

PARTICULARLY INVITED TO 
EXAMINE TDE ,11 ILL 

ABOVE. 

CHARACTER. IT 

THE BEST MILL, 

THE ruBLic. 



PIONEER £$) 

Riding' Academy, 

LIVERY AND SALE STABLES 



JUUNaON 



roprltt. 



lo^Lldlu on Tue-I.ji, Thti 
SUllfrj Tr«Birr, wbn -111 oj.cn • CbKt l..r Dniiiuuj. 
ACoDC'MY trill tw epea EVER* EVEH1HQ, 











•Shoo™. If I 




T.: 


„„ ..,,.. „„[ ,, JU .,| lli. ...,..,,.. ,.\ !.,,.,„... 


... J 1 1 lie Ob- 


.Mi, .|„,i,.,l ,,,.1 !ir...:,..|. '1..-, .;■■ I.,-;. 
















■ be co.ik.1iv of UrOdKllt, and "it.. immi.illj ..I it- 








:.c • ,i|.^5M of it ibDroujr.il miiniirioK. and giiur- 














e S. V. WotWt 






Jiotnlil.itaniHng the clii:ii|>iit.-s3 of pcuil itili 




Uods la many localities, brill* ill S:.n Jo.i.,01 




cuoal' are reaiio[; remilh- m -7 tu ;l'> I'er u.t 








ntll feoced, .ad require do outlay beyond lb 


la IbeTldnUyol 


labor of plowing and sowing. 



Tlie Best Churn Idio^vii 

J ebb's Patent Churn ! 



BUY ALL YOUR 

JEWELRY 

0P 

TUCKER ! 



Buy -A.11 Trotu" 

SILVERWARE 

OF 

TTJCKERj 



These Mills Were Awarded the 

FIRST PREMIUM! 

-AT THE— 

State Fair at Saarfuaento, Bay District and 

Mechanics' Fair, in San Francisco, 

and at the Santa Clara Fair, 

PRICES OF HILLS A3 FOLLOWS 

Mill complete, with Bolt for Family 

Floor S150 

Hill complete, without Bolt • - 140 
Extra n ii dm g -surface,, per set - 10 

Greene, Heath & Allen, 

SOLE -A.C3-EJSTTS rOH 

California, Oregon, ana" tVasutoglon Territory 

9ICBHr§. KEEP & BRIGG8, 



STOCKTON, 
iRE OUR nULV AUTHORIZED AGENTS FOB THE 
L SALE OP TflLdK HILLS. 



54: 



THE O 



fJJffoBNIAjAEMB^ 




hero she bad been living, 
ord to her mother. 



Then the l.i'-l v Bgala 



Literature— No. 6. 



"They ought W^^ 

" ! >l'' l, ) 1 „!'ni' n,!"-..'" m' : i")-- " sotig thill J""' b "1 
: , , , ,,,'.„, i„. r li. mlv "-,.,: ..ThcProod 

;;",|-,,i..,T,...i l .n ., i.«»f of »" Qd io t"! 1 ,^; 

s , oIbbo." Tin.- j,>D E >toB Biinglu.eTerylana 

""I'HnVdreaarnl tbntSO mneh is snid ntitiut mo, 



in?" alio asked. 
I, "Ingor can Diner 

won' I it bo granted 



d iDger to I MBS. LIZZIE W. WAREES, K. ». 

Id bnvo been BL i!OTaroiAir and hidhofathist, 

a nothing tbnt con hulp 



difficult for her 
icd mo bettor, then I" 



EDUCATIONAL. 



mUUOM of Iho potlilm '"& nP5"!lvo iWoj tall 

I,',.- .!.,|,lr,IT Tt... :,, -■ ,>..-.,,-, lull i! '-"'i"" lic "^ t '*, l '™1! 

!■■!.:.! ■<-■■ -!.■■■ ii: " ; , ' l "' i " , ' i l ;.'■'■,';■;; .',.''.'.'.';., \ .-,■'.■ .i-.iiV, 

»., wlili f.mlilcr. requiring . belKr UnoHlalB" ofl hl 

iV'i .', J . C . , .T- ,';" ? E ,*.' '.'.;,. b '^^"T..t r ^ ^ : - ■■'■ i L ^. r ,;'"|_ 1 ;^, 1 . , ,.'.',V.' J! Jb'^ 'U 

SiIjc'b/ld"em° Tolil>pn«tc8«liei'Ulgi»oher£i' 

■..i'.\i'CUlH:ni:i.^^f!,.;.'l-lin- 1" »-.- .Trlbr,.rill>- « 



Pulu! The Wonderfiil 



STOCKTON 

Female Seminary. 



T'lU 



•Pii™1*nKdral Kan J liiw! noijcr^rjed' aDMitt; ^ 



'''^T^'"'^ 



=:■ ;,v" 



"(hir ™'bjwj of ■iu<iyo,mpri,raT,roDoparon>aii,ip ra . 
TUB. STUDIES OP THE PREPARATORY COCHSt 

Riwrlin-, Wrilln.-. '"'"■' :t.i;iliy. Antlira'tic (Tiomjuotf, 
Hu.lsm.-r.l-l, l'Nir::.:y .■ r-. |-!,i . " if n.-.r, -.ad CampaBgt. 

Rhetorical RentUn--. Anil, mill.-. >:■■ :i-F^...|.ii, r , Gcojnfij, 
H,. t „ r j-, ■ir-.i:.<r:- l r, ;',-i, m -, ! |.hli.'.'-l'.'"ii|:(.jl(l < ,0. 

THE STUDIKi '-'> Tllfi V AHi.UIC; COURSE. 

Alston. Geometry, S""™' PWhaaplj, Phj.Wogy, Rfces. 

rlr, I'Lj-iciil i;i:-.'_'in|h/, »nJ R.!rji["»iuun. 
Trinoi.i.rattrr.Ajtrt.iinmj.Ni.iiin.lHlESOiT.Beoraj.loJ^ 

],.:■ ■h-fr.-j.il J'ln! » I. v. "i:-l IV„j|>-..'i:[.:n. 





Economy 


Moral PbllofOphfi E'ldHKaOfCiriK^ 


■„■-.. II . 
































be felillri toiisftl 


ploan nf 








with UJC Principal. 


f ™ *«*" m 


bo .eapenco to aari 



Classical Seliool 

FOR BOYS. 

WobnooublWirf a Department lorBOjrL Tbe«m 

,| .,... ,(,- |1, -. In I.-' h-.in-,'-: |l.- h .:,il.|. -H i , .r-.l.. , JJ 

] : Mr ! .'I!' ■ ■ 



SANTA CLARA COLLEGE. 



KolrancD, to ho paid but once SIS 

ll.>.,r.i ill.-! Tililion \".-t ■:-.'WB 315 

W:i-bin.E urn] (OBiiilirii cif articles Tuhcd, per 1H 



PRICE EEDUCED1 



HYDRAULIC HOSE 

MANUFACTORY. 



SEWED WITH FOUR SEAMS. 
For 15 Cents per Yard, 

iUAIIANTrTIl TO STAND TI1K I'RKFfUBK OF ONI 
HUKDRED I'EET FALL AND LAST AS LONG 
AS THE DUCK, 



ly the bill in ca 
■M at Ibu IVlk.; 



.-. i-h'1 VHunil V 
. nn.! l.ir.i.Tir..:. 
• liHi.i-ln.l ill 



■ If li:. II ;i 

™Sam» 
JI;.r.-i.-.-hi. i= J..S'.. l;n 



Fifth. Sao Franei«« 



RASCIIE & SONS, 

,. 100 WublnBton «r«t, Son Fmnc 

Dealers 




anjlooeer. Tci be lobungij 



lleQ airny. The 
i, for he had ec 



MRS. D. NORCROSS. 

No, 144 Sacramento street, 

Atwio HDalannory nrcct SAW FRAKCtSCO. 

LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS, 

li.i- I.-,,-.-.: ll,- m.Iv rr-nlir I..M.JI-:-,- !-„,.. 1,.,:, 

-■ --•l 1U rthB Ur t '03t asaoltrjitril mi-.l l„.-,l ..;-,h ,;■:■.■ :i: 

■ jut TliUad the Eail, ao.i completed ajl 

,|- r(.,!i.,riMf ] i,,. (,,...1 i „ ,| .,,,,,, ,,,. ,:,, 

— - r. thoroby ha' 



PIA1VOFORTES, 
SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 

Musical Instruments, 

Strings, .Sec- 

A. II. Gale & Co., New York, 

C. Meyer, Pliltadelplila, 

T. Gilbert, B Oil ton, 

itas PIAN03 Ibcy COH3TANTLV keep on (» 

FOR SALE AND TO RENT-/ 



Pianos and All Other Instruments 

TUNED AND REPAIRED. 



-■ liir".i.:h lir-'l 
113 Iholl 



UNDER LINEN, 
HOSIERY 

UNDER CLOTHING, 

And all Ooodi In ear lino. 

MBS. D, .... 

" No. 1-1-1 t-V- 



it ilajed. Some people 



■o Intelligent Tonng Mnn ii UTaatca 



M A S O N I C R E C A L I A . 

L-OE LODGE, 

R. A. CHAPTER, 
COUNCIL, 

K K I G H T 8 TEMPLAR: 
!■> Ml ,ir,,r,riio K 1o.eurorlndly|rjual , u( .„,l..,, ,„„ 
UMl^sfatcS'prl" 1 " ' i0Mit3 ' lnd " 0l1 

!.H>..;liL\,lBi B BE,0h»ltl l 0»TlIi l Ltlilb1, 

'I'liiM-ii'-l.'iidC-lNrur., Jlaooer. ana 
JMWTtollllBitUthl-l.r.m.-rn.f , u „ „..;,,,, 

D. NORCROSS, ■ 

0. H-l SACItA.ME.STO STItEET, 
Bah P«. Bt ,, aco ', 



HTJjSTTER'S 
GKAIjST SEPARATOE! 



BUY ALL YOUR 

WATCHES 

OP 



tiit: 'i!iH:-:-,:n,,iu:ii:; ,.,■ tin: im-,'~> 

-;- i .;-( , llii' ,:i>.\-|- 1,:,,,. „.,„- „„ ,...,,!■ i ;..■ 

Tho nSdo4l°ntd nmrn'off™ fb" a bl» 

NEW GRAIN SEPARATOR. 
Patented April Otli, I8(**j 

A8ooeertbebe-.lli,i,.l L „„. ri i, l , v „ T i„v..r 1 u-l. JI«" r ; 
I. .iM.. n- ., !:,ri, v. . r,-i :,M „,l i: t i-r"f"^.;:' 

Iho Impertoneo of this Imptemont can b» K' 
odco, a, tho 

INOKBASED VAIitJS 

WeU-Cleaned AVheat 

Will he mora iban mulciont la oreiy I)n>in-l5"" u 
TO PAY FOR A MACHISE. ■ 



IMiMiY I'Aiit:. ;,-„],. 

-' I.KMi.N, ,„,.„„ 

BAiitll ,. 11A111LTUS, Slocktonand 



''TMHE CALIFOBNIAl'ABMEB, 



55 



FAREWKLL, KtJSDIBR. 



if 'snv little ■!' 


cc con lie rendered la tnutber, to 


kip b.„l!i.:r u.i 


sist sister, hair pleasant it makes 








,ns o bard lesson giroo him n' 










down bi, head, 


gl the ncit bo luot! bngbllT up 



MAIN & WINCHESTER, 



Electricity as a Remedial Agent. 

DISEASES CUBED 





ogu 


"j ' -f P ,"";"'er^u""ir" Q r 








j [!,..■ 1!!' 


bid, 


bZ^'SLS 


f M IT.V 1 

M.ir, .1., 


IboE- 


helped her, Bho would have los 
rden. Surely It is belter to d 
D my, "Oh, go away, and don' 




•T II E "V E It M O W T 

SEED-SOWER AND REVOLVING HARROW! 
FAEMEES, .A-TTEaSTTIOlsr ! 



With this machine, any porion that em manure a y 

Seeding and Harrowing 

ir nt ALL KINDS OF GRAIN, ai 



[rof hones, eao perform tbo operation of 

at tlie same Time. 

id by Ibo foaja to DtSTIinWTE 



IT 16 SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION, STRONG, AND DURABLE, 

Jurttha mpls-ownl the Farmer needs nllho present tlmo, lo enable him to ralie Grain pro lit ably at Lho pre- 
^t now makes its Ent appearance on the Puolne Coast For sale by 

KNAFP, J!initi:i.i. & CO., 

Sao Franc!.™. Sept. 10, 1961. 2 



^^m and Importers of 

W HARNESS, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE-WARE, & C . , 

SIB ana 218 (Old Ho. 68) Battery street, 

Corner of Rlcbmeoa, 

S.4.V FRANCISCO. 
HAEfraSB of nil tho Principal Makers In tbo United 
Stotas. Alio, BOLE AOBHT8 fot Faoiflo Oontt, for 

HILL'S CONCORD HARNESS, 

"Wholeaale and Eetail." 

FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED ! 



FURNITURE! 

BEDiDiirsra! 




THE CATARACT 

Washing Machine 

AND WRINGER. 

Rubbing and Wringing Done Away! 

THIS MACHINE 



SELLING, MARX & CO., 

HAVE RE-OPENED THE 

Extensive Furniture Warerooms, 

FORMERLY 

J. G. CL^OIK Jfc Co., 

Ho. 510 Washington (treat, Up Stairs, 







REMARKABLE 




'.■ 


FOR TUB 




V' 


FOLLO WLNQ 




QUALITIES 




i ■> 


WHICH IT IS 




WARRANTED 






TO FOSSESS: 


1 rltuo 


be fines 


Laeo Collar, or the 


■i -.lit,,, 
liit 0!..r 


t fhrinkinc them. 

:- „,„i u.ivnr lirealnabqllnn. 


■ i, v'.-l 

■m ),-, 1 

ll. !..!,.! 


■o B a^"l»i5an°lh»n Voun 

vb Timis j.s Fast as Clothes 
,1 rom-vf ib o »al0( ho Ihor- 
Lmv I:." HALF- nicTuiE 

joiini G. ILS, 


""!;; H , 




Slf'iU"", '■■1. .i m ,!,-..!-■.■. „r,' liuardVd"by 
^BjlB toDdloid— bin be was n.bosi. 



r.,i need hereafter 


go toseeonJ- 


ale e.lablL.htc.m.on 


leiiruciton, <lv«n In lb. art 

(■""I..-,- ...a, 6'_1j.uO ".Till lit L" 


'SllggfiP 


BTJ-y 


A.I.X. 


YOTIR 


PEARLS 




OF.... 




T TJ 


c is; 


E It ! 



A nSEHAImLE-nnltSE, Fdl , ll [ Yi.'.\ K.S 

- can' un a. iBAIe' < iii "3"I,|,«n"lo MeTn^orJcr. 

»■ bands hleb, btithl bay. with 1 ' slar ami 

■i; i. i^rrett fenlleman'i h„n S Thu 
Uj.ollb!lnfor-raDl<.fuiof,,r !,i , ...,...., 
T. B. MEHUTi 

Fanner Office. 



BUY ALL YOUR 

r» i^-M o :rsr r> s 

OF 

TUCKER! 



THE 



STl fFoliNTXjrJi^yaii^ 




the Wgl» 


«i™r f°wb 


cable 
out b 


to fallen off coo 


1. ml!;. 
aiay suit 




post wesi, holde: 






llnu unti 




nra lo 


snub 


fignroi fl! 




















Pan 






In tbo So 


> York KM 




f& are .0 


hTad 




.^tTwf. 


r«n1s 


pert, 


.boL" Tb 


Fcralcn 




niiJSw 


York, 


ally 




rKiiJos- 






Hate, and thai wo shall conjaqnaoflj cipencn. 
J acre s«d demand for oor Grain crops of ibl.sn 
neityear, so as to meet the nil which will be 





supply 


3r*adjl 


Is to meet 




-mi- 






in oar ot 












qotroa 1 


r ciporL 












for J jc 




,oll co 






iiluj. 


.uu. 




it u> ■ r- 


■orled 












ar*d 3@SmoU ? b 






ana ITm 


], tr.0 mo 


oofou 


staples, ar 


K 


orled 


ncltrc 


















ilnrine; 


lllH f.asl 1 








(laoliu 


the ilccli 


r»i 


cat abate n 


t«a 


l*«n 


tonoj: 


irith a e 


ood trade 


















r receipts. 








Bull 










:(J..-.. 




alaiee 


•want hi 


me be 


rn ban jbt o 


Ijwniat 


ii. 



ran Apple." " ^™" 



'S«era^" »* wJLini CiWrila -■ ■■* jj» 

v"''.'."'''.*'' 1 " ■'-' ■■ -■ Ii IJ««.ih'c-B"nii..-"?'i»-- ■/) 

"]■",!?;■ J | lio iMpMici'.-I' !-"» 

iUMl.'.V. " «0 brtponed ';° 9 I? 






Indian Cora of Ibo dob- crop, has eonjo in freely 
durin B tbe past fax day*, ana prices Into declined a 
ilulo. Jloeb uilbocowCarr.il .oft, uniu S r.. i^ tH-ir. 6 

r«latot* owing to tbo brr;e receipt! lalely, am dull 
efiele, it price! ranclng according to qnalilj al from 
Si DO to Si SO. 

Onion- ire b™nj lag scares, and toll at higher Egaro' 

Buckwheat and Rio arc io demand at good prices. 

Tbo Iellowin E vcsrels hma cleared since our loit re- 
port i ShipDeralJof (lis Horning, far Litcrpool, with 
!S,Sifl sacks wheat, BO casks tallow, 500 flaika iinfck- 
silvcr. jt'i. |i]^' [■•j.'chj.-J, aril] ill lag^siirer ore — cargo 
Tallied al 5W,7jr. ; ship Winged Racer, for LiTerrool, 
TfKb iO.SU sacks wheal, 95 packages (liter ore, and 
3 CUM W>lti— valued .1 SW.aar ; ship Noonday, for 
London, with sOOO ar-iiwhi flour, H.V2T sacks wc-sal. 

casks furs, and 1 tugi at— valued at $F5,04i; fb'.p 
WHternBlar, fur Liverpool, with 1S00 bf-iock. flour, 

lilrer ore— Talmd at £01,598; and tbo bark Iila or 
FranM, for Sjdocr,arllhri75iir-lacks Boar, !2SO„ c l„ 
wheat, 16SQ lickl oiu, GOOD Toot lumber, and 40 LUi 
(almon-ralned at SlS,SO0. 

Tbo (hip Winged RietT, fot Irrirpool, wbllo beatini 
down lio Bay on. Hid :6th inst., struck on munkei 
rack ocar Alcatru Island. She, made water rapid It 
aoil was towed as Boonajpt^iLk t" N or i L I'r-Li.i l*c:h 
where a itcam pump was let to work upon her- Sh 

Both tutel and frdglitwero fullj insured. Abcutonc 
halfDrhercju-go of Onin was damaged, and will h 
toll at public auction t.i.daj. Tbo iblji will be n 
paired in a few dijs, and re -loaded. 

The following Ttrsati hare been chartered : tbip Kb 
bob, Io load Breail-lufli for Cork and orders; ihi 
iron, lo load Grain forBjdnoY, aod lbs llj-iJ f.'ro;k,i 
for S«i 1-urk. 

The reeeipu of prodnca for the pwt fortnight hav 
bun u tollowi i Elenr, !!,S"« qr.saeks ; Wheat. 103 
631 lacks; Buley, S3.7&S .acke; OaL, B.SJJ ucli 



Wool at the East 

The K. V. llonlblj- Wool Circoh.r, for Octob. 

snys Jbrongbtrat tbo iutcrlar anil West, M well 

the lower ood mctlinin E raje; of Wool bus raplt 

has citendeil to Ibc Dncr qualities, which, thou 

thelcss been sought after by miiniifot;tU[e» n 
dealers-, manj Of whom huTe hud sufJicienl cot 
denco iu the fotorfl to go forward and lay in sup- 
has created a brisk cotnpeiilioq, and at Ihe present 
wriling-, from the beat inforraation wo can gather, 
..l,i,„-l llie tillirr; clip hn; p:i,..L-J Liul of the L-r.,vv. 
,-r,' liandj, or h htlJ Ir them at prices quito up 

I.-.-i ai.-l mt.iliiiru Wools are still worti. quila as 
US fine, and ivhili.' tliu .klii.il.-! fur .iiiiiy- 

; as, hu..v'v,r. tlii-n; uru mr.v iumc ..-vi.knc..- 
LI rfluruini; Titalily io [;tiHT.,! huiincji, w t Hunk 
lint- W. ,-..!■; -.vill l,,lutc luriL' ii^imie tbeir liv..|.or- 
lionatenod nuliir.il pui-iuoii in tlit- --....I..- ci" iticl-:-. 
TIil- ftJv:.IICii v.iltiin ibii J.iSt forlllislit lM' k.n 




?onr Ktmarod and Fifty Acta. Sich Innd. 

r „M ■ b«ri»in It njijillol lor >noo. 

A Ornnd Opportunity foe a Homa. 



all-Blood Bnrham Stock. 



if perfect puulCTiw, .rortbj in 



PAKM STOCK. cto.__ 

BAJS! £& 

j? O It P* -V L E 

PUKE AND THOROUGHBRED 

SAXON :hamsi 

from speci ally lmp o""i ^">=" 
nca at 'an Fraaniico— HV. l.F.RSTUNO. Em 
iter AddrcM-NnlMdi'l Poli-Ofllee, MontoryCo. 
KL-QESB SllKKWOOD^ 



Flint, Bixby & Co., 

AVE FM.Ii BbOOO 



MEJH.I3STO BUCKS 

FOR SAL.E. 
811 Blllts from SAS JL'AS. 



TBAVEUKG. 



Pacific Wail Sleamahip Company'a 

ETEAUSBIP 

Golden Gate, *m^ 

II. BAllT COHaABDEa 

M F1UUAY SoT - '• 1WI, 

fob. i"^fa.ip«' J a.S(t J a.. 



CaUfomift Steam Ha?igfltion Company, 



j. Full-blood Merino Sheep. 

•3X3" Per-..a<.v[,bin,.-T'„ll-W-iMerinoaheapca, 
ITThy MU r. a irood bargiiir, by a 1T l. In, r- „- 1, 
^araelVrr^^Aadrer ^"olTjLn" 7 a 



Splendid Bvxclie* I 
CRYST AlTP AL ACE ! 



ikerceofcompclr 



do is rcgiilntcd solely hj Ihu 
-ithin a feir creeks carry it to 



no-goods Tot Ibo army and naty, anil at Ibc e. 
ration of their contracts, the stock of loir at 
ediutn Wools will probably tie quite cjliauite 

,.'■. m 'lin-uiUl.i. !■'■■ ■,,,-,,.,.■1,1 ii. u, Hit iii-.rl,. 

.i.li-rs in Wuukiu .'■ill l.v ll.iit lira..- i;re.Hlv ll-.d 
". of now attics, anil 



].,nl : fur 

Spring ens si mares. 
Fulled Wools, of quo 

are thoroughly gleaned. 

California. Wool; huvo been oagorly 

grenlly iidranced rates, and some invoit 

arrive at Tery remuntralivc priccj ; I 

; ndniirouly adapted to the prcsou 



laplcil It 



aoThcraimid or Flllo-r. HuoJn.il nil- Anwrkan tot. 
lal Immrflaielj. 11 craaedwld. lioe-wnolnl 9hoep, io 

Anollor Hoid of Koble'Eiock for Bale. 

^cra! c.lra baeDslry Vow, rerj >u|«.rIor. 

noble Drati Suillloo, «lrcd tn; ~ Mgli-blood Sugllib Draft 

nanl Mural and Colli rf bl;a grade* 



Well Bred Stock For Sale, 

HAVING A LARGE BREEDING STOCK OF 

SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, 

SOUTHDOWN SHEEP, 

THOROUGH-BRED TROTTING HORSES, 

"WOODBUEN FARM," 

Thow, deilroua of purcbaslnt. cao bo supplied at an; 
Also— A faw 

Alderney aud Ayrnlil»-c Cattle. 



Lad Wanted. 



BEjST FISH'S 

NEW 

LIVERY AND SALES-STABLES 

SftDBomB Btreet, corner of Pine. 



Leicester and Colswold Rami. 



Talnablo Blood-Stock For Bale. 






A Drand Chacee Tor ■-. Homestesd 



English -Wool Motkot 



Bo... ..fin T.l gl 11 " 11 " 
v.- .- ■-.■■■■TaV,^^i*?uZ. 

t eV-SX"! 1 ,, ■■:■::- ■''. :"';■'"' 

I:-:i..lT.,il,». i-r.'-.-l .. ,;''.:,,' 



i Franclico Caitlo Siukot. 



illiyaoto He; ad qnallijli 



I., ■ 



qnalil, l e w „. 
noei-Stack'nu 

I,.. . , .-.-. -■. 

Mu»T',a-dr(i«. 

ii"'" ; _ . 



Kay W. Havo Your Aid 1 



y Wool Circular, 



liled Slate* 

il -i.l.l. per 

.; .1110,11,. ,,l' 



■mil bi.iu.ily 
orlion of Ibo 



iidi— To List.— Hero is what n. rrrilcr in i 

iw Ihe value or lt-i-.. i.i.l.-. Ii -,:,-n,, „1„h, 
lo sec them icll nil of Ib.-ir ",k.i,ir,„ 
-ilie [mull ,„iii of lliirlv or forty cent 

lri|i <i|-K.l|.|.uini:-l riiiTbi.lt ;ui int'li ivi.l 
,!-■■ ■-:.!. Inii.llv lirt-ak il l.v pulling back 



P. J. DEVINE & BEO., 

PREilllUm 

Martolo VV or]is, 

K sheet, between Sixth and Seventh street; 

SACRAMENTO. 



Orders frnm the Ciiuntn' promptly attended to. 

H. 1) — 1\ J. Ii. i Br„ , have rc,-olve j Dlplomaaan 

:,!.:■ I:.'- a. lb-; ■<■cor.iL shin |.,ir-. and Lf,m I 
-Meobaolci 1 Initltulo. 



CARRYING O.XiT&D STATKS HAIL. 
SlMCwr ECUP8E.CapU.il E. |'^ p^f™ !rt! 



1. iiinr.iiicr. 



:'iiii|.i.v.'.-.i,v-l'. I'- ■!-. flirt ; 
iH, u.pwl»".a. MuHby. 



SONOMA AND SANTA ROSA 

-& jl.c ;jt^. es i?. 



^SS& PEINCESS, 
;oriGE J. clark Huta 



Begnlar I*ac3cet ! 




kte3"W" Lsa? J a.^ijE; . 



FIRE-PROOF, ROOMY, LIGHT, AND 

Entirely Free from any Dampness, 

LIVERY AND SALE ONLY 

PERSONAL SUPERVISION, 

WITHOUT PARTIALITY 

Horses and Fine Stock, 

all Umei al milder. 
?. F131J, 'Proprietor. 






WOOIMSROWEBS 

OF CALIFORNIA. 



BSTABLiaHED 18QO. 

A- G E N O Y 
Mission Woolen Mills 



Genu; The proprietor 
piled la recetio .ad cue 


-.'..' 


\i» MI3SIOH WOO LEU 
J dlipatch Orilcrf fur Iba 


FAMILY BLANKETS, all 
MACKINAW " 


WOO! 


..„»,.„„ 


GO^BTAT^EKT 




3-aDAWLS, all Wool, wllh 



AGBNOY : 

■">ii Sacrmueuto Mreet. 

TlM D- MeLEflNAK, PnprieU 



COLEMAN'S LINE, 

SAM FBAKCISCO TO HEW YOEK. 

jSk HATISQ ESTABLISHED A USE ^Sk 

CLIPPER SHIPS, 

Tasall recnlarlj from Sao Franeiseo to New York, in 
are prepared lo offer mm-uM f.icililici lo 

Shippers of California Produce. 

Ooods from too Interior, and from olbcr Ports, will be 

recoiled and forwarded. Free of ComralMinn. 

AOVANI BS nuds on dcdrable Morthandlio conilEWd »> 



Better than Preston & Merrill's 

A.t Hiess 3?rioes ! 

BOARDMABT'S 
OHALLEKTGEI 

Yeast Powder, 

FULLY GUARANTEED. 

IF HOT flATiaPACTOItY, TilE HONEY WILL DE 

"lo by all Jobber., and ttf 

J. C. WINAKS, 



HUCKS & LAMBERT'S 

CELEBEATED PATENT 

H & Ii AXLE-GREASE, 

>^ «Z3 Jimk. JEK. x& • 

THE SUBSCtUBEKS HAVE TI1E P1.EASUHE OF 

.,„r... i ,r,,L„,-i--i'-!iriiiim,,,. U L. i\A,.,n- and FrltnJft 
that tbej bare been honored b, Iba CommitlM 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE 

First Premium 
UNRIVALED _AXLE-GREASE. 

S. P. BAY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETT 

Hnvo Awarded thorn tbelr 

DPirst-class 3?rize 

lint howarar eretlTiIng to Iho adTartlscn lo bare HbH 
" HOME MANUFACTURE" 
distinguished . It lo nilh srai 



II k I AXLE-GREASB 

n.AS SiORE THAN DOUBLED DUR1SG THE 

PEESEST SEASON. 
And trMlet tbo alanufaclarcnolTar their iralcful Ihacti 

"G-A.I.IFOIllSrXjii, PRODTJOS" 

wlio haro (Iron tham so largo an cncoura-amenl, 1»« 

bos tJ lay lli.il „,. ,„i„,„ill i„, ....ircJinfttWrt 

to sustain Iho 

WIDE-SPREAD REPUTATION 

ibnir raalorinl has acqnlred, or belDg 

THE BEST ANB CHEAPEST 

Lubricating' Medium 

FOR- WHEEL-CARRIAGES. ETC., 
B«r Utrodncod Into California I 

HDCKS A; fcAIWlEBTi 



FAMILY MARKETING. 
Stall No. 1, Washington Market 



Frulls and Vegetables, 

"''iBOTDraSTOHB."" 

Mo. 1, irn.l,lDgtou Dlnritet. 

Wuhln^ion itra^i g aQ e • 

e-nuiiua Prea™ B,„i„ ao „X; old 

tyo2it«.°?.J??P SSION - 



OALIFOHN IA FA-RrAES- 

,o,. s .., m !;. i . , ,'„°, 7 i l! ri'„ „.rts 

(I- .-i-l.jr ,il ibulWt-oluco, aod thatnoDoy will eoandb" 



™s!S££"£ r**"» 




[lent ivtticlo fat barns 



THE O 



ALIFOBNIA_IASSS^= 




Batr-Ur 

Tbe'SiB Fraoelico Breolog Bulltlio corret 
poodle* of Jolj, IBC n , ,;^" t h| to 'i°°i "^Si 

SdBilJ V OWCOJ* Lake, Which country ft l « <* 

tension wMiw-rJ "i in.' .-..'I ■-■""' ?'. *" , ' 

f the aw Pueblo clans of Sew Mexico, an, 

dOObtlCJB COgonlCS Blld OJftfefJ 

river San J a an nod Colorado Uh 
miles oast of the Coso districts. 
■Mpondcot, their tnarali v. 
ai and Moqui Indians, v. 
b-east of Ibem. 
This account of the corresponi 

«f Da Moras and Coronndo'i csplnriHions di 
153T-1S42 1 iboy eli» mnj °* remnants of the 
Cbrislian Indium who were partially conquered 
aod cUiliicd bj the Fi 



i doulilless gradually absorbing oil Ihi 
populations of the Pueblo Indian mtUomonlS tor 
the Valley of Ibe Itio (irande del None to It 
eastern buses or the Sierra Nevada and the eoi 
fines oftha Colorado Volley. 

Siaeotbaipen.nl Hie history*]' ih<-=f i-m^jl: 
Indians has been lout lo tl.e liturjry world, .ind 






..in;:!.- ■>'■ ih. 

ICiiUliloUlLT, 



ore the truth of lb. 
fltBl Spanish eipl ore rs under Core 
The few proofs collected in this mailer have 
immensely added to tinea the adrcut of 
Golden Epoch of 1848, and every day don 



where they disappear. 


Mn-I of the.-v itrt-i'liis -< 






hate banks but a foot 










itb e-ilMisivHy n].fliL'l 








and the size of ;. ubi^tr 


It glows like the omc 












very palatable and no 


riiv.ns. It siroogly r 



request of air. Sle 
'com gentlcmci 
urn bad sold pigs, in proof of the slntt 
so had rnado. Earl St. Vincent, of Gnd- 
m Park, Canterbury, said tbc pig ho bad 
scd of Mr. Steam had grown into o very 
me sow, aod bud now a liner of pigs, aod 



as a specimen of Mr. Steam's breed o 
-would bo difficult to find nay to trurpi 
air. Gladding, of Oontb Court, Ohialcll, I 



m fit Hi 
breeding? 
'"ajTsien'tn-I assure you that these very pigs 
ore Ted as common as we can feed Ibem to keep 
them alive. (Lauebter.) I am perfectly .,v,,.n 
that oouo of you will believe mo, but thoso two 

The Chairman said he bought a pig of Mr. 
Stcarn, one of bit priec litter; ho put it iu the 
yard, and osked his man to reduce her for breed- 
tog, but it was of do use ; they kept her as low OS 

ii.ij -ILL' la ki'ep her alive, but she was almost as 
fat os over. But if Mr. Steam Enid tboy bred 



Mr. Steam euid hi' sow?, noiwith.i;.. 
it ness, would bring up twelve Or foi 
Drat litter, thny would n 



jog Ih. 




i beat him In white, end [ 
ined (o beat him in black. Mr. S«- 
crtainly Vbu best hluck pigs I ercr j aff 

airman said if no gentleman had lay 
tical question to "^k, ha tuuu^ln it i,; - , 
ity to return, in Mr. Steam's name, and in [ Q6 
.mo of the club, their thanks to Sir. Sextor, f w 
ming so far to visit them this evening. It » M 
i little liooor that they bad in their club-room 
that discussion the two most celebrated pig. 
coders io England. They might go Into ih, 
scussion-room of o hundred farmers' clubs, and 
ihey could not say what we could say this even- 
ing. These two gentlemen went to tbo Ylorol 
Agricultural Society's meetings anywhere in Ecg. 
mod, and stood at the head of the list. They re- 
lumed their (banks io Mr. Sexton, nnd if ever tbty 
bad another agricultural show io Frnmhngb,^ 
they would guaranteo bim the very lu,t ^.- m . 
modotioo to show bis pig!, nod a well-aired b(d 
for himself. They also thanked Mr. Slea: " 



Somo ft 


nhtr convert 


lion arc 


o,in 


bo coarse 


Tho Cuairmfin asked Mr. Seito 


n wh 


t he gave 


lis pigs, a 


d wbetboc he 


gnyc lb 


a food 


warm or 












Mr. Sk 






"K» 


























weeks old; ! 


e found 




!■'■ i 1!il-e 




rn said be ne' 


■r gnvo peas a 












the prlc 


> '' 


He ground 


'V-" 


l Jj " 





in-c.ld, 



III:') till 



arm victuals when the pigs got eight 
si old, their longs were gone. Us 

at about five stone. He gecerally 

at from forty to seventy pounds 

oigbt. He got Ibc young pigs W ef " " 



.nib- Did 



thToalif o bnITfabmeb. 



59 



of April 



regard LI 



, oiinc the public on me s 
Gazelle in on nrliclo on 
romraeuts in* Hnslble ■ 



if teams or machinery for 
o of tho farm Tar other 



i by * 






rest or their value urn charged 

fltn, ere tilled or Ihn cattle, plows, and harness, 
tthoio =0" ° c intereat, near nnd tear, are ntso 
| charged to the grain crap. Hoi tbe arlicio referred 
so w oll roinU ooL the fallacy of tbrowloglbo whole 
cost upon the cereal crap that «6 need soy no 
W oie now. Wo keep an era opon the writers' 
wholesale calculations, and In duo lime- shall "boff 
„,„,. of their errors. We nro truly n!«d to see 
this awaktnine o.er onr whole Slot*. Il will be 
jamembcrtd, thai this Journal has for years urged 
rally of 



Legisln'iii 



1 for tho cultivation of r 
, oor State, and among tbei 
;ton, tobacco, etc ; all Ibesi 
nong tbo crops of Californ 



Tb. 






W !A leading thought, of tbo writi 
del a point prominently dwelt -fu., - 
mater diver=ilj of culture is essential to 

I CMS of the farming intereil in Californ. 
productions of the soil, he thinks, baa 
SaflyabrldBedln many portions of iboStaWby 



•ppliai 

ary aw 



« c.r'fciuTy cannot boast. But shinies, 
irill tell in due lime. As Iheaoil beconiei 
iabed, the yield will diminish, and tbi 
till inevitably become na poor as bie lam 



shipping c 
lime in rep 
pnyiiic ;fjii 



eld of 30 bushel, lo ll» «te, a^S j Mj.er « 

Shed' per A «cr* ! hfci pay is SI B(Tpc*day, **!<* i 
oderato enongb. He onn make mice that iui 
jrina the Interval when his crop requires no hi 
nllon ; hot then it la much better than goin 

■tiinJ-li.iii'J. 

Il nupeors lo na, however, thai there ,s a fnllaoj 
i ibeso calculations, arising from Ibc fact thai 
irmlng in this country Is seldom or never con- 
ned exclusively 10 wheat-r.ii'-inj: ; •-■'." "':■',' 
ought not to be, and Ibc remedy in ensilv i.|.|.|ieJ 
To arrive at a cnrrccl estimate of Iho^ profiU of 

The Gtprcgaling of one department from all th 
rest and charing il formally with items supplied 
from or paid for by the form itself, it deli 
AUibodeparlmtotsnre carried on conenrri 
and with lilllo or no additional eipense. inr 
Block, the doiry, tbo poultry, tbo nrcbard, the 
Tineynrd, the feed crops and vegetables, and out- 
ride law for himseir and learns when ool occu- 
pied Kith homo work-all these contribnle, one 
_- i 3 norlior nf **** npponoarr aioei..- 1 



TO THE FARMING INTEREST! 
JONES& HEWLETT, 




Notice 

rpHE COP\nTNKfl?H'P 1,EI ^ 1 

Jl'™i iW;'.-"i'ni -'■ ll-raHJatlon of lii 



jurrenlly, 



HARDWAHE, MINING, AND 
AGRICULTURAL 

IMPLEMENTS. 

Flows, 
Harrows, 
Eeapen, 
Mowers, 
Thrashers, 

Grain and Flour Sacks, Baling-Bope, 
Powder, <w™»» 

Shot, .. T», 

Fuse, VOOi, 

Cordage, Bobui, 

Marline, B looks, Oars, 

The nadenlniBj uroula rap^^W ( ™" r £V.ni?°a °lurt r° 
Ar?ciatfowoira°Mr<>rt*iS°n •y "«de "f™* '•" '•"' 




fertilising 
Ibat the yield of cereal gram? in ordm- 
bas fallen below the paying standard 
ecessity of adopting same mcttsa.ro by 

i-, (v .-ultufc of other products shall 
ire remunerate aod satisfactory ; and 
nbjecls, the writer thinks, can be ac- 

by thorough tillage, rotation and Al- 
t' i . uVr i'lVtVi-it in tho matter that we 
learafewpassingremarks. The ccrenl 

, .,.,. L -ifillv .'heal, hove beea the great 
rKlifornlahusbaodry. Of cornaod rye, 
ind climate, perhaps, 
lly adapted. Of oals and barley, 






ark el fo! 

' '.',. [nr .ir^r.\lv' limited, and beyond a cer- 
^m which ihe farmer can well jndge of, 
jduction is no object. Wheal is the standard 
ind wiih a yield of any dimensions, all we 
n spare, probably for aomo yean to come, 

ood crop of wheat, In some portions of the 



redoce) tho average 1 
■ per acre. Tbay of 
the average as oth. 

i b lou°d n do Dt w ell a* 



It la the amal 
wry and dry S! 



urr-iini; on Ibe farm, 
la own work, may ba 


,. Ibo 


of 


'"pa 


I of the 
t of the 
















e Jan.-, 


























tj 


in all 




business, and 


empbat, 


ally so 


n farming 


ik sad 




New Yc 




California 








Tde follow 




uc copy 


of 


alette 


jo St re- 


ceiled by a gentleman 


In this 


ityfromN 




This letter i 














Id always 






ral pay lo all 


who tol 




no 


seeth 


o justice 


or propriety 


f anch t 


contra! 




elween 





FRUITS, GHATN. AMD PRODUCE. 



RICIIAI1D9. 
COHTIHUE THE 



A. H. TODD & CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



DOWNIE HOTEL, 

South End of Durgan Bridge, 

Nevada stre et, TJ ownieville. 

W. M. DOWNEY, Proprietor, 

„-. Wrni INCREASED DDSIKESS I HAVB 
TH* enlarned facilities for acoammcdatln E my 
ilaVaam ibo Dotal baajortboenpalnlod, papered, and 
irwicd, frain lop to boitom [ and a largn number oT 
leonine anarlmenu, well fnmlsliod and Tenlliatad, 
dded Lo Ibe uiual number. 

RfiDUCTION OF PRTOES: 
loa.d.^'w^--- ■ - «» 

r.rfTod'Lad.loc.^.-wiMk.. '■'■' -;£ EC and 10 00 






PACIFIC 
FRUIT MARKET 



OUR ARRAKQE1IEUT3 ARE KOW C 



i KNOLL, NAP 
■-J ■!i:;:i]|>):, ALAKF.DA. 



THE VERANDA HOTEL, 

Corner lUaln and Cliurcii §18,, 
IONE CITY. 

AMADOU COUNTY. 

.^ THE UNDERSIGNED, PROPrtlBTORB, 
TH ii=iiro lo lovilo Travelers lo Ibolr Hotol, ennfl- 

f^ifraarSaeraniaato lo all Iha Minim; reflons, 
J to tbo "Did THEES," •(■■l> al llii-i llnlol. 

DUJJLEY & COFFIN, 



Attention, Hay-Balers I 

BALINC-ROPE. 



[OSTltEOEIVED. Kit a 
url(U>, 

WO COILS BUPEltlOR EASTERN BALE-HOPE, 
.■Web wo offer la low io. I, mi J » N ™ c i 'g£ w ^ TT _ 



E=TCt 



ivilb 01 
wish I 



Plant Elarly ! 

Secdl Seed! Seed! Seed 1 

^b A LARGE AHD_NEW ASSORTMENT inaa 

"""■ - ,■.,, i :. ,)-.;;., .■.!.!. .:.■:: I 

t7iKWLETl 



), QRASS. ilEUD, A 



"VV'ell Cleaned Grain 

?&S BULLS ! EAH HILLS ! 

J . HEWLETT, 



IMPROVED t!V JONES i 
J0NE3 i HEWLBTT. 



Sportsmeu ! 

Powder 



vinvr of gelling higher wages. She has t 
Ibat von paj S30 a month, hoard ineli 
good belp (wo pav her SI P" month), 
iiccllcnt help. Hy wife would bo sorrj to part 
wilhbcr; but we are wilting ahe abould go, if it 
would bo In hor benefit, na wo feel inlereatcd fur 
her. Sha la M jeora old, and a member of tbo 
Catbolic faith. 

lly impresaisn la that it would ho an un/orluaole 






,lhey 



it speedily wind up with In- 
uro tbeir nllcution lo Bomothing else, 
that the owner of an upland or dry 
at the present prices make money by 
i>[. urn liiiiis to the culloro of whi 



■ caltiva 



: n .?^.I"?!^? l ' 



ic large crop of 



lclac 



! fa»», 

lave liif olticra to fall back upon. S,m. v.- ill 
tj.j'. -X- lit.jiu-lii l.ullur itiao others. All will do 
Tell v.hcn Ibe ;i.-a;oa favora. For him to keep on 

ILi- :., if lii. LitLi bis lohor. But wonreacquoluled 



inl.lv ,i.-. 



arlyaud 

i. Beside i tho 



1 tillage of a portion of tbo fai 

■ - .naiilerabU' rcretiue from bis sloe K. m- iil-w 

. /nwife perfectly vcraed in nil Ihc myeterlea 
tho dairy, and Ibe general economy of the farm, 1 

fnmisbuJ Iru to fiflecn roiferi. Tbi.. mini in 
bis family are not the strongest orheallblesl pei 
tijle In the neighborhood— not above the avcrng 

__ xt the people around them j bnt they mi 
I tdll gent, do their own wo-'- * : " ' 



Impobtsnt SconasTiosa to Aaui SunoBOsa. — Id 
,o cnurao of a. battle, tbo gnnnera, and In fuel all 
igaged, are subject to injuries of tho ear, by Ibe 
favy and long sustained discharge of powerful 
iub cases of ruptured 



ill! II 



nnng 



lory, Ibe effect of p 
gun ii peculiar. Thnso 
mniilo Jifl the report to 
leeward " 
Let tho i 



iri B ,.iMi>.-r 



I liir.ifdu 



Rill 1 






i tbos 



, allw 



) to th 



t keep \ 



._,_intlty of glycerine, mixed with 
donna, eay about in the proportion of forty gran 
or the latter to the onneo of glycerine oil. L 
eaebgnnnerbo provided, before an eogagemen 
wllb wool or cotton (tho former lo preferable 

II will not prevcot his hearlog lie word of con 
mand or the drum, and will protont a great de 
of injury. Tho therapeutic of lb D" prove nliv 
-- will perceive " " ■ 



SHOT. 

P!^ b f<Trrt"la"w5lpiI 



■■■■ ri'<; 1: ".- 



NURSERY, SACRAMENTO. 
RA HUIUEKY. SaNTA CLARA. 

R JOBfiING BEPARTHENT 



AVI3STE1 

1 CELLAR 13 AB1I1TTED * 



GRAVES, WILLIAMS fc BUCKLEY. 



ST. GEORGE 

HOTEL, 

On Fcwuraa. Street, 
Between J and K Htreela, 

SACRAMENTO CITY. 

J. R. il.lRDEMiERGIl, 
J. It. UAVTOS, 



FBUIT 

Commission Dealers. 

UNDERsiaHea having been eh- 

SALS OF FRUITS 
Pour Years, respectfully solicit 
Consignments (ran any anil all 

Pruit-Growers, 

Who Itlsh lo dispose of their products in this market. 



Warm Springs Hotel I 

Near Ibe AIlHBlon San Jose, 

23 MILES FROST OAKLAND. 

THIS BEAUTIFUL PLACE OP RX- 

!■■:/, an- ...'-'.l-'y r.n.1 ..T.TnHj cclcbnUd 

-cly patnjDliftf rrom 



at vlTiatagc; ltn-lr mediclol <lrTuci 






ji^:!' r III'' liiiir.'.il-.l'- i-l-r.-! 1 .!: 
LEWIS BRADY, I 



i. i-K 



Manila Co rdage ■ 

"' " °JONl3'i UEWLETT. 



250 



CALIFORNIA WINE! 

RE. 

,Lof An«!es_Cp.,Cal.,> 



B'J 



ir tbe m 



,:,];, ,l„i 



by u little worm waler, and will effectually pre- 
vent Ihe vibration of the air otrifcinR Injuriously 
opon it. It would also be useful to ihosc exposed 
lo dampness wlu-u i-.niiipiuK ni ..( uighl, 'he organ 



s precaution, that doafnebi 



lably, , 



well m In ■ 
Tbe wrii 



nyea 



In this 



■:»tllfl 



« tbeii 



>r cereals bas, Tar 

ifaed. We trust il is only for n 

: export this year will doubileas ho 

was last, oiviog to Ihc unpropilious n 

. season, bill ibo oggregalc value will 

I portionally Ii-e, for ihc [irk- i- [..■it.. 



LAWRENCE & HOUSEWOHTH, 

OPTici-A-nsrs 

Ho. 63T Clay Street, 



ib of bushels. Wo have 



Tbei 



1,,-K .i, 



atbat 



ma .,1 

ai.|, re 

three 
I Blalo will affect tho prico of wheo 

.sidle. Tlieproduclof th 
_» thousand roillloos of boshelj 
I *betbtr more or leu, will scarcely 
■ Tiluc by its littleness, or depreciated by lis 1 



nled".— [ScioatiGc . 



1 OFTEN APPLH:n m ti\ AK'IAIS- 
ICES IhTi.utb'.ul the Slalo for mi WINE In 

■ raail uaanllllo, 1 1I....1.. imIiT. la-m, ai well as tbo 

pnblk generally. Ibil I ham appointed 

Messrs, HOBBS, GILMORL & Co,, 

6 AN PRAKOISCO, 

My Sole and Exclutiive .t.gcnt§ 



"V^Tlxie Cellars, 

Nearly opposito Ihe Railroad Depot, 

FTJH-E3 WINES I 

CONSISTING OP 

Port, Angelica, and White Wines 

ALL WARRANTED TO BE THE PURE 



SEED, PLANTS, ETC. 



To the Seed. Trade I 

J. M. THORBURN & CO., 

XS «To3ai3. street, 

NEW YORK, 

GROWERS AHD IMPORTERS OC 

^ VEGETABLE, ! 

Flower, Field, Fruit, 

THEE SEEDS, 



Flrst-Olass 



Union Hotel, Sonoma. 

tBBENHAitDT A QLASSEK, HATING 
parehased lha UNION HOTBD, of tho Ills pro- 
prietor, air. A. 0. Oakos, are prepared to giTB' 
o bait aceomnjmlations lo lha traiollDH public 115-JHt 



SPERRY f _8 HOTEL. 

^^, TDECOMMOIiroi'S FIRE-PROOF BUTLD- 
fmftt m<3. lately oracled by tho iiibieriberg, at Mor- 

bl*w*-''-' 



dalll- (applied *llh i« 



■'I'ilylc, sinJ IsiJOH ready 

ilvoly, anJp.iNlc.' "I lllni AlE 
natural curlaiillas intasTi- 

ioDanartroentiscon- 

BrnJSa "and Iho larder 
lule delicacies, 
t daily fur .Mskolomno Bill, 
ara, and Columbia. 
nrrL.:lil i: ac I, nill Eod ST9rJ 
jmf-rl 

SI'KRUY S- PERRY. 



PRESTON'S PLACE 

Tomales Bay, Marin Go. 

^^-n I WISH Ti 



anleo driva. u ve"r .. i^d i.,.id, ihruniih nUno farminit 
unin Ii fUI bo a pleasure lo endeavor tomake 
™" B "" el1 •• R.J.PRESTON. 






I10BDS, lii l.MMitli 1 



Black-. 



is Ibe < 
f, then, ah. 



will, i. 



rnngi 



.,l.'., i.o.l I 



11 ilt farm 



J) pay, 



, wbo are In 
ind ai 



ictr crops al Inojiportnocperlods, 
and ibal produces only fifteen or 
Lo tbo acre, and I'trlmf 1 I'll' '"■ l l' 
r thai, and coolioe their tillage lo irheal-mia- 
: — mill rnaxe to money. 

This incessant cropping, loo, without replenish- 
ing tbe soil, most give place to a heller system of 



JOLD, S1LVEB, AHD STEEL 
S X> e o t a- o 1 o 

r7Ub Iho best qualilj of Olasoos, and Iho oeltbobraUd 

BRAZILIAN PEBBLES. 

ilp.ro Oluao, StoBTiellB UooliliiH, 

llarlna Olsuus, Thenaoineiera, 

STEREOSCOPES AND VIEWS, ETC. 
Direct Importer* or Joieph Rodger" ii Sons, 

Packct-knives, BazotB, Sojjuan, &o. 

W ol ASSES fltted to Frames, "' : 



Tlie jsPlaaca Sta.t>le, 

D OWN lEVILLE. 
RETICKER & MORRISON. 

%Ste. Of'Ss7»" , |l« , S , I»3r BlahlShm™*!. I.'S S 



BUY ALL YOUR 

COLD ORNAMENTS 

OF 

TU O H. EB 



SEED WAREHOUSE, 
S. ^W. MOORE ; 

IMPOHTER, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Farm, Garden, Fruit, Tree, 

AND AGBIClTLTETRAsL SEEDS, 



French Peonies, Hvacintiib, Gladiolas, 

Lilies, Tulu'b, niidotlior Flowor'iEg Plants, 

Ho. 110 California itrset, 



GAMEN-ENMNE FOR SALE. 



Breeding-Mares Wanted. 



XJTS^IOIV HOUSE I 

Comer of Main and Center stcesta, 
MOEeEi/crMTsriEi hill, 

Henry Atwoodj Praprietor, 

,-_. iniSSPLESHID TnitEE-STORY 5T0NE 

H Lalldlnc, I..I,.: , J .-Hi,.,.lo.l,:oi;,, ( md, if not lapo- 
"iH rlor, lo iha bail llolals la tbo alouotama, bas 
iiilBL baan thoroughly ranoratod and 6"ally Im- 

SPLENDID BILLIAKD TABLE ADDED. 



The DIolDK-rooui haa bean dlildcl lata |a Family 

ii , ii in, ■-!■..■.. in JiiJ Bomaoriinl L-nh bar.l-finljbtJ, aud 
noi-ly and olOEant^furaUbcd. Tbo ftrmarBill bo Mr 

wfih. 






"&, 



.applied" i 



ooghlj 



■faohiaa for KakiiiE Wins, 
rera) Valaabla MACHINE.-! far WiHE-MAKIrlQ, 

. l-i- lil ,]^ ii. r n ri ], |, \a& ihe O r»p*a fro m Una I aaabn. 



Wu, capable ul mtfciag h 
aaar, caq be had OD spp" 



Jebfo's Patent Chora. 

THIS NEW PATENT CFJUItN IS HOW HEADY TO 
i- :■ !■■■■■ I us'-:.'-,:l »ia lac ban 

whlrb nun !(!■■ en- -ni, ■ :■ 1, r.,j,i Illy tlmt fluliar It 

i • i Uj'-u • ■ ■.■-! u." ''at-. 

■■ . i ■■ ■ i. ■ i. ' , . ! I ,1, "I Ta'aj"nli' J n«d l" br 



^J-5^IFOENIA i FABMEBu=== 




TH« "LABIBS' DEFlBTllIXt 

■nder the charge of Sire. Liiilo 
win be found on (he sixth T^p. K 



j^i w Oar ■F^*^™^^ eal , l„ 



jjuiii tt- mauultj f" «it 



AflTeiBM Tour Trees Early ! 



team wluu tier *»" I" ■■" " " 
II U now • well einelitbui t*a 1 
jmidl ibouia bo prepArd ori* "■ 

all wno ho»o tali Mod oT 5t«* Jo 
eulr. Bi Uut noun "1"7 a™™ 

Oor Bias clroiUUcD will tniblo 






Durham C title. 



ijury of nil the grr 
jf those intercsled in the Grain Crop of California 
« it mutll* both buyer and nllet. Ao unstable 
market is the most dangerous to all parties lotcr- 
ssted. Those who would s end In their crops ore 
induced by a sudden upward movement to hold 
on a Mile, this tends lo a still liigbcr rate for a 
brief lime, as an Indicatlun of scarcity ; a certain 
point reached, then the producers rush to market, 
Ihe wharves ore covered with acres or bugs, like 
a prairie while with sheep, and down goes the 
market again, and tho high-raised hopes of the 
producer are crushed not only by bitter disap- 
pointment, but often by a heavy cost and loss, not 
realising as ranch as ooold hare been realized 
months previous!/. We have noticed these effects, 
and seen the result upon tna producer's mind, 
leading to discouragement, despair, recklessness 
and ruin. A steady market, ft ready market at 
rair rates is always best ; best for the buyer and 
seller ; better for tho Grower, tho Miller, At 
Baker, the Shipper, and for every laml'ly in the 
land. We always have said to the producer, sell 
at "Harvest" matdialtly, if in debt, and relieve 



i best c 






say 



1 all p 
i markets 



ffcrri worthy (facial 



«, l'.it 



Durhan and Data Cattlt, Blood Bai 
ta and Caliuuld Shi.p, American E™ and LsnAs, 
end oOtr Sleek, far tat,, Sf. adttrtiimtnU in iht 
Sfidul columr 





Bales of Grain and Wool 








t the ccy hyh 


ll pnet 




Groin and H 


oof can be informed 






tin 


where, on all 


special 








o high prices 




delay. 


Samples sent 


to u 


from the coun 


y,witb 


parties 


an, will be n 


.,,.„ 







Ton Seasons why ooery Farmer and Stook- 
Hatoor Should take Urn Cnllfomla Farmer. 
A Stock-raiser should be b 
led with the Inter- 
ad. Every such person should give his sanction 
and support, generously and voluntarily, to - 






o par 






Bi. Every snch porson is btarftti by tho publi- 
cation of such a Journal.aud is in jnslico bound 
to reciprocate snch labors. 

4th, Nn persnn engaged in those employments 
can bo Without such a Jouronl without the loss 

Bth. The Farmer and Stock- raiser will always 
he better advised of Ihe markets, end IhM kind 
Of information so important lo his interests by 
the constant access to a Home Journal. 

€tb. Tho California FAnsiEn has faithfully advo- 
cated thebestinteresuof the Farmerand Stock- 

Tcbai Jocbsal ts CitiFoajni. 

7th. The CAliroasiA Faeheb contains the most 
Important information relative lo their interests 
in every branch of Agricultural science. 

Bth. The OALiroasiA Fasser contains the an- 
nounctment of all Sew Seeds, Grains, Grasses, 
etc., together with all Sew Implement? that will 
advance the cause of the cultivators of tho s'"' 

8th. The Oalitobsia Fabmbu contains Iheorri 
ind introduction of all the best Stock of 
kinds as sooo as known, together with the I 
Market Reports of nil ib-j initial; sT-s.-.Tiriii, 
to Arl cull ore. 

lOlh. The CiEivoni'iA Fabheu is now tho c 
popEf on the Pacific Coast that is continued 

s Jnnrnal 



cers: Keep on selling ; keep 
odyand full, by sending portions ai your cro| 
a lime; by this means you will oflw-yl rsalin 
nr share of any rise that can possihly tak> 
ice during the ttatoa, as you will have you 
ire of all tho prices, and ynur average will al 
jii bo belter than by any other possible pit 



1 the word Is given, "Moil has c 
everybody goes and help themselves to 
a: J ibeir ocigbburs' too, Tbey volonlei 
iliom to their neighbors, and the ihim/hj/k" > 
;tnnd a chance of being neighbor!!/ read for a> 



days be run 

thel 



li Ibeir 1 



ensoa why so many comp 
uccipiof the papers. The 


papers. They a 


e the parties 10 laki abut 


and thus secure 


cmolumen.1. There is no 
many of the Post-Office 
masters, and tbey are only 


ctlog as Fostm 



aloons, in order to draw custom, 
.ay from that course, auS of course earing 
or nothing about the mails. If tfa- Post- 
r-General could look into some of his Post- 
i of California, he would hardly vrish 
tho " U. S. A." placed over tho door, unless 
oald bo interpreted — Hull 



JJl'J'J^U 



The past 






, he, Informs i 

>1 lerrltory recently found cmbraci 

a of thirty miles wide by one hundred mil< 

— o discoveries 



! wonderfully rlch- 



leveral weeks ; h 
follows : From Sacrament 
lo Strawberry, Lake Blglei 
urtoea miles above Genoi 



> Flacerville, thence 

arson Valloy, to ft 

nwn Cnrsnn River 

ink* nf the Humboldt eighty miles, Atact thirty 

lilessnuthofHnmbnldt City to she Ore Mor 

sins. It is believed that there are mines that i 

av ten to twenty thousand dollars pet 






ouderful a 
The 



this n 



i. Mr. B. 



, ibero 



Tho Temple of Tempernnc 



n Post si 






Ii» 



Thisw 






nthel 



lony, and will prove a vnlonblo 
tory of California. This Is tn bo the "Home of the 
Inebriate." To this "Temple" shall tho poor no. 
fortunate drunkard be borne ; taken from hisfiH ta 
condition, restored and saved, and sent forth dls. 
enthralled, redeemed. This is a God-like work, 






rej..ice 






mado ready; a nohlo building worthy tho cause^ 
an honor to those who have labored so long U j 
so faithfully In this conse of humanity. A, ]>rg B 
assemblage was preeent; at the appointed ham- 
Gov. Wninwrignt, the noblo President of tho Dasb- 
awayB, announced the object of tho meeting ir, a 
brief and appropriate address, after which music, 
and flinging a Temperance aong, theo Mr. Lacy 
was introduced who oMeredprayer. Gov. Downey, 
was than announced to lay the c 
vious to which the Secretary read over a l(n f 
deposited in the bor, 



dim 






say, 



.0 shad 



and d 



in Grain ; but let the light of their conntunnnce 
ijit-ir uptin the wborf, nod like the mercury in 
,e glass, up gues the market, nud yet Ihe real 
larket, the absolnte candilion of i|uantity, riunlily 
id value has not changed a penny ; the shade 
as cast to buy. Slocks on hand have dtangid 



eulate 



pay for it, nt the ci 
jo way 11 Is done, a 

r in™ the produc 
ontnet with these o; 
The producer mu 



. notice tbnso 



miller 



baker, and 



lippe 



bo Buroly check- 
ud producers win 
oris on the graii 



Varioos other form* that conceal 
lions. How can the real product 
turors know how to act? Let Ihe 
post themselves fully, and they can 
losses they will otherwise feel 



the i 



Look to 
And tcai 

True to lb c i 



. tho inu wr 



uyitw) 



European Qvaln Bd*arkets. 

r is all-important that our Farmers should ur 

stand tho true condition nf tho European mai 

s, for upon thorn depends whether they are t 

a large importation or not. We shall git 



sons to take out newspapers dirci 
lies long after they had been des 
without notifylog ihe publisher! 
ss cases of neglect also, 
ivo nnticed recently nolle a disc 
io the Napa Fott-Otfico. On a 
e, we found a targe number nf coj 



be beyond humnn catculntiun. Thi 
good. There are no mill, or wnrklng apparatus 
there yet. Mr. B. intends returning after having 
made his assays. 

It is seldom we enllatlenlion to such miraculous 
slories, and with all tho proof of wealth here re- 
vealed, we would never rccoirimend any man who 
has a family and a good business of nuy kind 
whereby he la comfortably off, to give up a real 

innie and certainty, even lo discover and own a 

oldmiac. 
All Who are "gold mad" should bear in mind, 

■nntber thing tn he able to work it, or make it 
.vnllublo. Men that own tho many rich qnnrtr. 
eadsaro often like the man that dr/a Ihe elephant ; 






d the 



'ntbe 



o eicusc for neglect. Yet, by teaano 
hey had not been delivered. We hi 
hirly-eight subscribers who had pt 
ind not been delivered, some two, Ihn 

ailed forpopcra and yet not received I 
re ascertained that nil newspapers wi 
:uddyjif{ 



re a list of 
, four, and 



elf, atlcr 



:i.|lj |V,f 1 



being the duty of ll 
for Ihe past, as wo ■ 









Departures by Steamer, 
earner an Monday Iter. A. H. Myi 

for the East. Mr. Myers goes 
missinn to the "World's Fair" as one of Iht 
pointed by the Convention. He bears wil 
splendid spor.it 



Californ 



■tnnei, as follows : full records of tho Dashavi 
Society, the list of officers, etc., song hooks, lisi 
all their meetings and festivals, and their preaeot 
eioellant condition a! 
many curious emblem 

if the lily. Wo felt it tn be proper -.., 
prepare and bavo here deposited the follow!] 
articles lo show lo posterity what was tho coud 
Hon of Ibo Agricultural interest in l-l. Tberft- 
M placed in thn box from our offee cere 
ipics of tho California Pabjieb, wiih plana 
Agricultural Hall, and olher public 



ould m 

To young single i 






ork tbcu 



■ mploym. 






.-■•iiku Mi.;- 



and it 



L )"i S° l0 '"' m ' De3 I 8° and work there ; ■ 

•t work at almost any and every Iradi 

,ay be strike a "lacky lead" ; but never, we re- 

eai, would wo advise a man doing well, tn givo 

P a certainly for an uncertainty. Lot "well 



CaUfornia Woolen Factory and Sewing 

Machines, 

Is our issue Of April 15th, 1S53, we publi 



o eighty sewing machines at wnrk 
material that bas been wnven from 
ir flocks. Aye, the very flannel! 



nttlc 
by M..jOt 
pies, sov 



cally s 



h tho 



Bidwcll of Chico, 1850— splendid si 



M3(d 



oned a 



1 Cash 



) Wool will h: 



of 



the hundred. Ths Governor was ihen^ifered the. 
new silver lrov.cl, the box having hi 
and handling tho trowel Very real 
fully like a workman, soon announced Ihal Ihe 
work was well and fail!: fully dun 
Hon. Sathau Pnrter was then 
President, who delivered an eloquent anil impres- 



■■, ...IJf.. 



c to 



5 head 



.gjus 



from 



Society and the cans 
State. The exercises then closed wil 
song, and (be Benediction by Iter, i 

si gathering was held in Piatt's Hall in, 
ing, which was well attended. Hear 
io gnodly a work ns tho saving fallen m 
runkard's life, and a drunkard's grave. 



early c, 






evidences of am 
dovclofffionu 1 
Gbonld bo (■-..:. 



j for 



,,„i Mill, 



e of all 



irogress as a Slate by the oi 
every quarter. Those fai 
lunlealod to other States T and 
by sending tho EAMiEa to 



It Is Hot Sight. 

I due us by our subscribe: 
is been permitted to reran 



■ays advi, 



> of the. 
(hem truly for their blerc 
use of the good demand for the last fav, 
ose from the fact that Franca was a la 
oscr at the London Corn Eichange. 
icfly ihe condition of tho market at two 
From London Juno 15, our correspond! 

markets will be cleaned by French pu 



pleasant ond prosper! 
regret that there had nt 

very cnunty, a 






icchan 



r is 551 



8 bushel! 






r of A 



nds each, being nearly 2Jc; 
Ihis of course Ihe expense of shipment less, 
ig over 2,c. This good price eonld only ha 
*iotd by a continued market In France." 
r London date or 2Bth September no have as 
is: "Market quiet ; Ihe French market the 
• over, Lot not purchasing now; will pro bahly 
igaln. If France does not call for Wheat ii 



These are the reports from good 
London, and nur Farmers may relv 



ithoriti 
it. We ask 
Editorit 



he kept out of on 



B»v.A. 



wt we should any longer 
We ask, therefore, that 
it bills will at ooeo remit 
hout faU. 

wlthonl bis Agricultural 
Id have pride and eclf- 



.acnms,— We regretted i 
nnu so few persons present at Piatt's Hall la 
evening, to listen to the able Address of tho lie 
A. H. Mycra. His subject, "Our Govornmont- 
ItS Vital Forces, Bones, and Sinews," bo handli 
With earnestness and Tore*. Jinny parts of the 
Lecture were full of eloquence, and received Ibe 
approbatlnn of all present. It is hoped that ruaov 
more tickets wtre sold than persons present. 



We wish 

lecimcns of their skill ; hut whs 
anting in opeclmens, we feel sure I 
ill, by his love of our State, Its im 
nowledge of Its resources, that he 



.ev. Mr. Myora 
will faithfully 



Bytt 



lother 



s the Pioi 
bines. Mrs. I 
■ith Ihe Grov 



(be Wor 
io favorably known lo this coi 
er Instructress npon tho Sen 



r t Baker establish mem, 
d Indy-likc deportment h 
, nil of whom will wish hi 



icr a magnificent I 
inds, orwhlteand < 
red with gold stars 
r Is the glorious Si 
oat over llio work 

cess atlend all out 



iblio Lectures by Mrs. Fanny Green. 
it first of ii series (a free lecture) was given 
evening, in Ihe South Methodist Church, by 
Green, to a very full house, and by the close 
ition given (nltcu npprnvod by hearty np- 

ested. Mrs. Green labors under somo uiffi- 



Obitnary. 

"Death lotos a shining mark." 
'be whirlwind and tho storm sweep ovi 
and beautiful garden that has been the 
-card. Hoses, fragrant and bright, that i 

rt, arc now scattered upon the ground — 

pped from their pareni siem, Ihoy lie withered 

1 dead — their present beauty gone, the! 

granco scattered. 

' " It is with Death. It sometimes come, 

hirlwind and sweeps over the homo around 
I are gathered parents and children, t 
hearts are linked together by chords that Death 



and a 



citii 



EBtness nf California 

estly commend this course 
is. Tbey will bo given 
and are worthy public 



9 Loam 



-By a 



Now 



■ ill Cili 



rgost and best crop ever grown, 
uffs already shipped the present 
- iormonsBnmof^, y 






1/ dallarl. 
rer great the deficiency I 
may be, we should ret 
jtalea, although largo shi 
aonot begin lo fu|'Ji1;,- i!ie 



i of Wheat, 



Dahuosv Lono 
this Lodge, « 



Unrraony Lodge is n 



lha Lodge, together with the 
the happy feature or "Sis- 
a their bright Tlognlin, mov- 



II m 



PoacuABtas of California Wino should always 
leloct from those who are known to sell unlyjjurr 
IFmu. Wllh confidence and pleasure wo cao 
tcTer lo the firm of linbb'a Giimoro & Co., as per- 
sona who can furnish pure Wines, 



iny other Who 

a thousand 
s should not rial 






Patest HroRACLto IlDat.— .Hirian, and all t 
ties who Qjo hydraulic base should read the e 
?a a""*^ HObaB ° ne °' ^IwrtBlMhl™ 



'o ibe charm ta tl 
us as the Inu 
n duties were al) 

»'k' hundreds of |; 
le merry folks bui- 



lt for m 






Cnou 



....■.— Tho famous; crockei 
•hh* of Mr. J. GeDclla has been sold to Geo. I 
W. Winn, nue store, and another lo J, Glllespi 
Esq., bolh from Sncrameuto, and nnw cltliena 
~ T city, whh ibeir families. Wo welcon 



ir Gover 



,iiii.i, „ 



irnla 



ntho 



ind the readiness a 
s to come lo tho aid of the Ifntidnul , 
nnintain the Government and to quel 
i believe Callfornlnns will respond 
i been said that California shuuld s 
thn of dattar,. Wo will place Ihfl n 



ulhorltie 

nobly ; i 



bnried that will ni 
failing for this ev 

It will be aaiat 
ho shall go wilh t! 



..- tli.m 



t finished style. They 
I chamber sets otfur- 
iwn workmen. 



t-PAnrao 



will 



■ I in-n.|, ,,. 

- only b 



■ city, a 



way. These- crockery eelabllibi 



|.r.,IJr,il,L. 



ofk at ihe orchard of P. B. 
or he][ UBK , E s q. p nboru St. Hell 

ttj '"G ll 'n form, yelllko a coll w „_ w ,,. :i , 
the CDil ° peaches) and doing lbs wnrk at t 00 
— I forty pnnnds per hnur, or say five- hundred 
admirably done. 



r ; yot, alas, Inl 
t home, Death c> 



away the aged and the Infirm, r 
but, when tho young, the vigoro 
re suddenly torn away, we m 
looked to them for much of joy k 



o blight 



-I id... lo 



row. Tears have 11 
dry. Fathers have stood 
ones that in tho mi 
their feot, but n 



tthebiorofthoi 
.re playing men 
veoing they lay in tho shroud, nnd the n 
loart feels the shock of rant affections. Mo 
iovo suug a sweet lullaby, and kis3od their I 
mos lo sleep In rosy benltn, but era nnolher 
mn has gone, their loved ones sloop Ilia" 
hat knows no waking;" and mourning, lorn 
ion, nnd weeping are tho only sounds of thi 
'Happy Home." Oh 1 Death I how 



1 1 less »t 



The recent afflictions 
"Homo" of Mr. D. N. Hi 
lossoftwobcnnllfulnnr 
of these casca whore Death 
"shining mark," and whci 



y, of this c 
tittle b 
ight out 



i from devotedly fonu. 
ud surrounded bj lU 



"Ah! It ii eidrrhon 
When Death, that m 
eweep.ibronghthol 



arenls all that human sympathy < 
now they feel Ibat although their pr 



I per day. The' 



drlod (liko the 
pounds 



1,UJI> IlltlO "OUJ," D|H.O il,.. |. ,: Ill 1 !.'. ' 

So a brief lime the, t lltll^u,:. k,i,- ;:i.-i I 

To tarry here ; jusl |.,o W, aol given iht-rn. 1 

These early "bnda" an blooming uo^ in Heaven, 



^TIIE OA.IiIFOBJSri^Zg^S^SS^== 



61 



STATU [B U M M A R Y . 
I Hmruoivwo-Dir has been appelated by G«" 

j^^rthoHlh last., and 1 PNdMUln l«ued 
Ja thai effect. 

Tn» crepricton of lho aloreary. al Sw Joso, oom- 
awriib. poblicailon of a dally on the Stb. ItaU 
■*alerprt*c should bo sustained. 
■ Os Tuesday, October »* ^" J » w " rUilrf , '" b 
..flBo.ho-cr or rain, II commenced "^"B^ " 

told op. 
Al ( a Se0 fwb».»d M dtr«,p»r= D t ni «y,-.thib„ 

=SU Ana river, L,» Angeles — »W. i- *• rt«tal*» 

-oteoal end gypiom «Im. 
I BI, „ated, after careful ««mtuatioa, that »P™^ 
<f iOMl^-fin" «• »««*«* h »•*•*" 

■trade. Three yean aso lb" •" d « o( lh " SKt,0a W 
ecmdacied by on. mas. on mow-shoei. 

In Los Angele. Star a»y. lb. *i»IW of Anaheim 
u dosed, the io-o» b"Ug """"bat earlier tbon in 
„lbl> locality. Aboul 7i.000 gallons of Win. of ueol- 
sfcalqaalliy «»»•*!. 
I A looky man is Mr. A. F. Qrigsby, of Kapa. He 1> 
^i to bovo won tlo.ono by hi) bono Daehawny, »' 
lie late races over lie Cenlorvillo Cocrse, Eacramenli 
sndnboMOOO al the San Joii Races. Wonder wt 

"tut xe.sels landed tor tie whallDB b " ufa ^\ ( ,, £ 

ewted'ibai' wbakstipi "ill "riw in *!» '^'"fVsbrf. 
lumber, lad °or firshermen are preparing f« "" 
.sroitable reception. 

Tnt Sacramenlo river no* bu unimpeded anv.ea- 
<tlon from Sacramento to a point Wo mile* loath of tbr 
.towBOfSbs-'ta. Tho shallowest placed lo the rivrr, a- 
ftfleirt'i ;"-';- '■ ( ' lr - ' [ ^ li '" L ' "'" : '""° '"' ^ 

orcr tb~ C olral and Sacramenlo Railroad!, "a! mad 
Oct il di-ianco aioul -1-1 mile:. Tbo fore from Lin 
cj!b i'./j-'' -nl' :1 .'A and tbrna s b-iickcu to Sam 
nooli in j.i. Tie fars over tbo Valley road, froi 

Tar nia in held off so long tbollbegraii in Ibo 

M t»Ulc-nngu is used up, and douc-feu many nltle 

over the Slsta "ill bo ittrrod. Wo baTO two locking 

In Tain till Ulcly for tbo sara pMliralBarr io arsia: 

r-\ .-, ..I 1 - r -.1 !>■■:. Thi-:- ].a]--rj rtporl frojl and 
In io =a;r"iiL,- t ,i.- - fan nigbti siaco, aad lit rain will 

Iue aoclioo of Day State Cbampioc, St. Liwreare, 

■I .etcbcloBBioi! I" Jocl Mercbaal,of Futoluro*. took 

place at Fi^b'a SUilcj, liul Friday. aB=ordin E lo on- 

^KBouatoaioBt. Tbo attcadaoco irai good, eod Lho pritos 

lUied «ro: for Day Slato Cbuoploo. S18W>! Bt 

S7U0- a foar-jesr-olil SlallLoa bj Colliar, 

;,,-■., -ir-,1 1 Cmadiao StallloB, J1T5. 



Ilant caroor, among wbiob will aror Kraltfollj dislla- 
^b C dbi,falQ 1 ful B davalioa .0 tia I'oajUla.ioa aad 
KlJiilon aad lho Flag, when ujithd J"? P™^ 1 " 1 
Goa" Scolt ibra aro.o and oddr^od Iba Pr«ldaal 
id CaWtict, -hO bad al« ariroo, u foiloiJJ i 
-Mr. Pruldant: Thl. bonor ovonibolm. aia, 11 
rrrpay. all .erv!c« I baro attttaplfd U «oJ« ""J 
tonatrj. If 1 bad aaj claira. bofon, U»r a« a^ ob- 
liLtraicd bjan aipre«ioa o( «PP"" 1 r ^. tl,0 L P :S": 
dcol «ilh lho BDimimoul sapporl of hli Cibmat. W«JI 
1 know Ihil lh( Montry bar ploctd i» '"'^"^Vi," 

■a the right oat- Mr. Prtiidut, joo mail r 
I am uaablo lo alaod longer lo givo itltoni 
■elioc. ofgratitado wbloh opprriJ mo " 
:enl I shall offer mj prajir lo W for tbir, A 



,r. f, A e T"p.lea fcom^SpriBgarW, Mo., Sor-3, 

imp aralioni ware making lo aimk an adianeo 

«rmbdi, 3000 ilroDg, Iwalre milu dulaat, nboa 

. .„oal recolTod tbo Oldrr from ^^'JJ^^ 

ukiog leate, la bo trno lo Ihitr allegiaaea. AbatUi 
w» , motnaolnrilj «P«« d - T .„. 3 ,., ,.^ ., 




Gan. lUllrsek bos orrlvod al Waahlngton, ind h« 
Inlroduced to Ihe FrMldoar- 
Oea. Wool b reported lo bavo «jjB»'J- Ljnn eoM[ 

tat^ Hd oly'alrj l r B Taoo''uB™a a, 't r oop I . Tbo rob, 
were lakon bj surprij;, ibcir cij.iaiu-, "il-.'.'i "' 
DraJio, kUled, Hilh lea to Iwaolj olhara, foilj pniont 
takon. with iillj-olgbt gum, two wagoai, prorlsloo 

an] 7i>..r'.'"l:,ir-. .'. Tlio viri-.rv ira> .-jmpkl,.^ ^^ 

n E tfi DE ? J,t A al'piilh Si'toltalfwJ'lM 
madeiu attack u o him. bat iu ropulttd wilh great 
l!,n. IL; «|*c.od 10 Eanonnd Fiovd and capiat* bu 

ri-V'i'-r-' .1000=000 thai England, Franc. 
■ bid arrived al a (ompltl--- uodcrftanding r( 
•lieu Tbo Cuaranlioa mil io elgned In eight 
Tbo eipodillon will Blail al thobogiaalDg of 



SEED WABEHOUSE. 

(BSTASIIBHEII IrT 1650.) 

S. "W. MOOUE, 

IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE AND BBTAIL DEALER IN 

ALL SIHDS OF 

CARDEH, FLOWER, FRUIT, 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and Shrub 
SEEDS, 

NO. UO CALIFORNIA STREET, 






uoaeod (i 



thtj are all preparing lo oaltirato to toon ai a 

■ 11 nullo- lho oarih. Thoso who bato begaa I 

iio joed down or rtlr the p""" 1 ^^ * CU,U : B 



i rooad on n ranch belonging to Sargent , 
a pcfloUar qanllly of Oil, mined 'target 



Insure Your Property 
DANCERS OF FIRE! 

AND YOUR LIVES ! 

PROVISION POH -ZODR FAMILIER 
In Case Of Your Deatu, 

General Insurance Agency 

FERE ana LIFE : 

BIOELOW BROTHERS & FLINT. 

OPFIOB : 

Over Messrs. PurroU & CoJa Bank. 

Naittwut corner HootioinerT and Eaoramonloitroou, 
SAH FRAMCIBCO, CAL. 

3S 

Capital Represented, $8,229,000 

tamo Insaranco Co., N. Y Assets 51,500,000 

•GUrilT Eird Insuranca Co., K. Y. » 050,000 

:iairarr. " " " " " 3"5. 000 



WHEELEE & WILSON'S 

First &xr&xia±vLrxx 
FAMILY 

SEWING MACHINES 

ABE ACKNOWLEDGED 

— TO BE — 

FA-Tt, SUPERIOR 
To Ail otliei-s In Use. 



SAN FRANCISCO, 

OALIFOILNIA. 



ISDCsrnv Has Its Sua* RtWATiD.-Wb, 
Brovro'B Vallc.r, in Xapa coBnly, wo fonnd a 
epot across thn RnTioe, where on the banks stood 
a pretty Collage, Garden, ood Orchard, and to 
these also, was added a email bnl eiccllcnl 
Dairj of -15 Boo Cotva, 35 milkiDt; at lho ptesenl 
time. The oeatntsj, and order, and tbo prompt, 
ness with which lbs work was dr,ne, pleased us 
A milk-H-ngon lakes 36 gallons lo Kapo per day 



M 



laagi 



Hon 



i SOpon 



of Batter, Bl 621 cents a pound, yields 
oeomo. The quality and purity 
a ready eoitomsra and fnll prices. The 
ire (ousted on was Cram, and the brigbl 
cans garo an extra relish lo the feast, 
was a favorilo can scat daily with lho 
o, it was the rich llilk of a pet Cow, and it 



It la sajdlo prod-arc a .-tri'O^r 
,, can bo otcd la Campieae-lami 






.pa, li 



BcatUeootwisoa Slockloo and Ibo Merced, f: 
remarked u bolog in nach poor con 
ko it appear impouiblo that liey t 
or onlD Ibo tpringiog np of lho gin 
icy now Ibat Iboy bave Ihoappoarai 
[kin and bone", h]>J'JT..-,lH 'jo.M 
_>-8 their bead* io many instances. Tbeyeeckw 
■ aridity ibe iluog of bona on tbo road. 

, tie ea,torn lido of Tetanies Folotab 
ice, and was aiiaoil a lolal lors, btirjg i 
r tin ran of ,350. 0a Thursday lail 
daria, oolward boand. aod trelgbted 1 

PoHloes, wai wrecked on Ibo Bar. 

■i u h.„ al Smilh'o Point. Tbo I 



American Eichnngo 
Conn. Itutaal Life Insi 

of Hartford, Conn... 
Brruitahln Lift Assur 

ely.S. Y. 






, of tbo yen 



DBOTURE. 

MRS. FANNY GREEN, 

FraL r i.e^* D iivo R ai«KTil il--! £» rDRBc 

'.';.'." ;..::., ., r .-,oi,it»ndo,d.r.-Firlt, 

A FEEE IBTEODTJCTOBy LBC1TJEE, 

The City of Golden Gates! 

With a propballo view of Ibe Fu-e; and De.iioF of 
California, M^lbo_Cealral M._so«l 'J Ih.^^ld Jrorn 
illghlel 

incarnations of DivinB Truth; 

lho Uylhol 



Tram the Sail. 

Ir tho Orerlaod Tolegrapi, diapatcht! art- pnbllia! I 

by lie dally pu[«rj, giving Ibe ovonls of the p.eiions 

-day al lie Eiat, lioagi some lnlcrrapUoni iave ot- 

rod, and which wore to be expected in geltlog Ibi 

Ml working order 






and 



I An 


og ibo imporlaat news received is tbo 




meat of ibo old Teitron and bero, Geo. 








tbo pott of Commander-in-Chief. Ilelow 




- Idler, and Ibe action of tie Cabinet: 






















«nig 












;, , J "' ! 


HK?miku«> made &y pXful by too 












1 am coaopclEcd to ie'|Q01t llial uiy Dame 










„i ,;r.r. 


1 by a rectal Act of Conglell, I am en- 



tie" aa,orai"« % 
wmotiioi; iici-r. 

'■7u' irr'-i-ibi! ■■ i ' ■ 

^0-OMrate with IJivlaoW. . ... 

ri aod ,,tactiral cw:i to MonkiaJ, wo mail be pro - 
irad to Meet aod W-eloomo eaci other, on the broad 
oundof Humanity Itialf. 



Tbo Introdoolorr Ledum will bo given on 

Thursday Evening, A'ov. Tftn 

At IhoSOCTIl METHODIST CETJBCB, oa Plnoi 
TIcko'tTTo be baa nl lho prioelpal Drat; and Book 



JIAS FOR BALE 
AlfalTa or Chile Clover, 
Hungarian (.ra.ts, 

Kentuckr Blue -gratis, 
Orchard Grass, 
Red-top Grass, 

.Sain fo In Grass, 
English Eye -grass, 
Timothy Braes, 
Bed Clover, 

White Dutch Clover, 
Crimson Clover, 
Lucerce, &c, &o., &a., &C. 

EVERY VAHIETY OF 

BEET, CABBAGE, CARROT, 

CUCUMBER, LETTUCE, MELONS, 
ONIONS, EARLY AND LATE PEAS, 
RADISH, TURNIP, TOMATO, 
BEANS, 4c, tic, i-e. 

Havana Tobacco Seed. 

COTTON SEED. 

FLOWER SEEDS (300 Varieties), 

BTJZjBSi 



Total S8,220,00O 

avlaeLETTEna OF CBEDIT wlli ilcurl. ALBOP 
, aod WELLS, FARGO £ CO, lo lio toioont of 

$65,000 IVIoiatlily, 

N IMMEDIATE PAYMENT OF ALL LOSSE: 
OH ADJUSTMENT. 



Policies luoed wllioal delay oo 
MEHCUANDISE, DWCLLINC3 aod Ibelr CONTENTS, 
STORES, HAHCU PitOPEftTV, 

INSURABLE PEBS0 HA1. 



IMPORTANT! 

IVE HAVE TO-DAY HADE A MATERIAL 

REDUCTION IN OUR PRICES 

OOAL OILS! 

machinery Oils! 
CAMPHENE! 

STANFORD BROTHERS, 

California, Btreefc near 'Front, 



BIOELOW BBOXHEBB & FLIHT. 

BEFERENOB3 ; 



TO F-^^ItiwCEItS ! 

rT>HE UNDERHIQWED ARE 

PBEPABBD TO MAKE ADVASCE9 

Consignments of approved Produce 

FRIENDS IN LIVERPOOL. 
OS TEKY FAVORABLE TERMS. 

iVILL Bt FURNISHED ON APPLk, 
ItOSS, DEMPSTER cU 



lional partiaUty aad trejodlcet— lo be highly eon- 
aaled otllf 

me, I big .. . 

,eut,;i..rni | Lii>!ic-'.i*L!'T*lwr, 



lOOO Acres of Land, 
lao cows, 

A Good Milk and Dairy Business, 

For Bale at a Great Bargain. 

*. SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY IS NOW OFFERED 
a man or ana -lib a raodllala aasoanl of cast - 
:ore oae nl lit rreatan cbane.. In tbo UalrJ It 

■ ....rMYtie.l in ■■-■" -i-v. ■."!:■ l«>h„r, I. i„-ir 

,,,[[,,„(,,-. n.ile. Tb;r. liWflacr.s rood 

Laud, wtll fenced, vlbieb «a be bad al 810 p*r acre, 

elo'.'aoJ *nol| 1 er C ior l fo.d'i'ag Slock""CbsS. , 'p"ue'J. UoT- 

,.r-' <.:,,:. .■.'.,•.'. I'.,n.. T'-.'l'-, •' . -alurd at *1>"«I 



#1 



ft 



Native California Evergreen 

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS 



Large Stock, of Every Variety of Seed, 

Can offer natunal iBdacemeali to 

AlERCBAXTS IX THE TRADE, FARMERS, 

AND LARGE RAffCIl OWNERS, 

Who wish lo beiappllod In hb lino. 
And would recommend Ibat Oddih roa Sun bo lanl 
DIRECT to the andortignid, through tbo Elpnli or 
by Mall, other-lie partlea ma OREAT BISK of teint 



UNION FARM 
AND PLANTATION 

MILLS. 

TO FARMBHS, 

Stock-Raisers, 

—Ah"))— 

STABLE KEEPERS 

YOU ARE 

PARTICULARLY INVITED TO 

EXAirlllVE THE UILI. 



LAMOT & COLLINS, 

Leaders and Introducers of 

FA.SHIONS 

FOB. HLA.TS! 

Corner 3d and J sis., 



North Point Dock Warehouse, 

STOBAGB 

n B*i^£iU*"J«SFin(i for" .loriag Wheal, Ilarlov 

Acivaiio os 

blade on approved Merebaadlso _ ' , 

Wkl. T. COLEMAN * CO 






■■old b, 



r Tbo Afenti of Weill, Faren ,'. Co.'i Bcpnis are 
bj antboriiod lo net a. Agents for lio undersigned, 
iklag Orders for Seeds and recelptlnt for she tame, 

taT SEND FOB A CATALOGUE. 

S. "W". MOORE, 

SEED WAREHOUSE, 
110 California street, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



T1113 MILL 1: 

THE BEST MILL 

'HE PUBLIC. 



Agricultural Implemeiits I 

OF ALL KINDS, 

-AT THE— 

Lowest City X*rioes 

"VVliolesal© and Retail. 

J. D. ARTEIUR &. SON, 

E-3m Corner of Wa.bln.ton and Darls sltoo'n. 



These Mi 11b Were Awarded the 

FIRST PREMIUM! 

—AT TUE- 

State Fair at Sacramento, Bay District and 



Tlie Best Churn Known 

Jebb's Patent Churn I 

riniryml'ii' ■, i..l" I '-.,r"i . ' ..i. .. N-" '[ ■' J ! " .- "■' ■ " 1 1 ■ ■ * L 7-i 
IOWH. Aaunplo CiuroeiDalKiTiboicoo at oar OBlee, 



Buy ^a.l.1 Trcyuur 

SILVERWARE 



TUOKERJ 



Mill complete, with Bolt for Family 

Flonr SlflO 

BUI oomplete, without Bolt - • 140 
Extra Qrinding-snrfaces, per set • 10 

Greene, Heath & Allen, 

sole .fl.a-Hisra's for 

California, Oregon, and Washington Territory 

Messrs. KEEP is DRIGQS, 

DOPRIETORS OF THE GLOBE FOUNDRY, 

STOOKTOKT, 
; oua dlh.i AUTOOKIZEIi AOEHT3 FOB TBI 

SALE OP T11E3E HSLLB. 




IFOENIA FABMEB. 



Thou E otsofJ..y, r./J7™i 






The Right Sort of Religion. 

W; n-anl a religion that goes into tbe family, 
and keeps the hatband Irom being spiteful when 
Ibe dinner is laic, and keeps Ibc dinner from being 
late— keeps the wife from fretting when the bug 
band tracks the newly washed floor wile hi 
muddy hoots, and makes the husband mindful t 
the scraper and the door mat — keeps the ma the 
patient when the baby " 



^ the cblldrei 
yell as go 



;. -.^ll n: 



toern-win 

honeymoOT 

happy hours nan mo ™iicri< ug-ucc, uciu 

its bosom at once the benatyof [be lender 

com, and the glory of the ripened Trail. W. 

areligiDn that bet"" "" — 



.kcs lb. 



I of sin 






cnlity of lying ar 

isbes small measures from the conmen, 
baskets from the stalls, pebbles from thai 
bags, clay from paper, sand from sugar, el 

■vinegar, alum from bread, strychnine from 
■water from tnilkcaru, and buttons from thi 
Irlbution box. The religion that is to sai 
world, will not put all the big strawberries 
lop, and all the bid ones at Ibe 'bottom. I 



tlqu'lty, the Chinese. While the 
nod glasiog was disappearing ii 
■" their neighbors, the J 

its grotesque di 



York grow, and a 
make one balfa r 
the other of poo 



in all the when 



1 spool hri 



be amalgamiied w 
made of woolen ra 



ctifj the wi 
older I bat fo 
ts given, is » 



'id, pays its debts. 
■j eeota relumed foi 
cording to gospel, t 



-j, as a thief. Ill, 
o pay fifty dollar 
who neglects to 



A lady who saw the Em Somber liked it 
dared not subscribe lest "the rij/it kind of n 
ion " should prove to he the \ctanj. and Infidi 



pealed "0 Lord, for| 
vat again called to i 
Sng officer for an ci 

■verted subjectintrod 
I was referring to i 
and wni not aware 



uch tired by howin 
mips with sborr ' 



■■ Ibe I 



olbc 



groon 



>f ibti, 



_ on, with oi_ 

of fatigue is removed, Burton ,i, h'l 
Etepj In East Africa," namilei a Yerr 
torn of females who lend tho camels ■ 
lug fatigued, "Heal full length, pro 
ampling o 



with their 
Ibis CUltOl 






V 


"VtVbol 


rthorn pi phi 
over thef.er 


, ami co 
e Cre. <l 






arlbcoBore, 














The f.nt 








ricks of 1! 


















Inventor of potterv. 




celled, n 


■ CoruchiiB 






oor the nr 


tbelk Grecl 








Phidias b 






tbo Atbe 










ced by her 




sb 


iduw. He 




cluy, ivl 



vhiildrugsl had put upon oneh, as a m 
; then, having mnde a furnace to n 

see whether my drugs were able to prod 
whtti'h color; for 1 sought only after w 
nmel, because I bad heard it said Ihat n 
amel was the basis of all others. Then, 
I bad ncrer seen earth baked, nor could I tell by 
what degree of heat the said enamel should »■- 
melted, It was impossible for me to get any resi 
■ny, though my ob.1— '"* ' ' ' 



an, the 



lotber time 



itcd the pottt 

have provoked thereby the jealousy of Don 

s, that he threw him front tbo Acropolis n 

killed him. The Egyptians were at a very ea 

period nequainied with the art. Little figot 

coTcred with Boo deep blue glnae, nod nuroere 

if which may be scou in I 

re deposited with their mil 

■ons of earthen vessels, Closi 

uade io Egypt ni present, i 

Egyptian paintings. _Thc neit Ib aotiq- 



uity to Egypt 

you all by their black Spur- 



sag, fnmllin. 

,1,1:1, gnu, 



d the Greeks wlth- 
n the empire fell, 

iment of the 

Hie, the Cbi- 

ae, had beco 

with 



lltyra 









readers are all fam 
nds of myriads of years, according tt 
ronology, tbey have been' mnnnfacturi 
n it is impossible to say ; It It an insti 



The firs 
" potter] 



rcAppcai 



it bis genius and hi! 



, Palissywai 
m, Europe * 
-heap now t 



:$ its inscription 
resent for Eliia- 

lecd the actual 
vas hermetically 



>po. The only pottery, therefan 

and all that Fnlissy achieved "was 

scovery. 

hoover Lucca dclla Robbie's enamel 



liv.-J, ,.„.! 
ud s.llit 
Had 1 c 



polar frosts, a north-west u 
w... l.i. 1.1.1. lbt 



lever you migli 

'Ij'I'l.'iLllil Ollli- 



Her 



■i tl-; nedtctof his 
■nt .l.jsiiiulion of his riirailv!" Thr. ,, D , 
■■ in opposition to 1 lie c, ;[ |„i, ,_,!,.. j.j, 
cal; the filling of his furring Involve. 
mess of bis cupboard. Ilij BW ;,„j (,. 

provoked Ibe nut unnatural i t ,l.-, , 
""was aegh 



tied fc 

lace of dome; 






c ii[,i,r..i,li,,,- 
inucot; Ibe 
and delicate 
.,| .in,] l„,,k, 
I Love flew , 



lamcl would tnal 
noramtu that h 



i, either for good o 
of man is omnipotcnl 
list tt. In misforton 
prosperity, adds grne 



■TBI violet gww, low and cover, itself with it, 



iile ! "while 
"....11 l,:.-,i 



judlogood grinding n 
ic;i-g new f.-rnafS, ■■-.■In 

! i:|-- V. ,,il,j .Hill 






HES.LIZIBZW.WAEKBH, M-D- 

BLBOTBIOIAW AND HY0R0PATBI5T. 
Corner Mw» and Paelflc .ircei. San francl." 






.:,:,'•.: . !... 



board, nod a 



mpty purse, an empl 
n wife. And then 
of Madame Palisay." 



"When," says hn, "I 
years thus imprudently, with surrows nt 
because I cuuld not at all arrive at my li 
nod, remembering the money spent, I res 
order to avoid such large expenditures, 
the chemicals that I wnuld test to Ibe kiln or some 
potter j and, having settled Ibis within my mind, 
I purchased afresh several earlhcn vessels, and 
having broken them In pieces, as was my custom, 
1 covered three or four hundred of the fragments 
with enamel, and sent them to n pottery, distant a 
league and-n-hnlf from my dwelling, with arc- 
quest to the potters that tbey would please to 
permit those trials to bo baked within some of 
their vessels. This Ihey did willingly." 

And so, with good-natured pity, and good- 
linmuri-'l t-j'Jiriayt, the pollers put this strange 
batch of ponders into ihei: rnroncc ; and our poor 
friend Palissy, wilb a throbbing heart and care- 
worn countenance, sat down to watch tho result. 
It was his last desperate experiment — at present 
' ■ ich it 



b potters made i 



icrry ; ood Palissy aick cue d al 
rce hundred potsherds. Hour 
bed, till tho time arrived when 
taken from tbo furnace. Ant) 
is curio, in- on tbe part or tbi 
ily intensity of feeling on tbt 
bich was neither hupenorde. 
pportable feeling which cumes 
rds were drawn forth. 



como to tako out my trial-pieces, 1 received 
nothing but shame and loss, because tbey turned 
..in t -.,"l for ootbing; for the lire used by the pot- 



butt of their rude wit. What, then, will be do 
neit? Try again. "Because I had at that time 
no knowledge of the reason why my experience 
bud not succeeded, I threw the blame— as I before 
said — upon my materials ; and, beginning afresh, 
I made a number of compounds, and sent them to 

tinned Io Jo several times, always with grctttcost, 
loss of time, confusion, and sorrow." Meanwhile 
i!i<: necessities of bis family had become loo ur- 
gent, and Madame Palissy too clamorous, Is be 
disregarded, and be gave In for a while. 



,ill u 



when h< 



.... Thus stood tbe 
alter. There was a tbiag to be done j he could 

i could do it. Hut, then, God did not show him 
owny to do It. His family bad claims upon 
m ; and greatly, therefore, as ho has dared, bo 
ill now as greatly forhear. "When I r-aw that 
:ould oot at all, in this way, come at my luten- 
in, I took relaxation for a lime, occupy in l- my- 
lrinmynrtof painting and (fliiffl-working. and 
mnorled rojjelfu if I wrre not r.ealous to dive 
y more into Ibc secret of enamels." Tbe imrne- 



iftcr three years of fniithjVj LSj.,-rii„.' u'l 
iccnma n reasonable husband nod father 
ook himself ngaio loglusj-palnliognndsi 



,1 ih.i-. 



"No lady should he without ouo of these skirts,' 
said tbe elorekecper. "Well, of coorso not' 
responded the husband, who was something of i 



is a vulgar notion that politeness is onh 
red towards superiors. Tbe truth is every 
ought to regard bis fellow mart or frieod ai 
qunl, and treat him accordingly. This is tin 
soul of good manners. Bueh faollgg, th, 
gentleman always has. 

r. heart Is a city surrounded by many gates 
bo Devil knoweth It right well. We shut 
and lock him out at ouo entrance, and forth- 



vigilant, for if bo i 
if all. 






l-i-i j':-.loiuy ..nc: i„„| „ lodgment In tho mind, 
and like tbe «., pnlipns it emends its thousand 

^V^^^'SShS S'n tue 

Tub pleasnntcst things in tho world are plca- 

;"'"■ (1>'-u.;lil!i and tbo greatest art in life is t0 
have as many of them as possible. 



ting, and a fly trouble ot 

Lii'i:,' in tliil.lhunil, if you can, that happiness 
; "«l ou< Hie, bin in-iilc, A good heart ond a 

I ear conicl"— ■ '-=■ 
nd no cirei 



■; bring I, 



trols the tides of the soul. 



lhl«M"lB"ion%n.l™li^'™d«d "runl" mtimooWj ln,m 

ta,. < ■•,!!.■ :■:: n.c-.l.^ .;,,..!„ ,:, h Q( ^ 

Ljt-»fi.n*[lBH. r TulMii.r.ctfco«au»lll prober fiKluWw 
A. in ACCOUCFJEUSE .he claim. Io becmUifoUr iucr».- 

Thuie »Wilnj 10 oi.Il Ibcnuelios ol Mra Warren'. 

tS-Arr.aB^meau bice been m " d «&"Jj' ch * f«r P 



Pulu! TheWonderflai 

Asoviitn cbteo still, Is just received 
Al BCUIUHBEH.'a Depotl i i, believed 



re PULU L, 



■rest PULU Depot; 



PRICE REDUCED! 

IJ^-em.TCVjESIW-TT' 

HYDRAULIC HOSE 

MANUFACTORY. 



SEWED WITH FOUR SEAMS, 
For 15 Cents per Yard, 

OUAIMNTEED TO 8TAMD TUE PRESSURE OF OHf 
FEET FALL AND LAST A3 LONG 

:e duck, without Hippirio. 



1 »m olio prepiied !□ sell PATF-NT-RIGHTS lor Etnle 
ilea! Office U WMblnjwn Cily, ntih lie Stnl iwiptd opi 

Mlneri and otbert lalonatod will please oiJdreu 

UOX Ho, 353 AT THE MAltVSVtLLE FOBT OFFICE, 
■ tbrouab Weill Fargo * Co. 1 . E.prcu. All order. Ituc 
lly reeelicd .nd promptly eieculod. 

1 .,r II: .■ , I n 1 , ir,^ :. .luij.nllloa (D InTHl e -"-'I -..«. I- 
f-1- -Ld i,r.:l'|.,,l,l,. lu'l'i, ... ;|-,-.,' I, rl... ||.n 



OIBCDLATIOH OF IRE FARMER ABROAD, 
V7n have often urged tho friends of our Slate, | 
aid us In tho Circulation of our Journal in Hj 
Old Slates, and Europe, so that ivc might be mot* 
instrumental of good, nnd help to increase, iob 
population of California, and thus make the Stale- 

We have often published strong Letters, Croat, 
various Slates, proving tho good our Journal «• 
doing in making our Stato truly known in all her 
Tttst resources. Wa now ask of all who feel a 
desire to have our Stale double her population. 

Wo append a Proposition, and hope tho Frienflt 
of this Journal and the ennse it pleads, and all 
who wish to carry out the desires eipressed by 
our excellent Citizen, in Parfl, will cooperate wH 
us. Wo frill make liberal terms to all Sociellej 
for Emigration, or Clubs, and Cummerclai Honjej.. 

With a dosiro to make the Resources of Calf, 
forma known abroad ns widely as possible, we f M u 

MIA F*nuEB in all the Older Sinles, it would bff 
tho means of showing tho great Masses of tfco 
People, that California is tho place lor them Io 
settle in; and we believe we i;0uld greatly benefit 
all the interests of our Stale, by Circulating out 
Journal extensively abroad, 

our Merchant!, and' Business lien, and all who. 
desire to m alio California truly and widely knows, 
to aid us in the Circulation of tho Fabher. 

Wishing In place tbo Faiiiieu at so low a price, 
as lo enable all to send It lo Iheir friends, we offer 
tho following Terms for all Clubs lo send to tfco 
Old States, nnd io Europe: 
For eight Copies- $:j. 

(Each Copy to bo mailed separately, if so desired). 

For Ihree Copies 10- 

" six " 30 

11 single Copy - ... 4 

i <S5i M Dealers 

PIANOFORTES, 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 
Musical Instruments, 

Strings, «Jte. 

A. II. Gale &. Co., New Voi-u. 

C. Meyer. Philadelphia, 

T. Gilbert, Boston, 

Whose P1AHOH [hey CONSTANTLY keep OD hind, 

FOR SALE AND TO RENT. 

They hate ibe largnt suet: ot well (elected Sheet Mm!c 
and UuunJ Buakj lu ji,,, Fronci.to, =n.J ii Li c^aiuntljln- 

clpil pnlilWr. la llie >jfl Thcs h.vo o lull iupp'7 '<•' <*& 
iVll., ■.!::.■ .- mMiioin.u,; Violin nnd FLino, Fl li! ■■ n:.-l fi.is'i, 

Hand, i mill nnd large, etc. 

Pianos and All Other Instruments 

TUNED AND REPAIRED. 






MRS. D. NORCROSS 
No, 144 Sacramento street, 

Aboto Kontgomorr ilrec-t SAH FRANCISCO. 

L ^, D I! ES !, DRESS TRIMMINCS. 

urNoaS^a^u Lr^.an^ria"'"' D " M T ° ,U 
'eaoe'dty"* "" '" S °" " H,rli,0B1 Md™,t rt™«lo»4» 
' .IH.?."*' I "" 1 - oompletod all 



UNDER LINEN, 

HOSIERY 
j nn . UNDER CLOTHING, 

nd all Qoedadn our Una, 
3 \ MBS. D, BORQROSS, 



A S O N I C_R E C A L I A . 

BLUB LODGE, 

R- A. CHAPTER, 
CODNOIL, 

KNIGHTS TEMPLARS 

rail nolg or rlngln fete far ladivloual mn k> 

s.SS?}*s"" ; -""»'».o..ii..i.irti., 

D. NOROROSS, 

Abo M 0, 1U SACft -U'WTO STREET 

BUY ALL YOUR 

BATCHES 

'DOKBBi 



HTJISTTER'S 
GRAIN SEPARATOR I 

•n. THE GRAIN-GROWERS OF THE PA- -=. 
^OIFIC COAST hare now an opportunity ^F 
a.nover before otTured thorn of cloonlng their Jt- 

The audeniened weuld offer ibetu hie 

NEW GRAIN SEPARATOR, 
Patented April 9tn, 1S61, 

.s one of the best Iuiiil omenta ever Invanled. Mustard, 
.adlih, Chefs. Barley, and all other imnurilioi, ire 
jrisraled enllroly, lonvloi Iho Whoal in a pure and 

-r. <:;:■:, 
The Importanao or this Impleroont can bo seen at 
nee, o; tho 

INOHBA8ED T7\A.IiTTB 



lie fools conCdont that wary Oraln-Oroiror 

WILL BE CONVINCED OF THKIR VALUE 
ho moment an opportunity lj presented tosoolhsm 

A, HUNTER, 
mms— J. D. ARTHUR k. SON, San Franoijeo. 



^PIONEER Jfi 

Riding Academy, 

LIVERY AND SALE STABLES r 

OnouW.twrDJick.c-D. SAX FRANCISCO 
OIUUCK JOHNSON jproprlotor. 

tllQIHn CLAB8ES for O.ellomen oa BnDUtJt llondiya 
Wedaaauni. and trldan u^ui.«j-. 

iii""«i!Inl. C i" ASSEa Ladl<, ■ OD Tu " dn r ., TBanaajv 
rieacid MmSy Tn ^■T^ u H|u" n r,^7^7"VAf^=n 
i ;."T, , -,: ;' :U °*" "Wroarotiunlcienl number of FopU» 

, . j,i li'V.'^"/. '' ■ ;i;l1 '-■■ ■■■i-" t:vj:iiv i-vj-.Nir.''S.i"-"' 



LARGE WASHIN6-HIACHIKE. 

A![;AKQEWASIlIKG-MACnrNE.WITHni!ATER 



BUY ALL YOUR 

J E -W B L E Y 



TCOKBR ! 



THE CALIFOENIA^AEMBE. 



63 



Weltlae, wailine. for eno only, 
lio. I count tb« ««'y ODtnenli piiilnc; by ; 

t Gntbcn> flonlj in lu» room. 
gai A. chill Hnved^totaw "I". the sky- 

■ Ct«fi cich olh.tr in the (Ireoi, 

.And I w.teh ibt ft« f ouiioe p"' ra * door, 

Bui Hie flep • !"" HoRtrri nightly. 
AnJ the bond lh« "PP" 1 '" 1| S 1, "' r ' 

Ana the r»« a-i i™""* 1 ™ ws»«J. 

By Ltd fliellcht'i fitful steaming 



.Appesr lo have 

i> And Ibo a 
Acrl tbe nilQ" 



MAIN & WINCHESTER 



fond an J frequent meoling, 



[All the Yew Round. 




in;oir- 




Electricity as a Remedial Agent, 

DISEASES CURED 
Without (lie Vne ot nicdlcIncH, 

Electropathic Institute, 

<-.!-. WasbJnirtcm streol. 



M jon that if you paint the Hower-pot that contaiua 
^K fc.or.ir. beautiful, fragrant floner, Ibe plnM 
■rill wither, nod peibnpa id blossom will die. 
■foil shot out i! :e "ir nod moisture from piling 
BUjh lb «lh ta^lb. roots, eel your pa.nt 

IKratloo «tiMruci»i tv, ir ': lly'ocr .tnplinhrocol, or n 
EEmrlniice retard nod ntnicty for that which 

hut if vou deoj the water of 
life io ib>- tloncr.il most die- And there aro 
Kinds of r.itiiD*:tal ncconcSibinenLs. ibeverj 
p,, ukh ,i it deletions to the soul M 

Blo pniai upon (be Botvjr-pol .< pcrn.e.oBi. to the 
■plant who?e n>lie»tc leave- not only mbnlo ft 
Kolio ni >. s otmo,pVre during juut very processor 
Hrandriioi: the eiterlor uv»f tasteful, bui ii.- whole 



i-i is renl koonledRe. wisdom, ptincipl'-, 
lorption nod dcyclopmenl of truth, n. 



MANTJPAOTUBBBS 

* HARNESS, 1 ^ 

S addles, Bridles, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE* WARE, & C . , 

216 and 218 (Old No. 68) Battery street, 

Corner of Tdcbrnond, 

SJW FRAN CISCO. 
HAE1TESH of all the Principal Malera In tbe Tfnlted 
States. 41m, SOLE AOEHTS for Pneifio Const, for 

HILL'S CONCORD HARNESS, 

"Wholesale ana Eetail." 

....1ST PBEMITJM AWABDED HAIH ft WJWj 

CHE3TEftj,l>F U- ,[ ";' ^ '"/.,' ^^l'^ ' ,,uVo bmLid"? 



ot.,1 ,ir, o; r.liicoraoMuiiUer impouftm ty. Looginl- 
oil'iluu lluit oclyUjjuach inr dl5e.ll.il .yileTi ™oW the 

~!i"' n ^o™™™'°Lt°"Vi£>i'''i;-™i; :i <r. » 1 """"".Tl^. 

] .. | !,,-„ ,.!■■,! ..:,.! ,,,.,-.■. 1^'^°' 'j ,(?|"o^, f .Sod M the" 
I^M^'pled'ano b»d^iilV""J«- ' Thcjr were 

^"nT.' GJjeuiSTaJ 1 l!i™di™eiwl5°t 

<fir.cn .eirr In cure by malicsl i>roc« ire now cu 

|,-. r „■„*. . nrs.l ill IjJ lh" lioproTr-d InPlmmmH D 



THE VErtlVtOIVT 

SEED-SOWER AND REVOLVING HARROW! 
FAEMBBS, ^TTBISTTIOlSr ! 

m hi. „..li.., ... .-»• »•■ ■■■ -» •<• » •*■ '""'" , . •" »"'*" "" ""'""" " 
Seeding and Han-owi«g at the same Ttoe. 

' IT 15 SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION, STRONG, AND DURABLE, 

,„;, I,. ■„,»... ii,.E.,..,..rf.. .O. ..«••' I'-. "-"•"-'•» ' '""■" 



ui Fr.DolKO, Saul. 10, 1B3I. 



jDth.PMia.Cout. Fof.»1obr 

KNAPP, DERRELL & CO., 



FURNITURE! 

BEDPING! 



Colby's Patent Improved 
CLOTHESWRINCER 



''. :.;'.;;;;,"".ii.: ! "'""J ;,!,'„:!!' <■■* \'-,i-.:-<'- i-- < : ■■-_■ ■■-■ 



East India Tea Store 

ESTABLISHED Hi 1GGT. 

631 T^-ashinjrtoix street. 

Murly oppodle MMoln'i Open Hotuo. 









rim, '-IV i" ■■ ' ' ' i 



Mi Ip^i p"\S. md Urn llMblne cUap> luelf nnnly w 
""l rireMfen k"^«l reo.onn.hy erciy Btrally tlnmlil h-rolL 

M,,,!:!,, :,:-Vi : ■ llti. ]„ir|. ,1- : "lid U wo.nnKMtb 



SELLING, MARX & CO., 

HAVE RE-OPENED THE 

Extensive Furniture Warerooms 

FORMEBLY OCCUPIED BV* 

J. GJ-. OLAEK &■ Co., 
No. 610 Washington street, Up Stairs, 

OPPOSITE TIIE UA1UEET. 

UnUy rectirbm from Um E«I encry Tnri«y el lie lota 
of BEDDING, aPILlNG-BEDS, it. ie., nude t 




BAILEY'S PATENT 

WASHING AND WRINGING 

MACHINE. 



BOARDMAN, GRAY & Co. 

ALBANY, N. Y. 



Lhow « C. 


V FtOlTE 


is.— When aoo 


bj post, 














erwue », piec 




















■Ihe boi, or fre 








-their umltr^ 








.objectioniil.lv. 
















Tor the ! 










phereorsulTiei 
















Tera ore gathei 


d in drj- 


■wtslliM-. !■ ... 
























EtDwerii will 
















k00B. The in 








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siiauii] jinxi 


. rli.,.1: 


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g of this 






B Chronicle. 




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e II not 


-verr long. A 


few more 












and 101 






ho.^1: (.'fj.-'ini, 
















Other 


uot worth 




hnlo each 


c.i not i 




but in lb 






md Btreneth i 








vci to coiry n 












Ijlheuuwt 








Sl!£ Slifl: 


-ji— "I r 


allybelie-o ev 





GEO. IMC. SMITH &■ CO. 

DEALERS EXCLUSIVELY Iff 

Choice Green and Black TEAS 

Of Chine™ nod Jnpueu production) 

COFFEE, 8TJGAB, AND CHOCOLATE. 

Our TEAS nr* ocUiioiyI edged <■> be the Heel 

KT Obnrn, Ihii la the osit noni. rmn T«a Siobe 



UAHDPACTUKES UBST OF FA11JLY SOAPS. 



iDO ill it, BOd thert-'i no geltin' un unyliow 
him. Consult grows na tbe bui: on ouo'B 
it it's longer cumin' out." 

t bo anj ndTanlogo to a man dciirous 

,ug a pnblie speaker to connect himjelf 

spoke factory 7 This iiuostion comes to 

„ uul the hub of the Universe, nod Is enbmUlod, 

t of regard to tbe public weal. 

i Wnn la tho dillerence betwr-" - «™»nl«™™i "« 

o will nml a certain kind uf & 






ELECANT ROSEWOOD CASES 

GOOD AND_DURABLE. 
WARBANTED I 

3EWD FOE OIBOULAHS 

QrVINQ FULL DESCRIPTION, 
Harlne no Aeenl in California, »o will loll direct to 

Very low Wholesale Cash Bates, 

"oMro'eulnrXfc"^ 

,; -|.! T ,,,! ; \.i ,-:i,.r.. it,: ,--r,. ir.u., '- mN >vnh 

,■, .-... ':„..., „i , M - r -li-n- r.i-i .!-■ '-T.1 1 1,-: 

I., Sl, s »t,J rii.nli l..t.-i Ui.-L-i-unu made to CASH 
IIUYBRS. 




" I " ?! " •i.*Siey B eom l . iDTDUBb 



PATENT INSULATED IRON RDM 

SE1TI> FOR^CIRCULARS. 
Perfect SatiNrat-ilon Cuarantced, 
or tlte Money BcTuudcrt. 

BOiSDMAN, GHAT ft Co,, 

MAHDFA0TOBHRS, 
B ALBANY, S- V. 



mm .ro.or.iHHWre- 



tbcr ll a silly 

d by oecupa- 

^Tbcth iUelf becomes folachnod if It is prc- 

ienleil in ..ui ullier tli.tu Hi rii;lu iclnllonB. For 
f-lbere i] cu ituth but the "whole truth." 
L A good many men are la the best health when 

d glory of a ninn to be tbo 



FIRST PREMIUM AGAIN. 

BBISG THE 

SEVENTH TIME RECEIVED 

Against All Cotiipc-til.org, 

R. H. VANCE, 

Comer of Montgomery and Sacramento Sts., 

SAINT FBANOIBOO. 



Ifr thai lovci only hlmKlr, h 

that lovel hie neighbors hu nu 

Bin . Iloek of Bhecp 

IP. itli tonipoieilofnllittt 



, Yoor Hondted ond Fifty Aorei Bich Land. 







PATENT RIGHTS FOR SALE. 



ALSO— A CIDER-WILL end PRESS of the mrj.l ipprured 

i-r!.. ■"■",',:. 'U '.•',!■ ' 'li..- H< Ml''! ' - ' ' ' ' Ill ' ■ IL'"- 

No. L A New Eotary Subsoil Plow. 




Inilioctloni rl'en In the "». "'l IW* fumlibed 
iMlB<-..ror S-.U.'.-.-.' "■■rlh "I Cinrr..-, HI-., 1'li.tB.. 
.. ■ ■. 111,1 Tin mim nl u'lii. ... I -■■ rii-i -ny,! .hull 



"" "' " II. ',- 'ii..!ll, , !',''." '' ill."' i'LLKIr.'-iijl. Ji 

■p.. i. u. J. .-i,,i. M. I.., n- ■! i.ii.i |.|.j.ki„i ». in,- a. s . 



BTJTT ALL YOTJB 

PEARLS 

OF 

TUCgER! 



No. 2. A Corn Cultivator. 

S U K/y'LuS'iiiM™ 11 

No. 3. An Improved Clothes Heel nnd Bar. 

TbliTmluiW.-Ji.nl m- i.|, ■■■■ ,.i f.ifi,i>.ir. '"[. tvolPd lelbe 
Ho, i. The Hecttanio's Spirit LotoI. 



No.S. AMoaketoBar. 
'inu will lioraiirli -..-....i -I in i:..H:-irlv JM. .i.„|.l- ,,. „■ 

Alao, Hyde's Fntont Poit-Driver, 



d tin.l Mi new Hu„ V 
gen beloM B=mr- Tt 



THE CATARACT 

Washing: Machine 

AND WRINGER. 

Rubbing and Wringing Done Away! 

TITIS MACHINE 
IS 
^ JIEMAIIKAELE 
*i FOR THE 

\ FOLLOWING 

QUALITIES 
■J WIIICIIITIS 
7 WARRANTED 

TO POSSESS-- 
tho nneit-Laco Collnr, or the 
lr .v l "i,V.>l.',nnVi. U i!'lihM[it,hrlnl l lnBtbelii. 
1 1 dec > mil nciir il, .- (ll.n h,- . ,,ii I nevrr Lr-niiJ o hnlion. 
It i.. i-rfL-cliv -ii n !■!■■, fery ilronf ontl doreble, and can- 




o"wy*b™t fbe OLwn.^i""'^ "ut-r Til^Tisln. . 



ss; 



.-Horse For Sale. 

4,,. AyiNE.-Atmi.iMi'iiiM-;, t-iin: teaks 

(•fWlold, rfoLhv Inn, I, ,..,«! I,«ill Wd, .mil 

IljlulnfMonhulMl.. 1, ,..■!,. Lri.-lil I, !,-... ill] (1 .t JIQ .i.l 
white hind foflt; n nsrifci ,ii,i Ii Ulan' i huno Tho 
onoorwllhtlli, -dl bun i..i »:.m ■■! ..■■.■ i-i bin. Ami. It 

In T H HHII.V. 



iLof uie forblni. Annly 

T. D iLEBRY; ' ' 

Fnmo.0ffl. 



WOOL, HIDES. AND SKINS, 

Pitrcliasod. 

AT TOE HIQUEST MARKET BATES, 

LONING & FUERSTEIN, 

BO PHONTSTBEBT. 



BUY ALL YOUR 

13 IAM 3ST r> s 

......OF 

T XJ O H. E H; 






"THE oiLII-OBNUJAEMEB. 



Wlolneale Proclace Report 
Ttdl rrpmeots uM prices p sld by the dKler totl" prwluoer. 
(Corrected wceUy, H ^ B. T«- * fcfc k <^S™f I 
TBE »b« b«u averymnlerl.1 MUJS^ «■**« 
netinu of oil kinds of Grain ftr the Oil tin MP- 
TThrat. in canicular, has com. bio Harksl very spar- 





ft*io correspond 


mpo-e to r 






inr lira 




„.- r ,n.--J, 1 




































that Orc£oi 






rgo tur- 




i Mora »ob Wo* 


I lo ship he 




sin. oil p«i- 




and arguss that rf 










Homc-c^nsumptlon- J 


























whether tboy wi 







],-:il demand Is not sufficient to (nsletn eree proeu 

Rarity boo dKlSrily improved, and Is reedy sal" it 
prices from (Co lo St ? lOMbs. 

Thn demand for Oab) has-sdso improved, ami pr.ee* 
are budenlug. 

Hay in consoaneaco of the light receipt*, bas ad- 
rao«J, and Is uuetehlo al (mm $12 to SIS V tun, 
with id upward tendency. 

Potatoes, in consequence of tbo liberal "W4j.*"" 
declined in price, and are dull sale at from 31 to SI OT 

The onanliij oTRjo and Buck-hcst remios to Mbt- 
kcl u very Email, end Iho demand pni. Prices oi U>* 

two Grain; mail prove rotn-jci-i.im-.r ;t I 11,1 -" 11,1 - I 1 '""''' 1 
Within thu part week tbo following s bips havo com- 
pleted thtlr loadioe and hare failed or are reedy to 
■all, ric Tbo 'hip Nlmroud, Inking 1PO0 iir-sks Flour, 
1SS-I its lTbtat, Itn Iks Bailer, «,ISS sks Oats, and 
25,0011 ft Lumber; value SSl.Slf. Ebip Nabob, Tor 
Cork and orders, teles 31.SM ihilVhi 



:,u-l ■.-.■i i! 



Hongkong, his 2: 
"u Uukksilvei 



i' U! l"liw 



toultoi 






r Hen York; It 
.hip Indep 



r lvta 



1 Floor, bat 



price) hare advanced boyt 

thtrois a donbt of 0>t being loaded. 

loi.liog rapidly, principally with OaU. 

P.cceipls of Produce durinf the neck around the Ely 
hare boon, u follows Wheat, SG,Su9 els; Floor, 
13,487 qr-eki; Bsxioy, 10,301 Iks; Cau, ««0 sks; 
Bams, UW sks ; Potatoes, 5469 sks ; Bran, 1117 iki ; 
Middlings, 101 iki; Cora, U9S eks i Com Weal, MO 
qr-ski; Hay, SM tans; Wool, 3511 bales; Bait, 4216 
iksj MoiUrd Seed, 202 ika; Onions, ISO lis. 
Wheat, P IDMb-s— 



I ■■;■ ■■ J.'; 



■.. {'looci afiOt 
ICorctetrd by R. 



Rug. WiihlnrWa Mirkej.] 
Si Curse, Clfj CD 149 



do brjtocaury .S 
P^nedTalloH.pD 39 



qnaUtj le ^ Bi 

VllL— Ent nonlitv, :i-;fS,r-j. 
Hooi— Stock Hogi ale; fat Ilog 
' 7c@8e. 



„ for lio Wrinlo 

:':B A-»*JlC ■ 

fjR01 nrutban S ev Cn jMrs <va hava .Svowl.a 
nH1!U re S for secorlng to Ibis port the val.inblo 
Md o that KOdldnocrttolou, if U.. m.l. Flee, 
„. lMl ., i„.|„ tt( l lo Ub tfil« Ibelr resort. Wo 
jiOtr WB oan fit out tbo ttbalamoo belter and 
heaper than anj of the Island, ; besides, ubale- 
oeo'odrulDbere.in.loadof b f in K at a Inrge d»- 
ouot, command a promioca. Tho trade too, ot 
all-making, and sbtp -chandlery, and sliip-9tore=, 
rc no Hem tbnt would, grtatly benefit oor mer- 
banU ; -rbile the sate orHoor, pork, beef, and frcsU 
egsuiblea would bo a groat help to oorprodocprs. 

Seven jears since and tho only nbulesblp owned 
I this port was that of Wm. Bailey I »°w there 
re sevoral.-aod at Ibis time lb"" Bre cl 6 ht 



Dne. 




Cossur, to Batavi«.-I. S. Dlehl, for so man 
years a Temperonco Lecturer in Calif..."!!,., 1... 

i .,|, r ,:,i,,(.J f. Hj C !.'0Ti-.j] ; l,ip at Batavia.n 

the East ludian Island of Java. Tho positluo i 
a lucrative cur. Iju! Hjo ,:lirni.L L - reported Ibu hot 
test ..a,l ^itkliestiu the world. 

Wo aro glad our friend has a good appointment 
he deserves it. We trust, however, a kind Vrovi 
dctico may shield him from tho pestilential htcat 
of n sickly climate. Wo shall spufc from his in 


I Inmre 1 Insure < 
We liai'o repeatedly urged our Fo 
r friends in Iho country lo See 

om the chnneo of rnin by huvine 1 
Sir stock, household furniture, gro 

lurid. It COSH bat little lo do so n 

r or'lniurnoce CVs., with well pa 
will bo promptly paid, and those 


re themselves 
eir bolldings, 
n, lools, etc., 



oopholes will not bo mttdo ava 
nying the insurance. 
We can refer with much pieaan 


loir Broth 


Flint, who are agents fur some o 
once Companies in onr country, c 


nd hy refe 



not insured 


do so at ooeeandiir 


p tafdg. 


Fa 


-m- 


rs, do not 


delay: a few days , 




mr 




uincd by a 


argo firo. Oil imur 




bea 


ti- 


v. — This is n new bnt n very 


oily locate 


"Rural Homo," near the ent 


one 


of 


ho road which lends from Ibo Op 




t N 


too 


falleyto l 


e Sulphur Springs. 


We re mem 


oer 


bis place for many years as the 






:,il!y, forme 


rly proprietor of ibe Sulphur 


pri 


>■'■ 




very recently, purchased by 




ri- 


nvr-citTzea 


Lenin Gibson, Esq. 


long k 


OWE 


ll 


one of onr 


s Itemed merchants. 


'Bellevi 




j:.= 




oved that no hardly 


;uew it. 


By 


tho 


excellent to 


Eto of Mrs. Gibson, 


tho "He 






icon remodeled, rebuilt, added I 


o, and In 




ed 


and thai m 


do truly a Home. S 


onasth 


olo 


tide 



dcslgotd. We rcgreitod to fin 
poor bcnltb, but wo hopo such 
quiet and glory of such a Home 
tbo energies and health that a t 
tion lo a city life has impaired. 






the present time California, particularly San 

ilea, can boast a great advantage over even 

Y'ork, for we believe wc are gelling some of 

the jtl sorts ; at least ono would think so If they 



BeUU Prices at Washington Haiket-Nt 

Atpanni.. -■ "fr 
Arucaoua-- --PdoiTS 



...4pdntraObbB..su 

&&V*pyn.'. .. "fa. 

aT Uoakapj't.".' '.'. ', 
itrtDrBeuu.. ., ., ..a 

'««■ f>but«. 

IU.-T ftranti 



I ■;.-,•••*■?.■ 



ptooded lo n> tho following queatie 


ns upon T, lo 


chicb we made the res pone 


tonT 




Which T does your Godd 


bs Flor 


prefer 1 Wo 


.asnercd Floirrry Fccco T. 


Who' 




k.adof T! We saj, Slon- 


HUkitinHiiinMWf 


ire oor armies contendiug 


for? 


We think, oi 


oorse, tbo JJiuci T, as both North 


and So nth are 


bebtiog for Liber-T. Wh 


t kiot 


of T ought 


iacbelora to drink? They 




lave "Green 1 


f. What kind of T do ou 




nts like heat: 


They alwoya try lo get g 


od Ou 


arnn-T. This 


discussion was held over a 






jo» T, called the Flowers 






lor tho or", time, ..oil fnuri 


Mill 




tutpaisiog all others io pur 


ynnd 


frngronco. 



FainiY Ftocn.— Wo have tried very 
■nrcfully the Flour exhibited at tho Alamcdo 
-ounty Fair at OnklanJ. It was very carefully 
md repeatedly tried as family bread ; the samples 
xero from the Oakland Mills nud also the Clinton 



Mills, i 
light, a 



t «l]i:-nt 



lie bread, sc 
ttee Of Ihret 

irial will be 






decide. Anot 

but thus fur it Is tho most superli 
■avu hud for a long time ; and those wh 

will find it bo. Wownuld also tint 
dmnn's Yenst Powdera were found I 
.Iter than any other kind, 



The Bin Bnooir.— Ho mo-Man ufaeturca in Oal 
fornia aro progressing so rapidly that wo can pa 
Ihey will soon "arrtcp" all opposition ; and as a 
emblem of ibis "good lime coming," see Iho "Bi 
Broom" on tho Manufactory of Mr. J. H. Ward, o 
flrumm street. This Broom is believed to bo it 
largest ever made io the United States. Twch 
poonds or Broom-Corn was used in Ibis oo 
Broom, llr. Ward excels in making Brooms, bai 
log fairly beat nil competitors at tbo Suto Fai 
and bearing off tho First Premiums against tl 
large Saeramcnto Broom Manufacturers. 



A Grind Opportunity fo 

The boUdlncj iro Eood. The Orcb 



Full-Blood Durham Stock. 



il full-Blood Durbani and alio Dorar 
ovorybm blood. Tho pedigrees wi 



lOtbor Hard of Noble Stock Tor Bale, 
lood Dotod BaUi pedifrre pcrfecL 



Valuable Blood-Stock For Bala. 



Ayntilie, with CI..-. Iij ihclr.ij-. i. 



IVational Loa-n. 

PCBSVJASTTO IKSTRnCTIONS FBOfJ THE SEC- 
retarroftho Treasury, abook will ba opened on the 
14th day of November ooit, at the Omce or the Autlt- 
ant Traainrer C. S., in thlj city, at the hour of P 

eneo for Treasury Nolci, to be limed under Iho Act of 
Jul, 17, ISol. Tncjo uotcmlll bo Issued In iuma oi 
Ef.v dollan, coo hundred dollora, Eve hundred dollars, 
ooe tbooiand dollars, and Eve thooiand dollars each, 



■J (!,!.;, 



tbo atatietlca of this 
Machlsci were (old ii 
jeers oftor their Inve 



sold. In 18G0 
k Co., 10.9E3; 



gj^c- ^jiCttS^.™ .. '.. ..,0831 

. . """»— ""I"*- PiSF"*- ■*«. are. 

"<"»,«! •■■FBI 359 M-Cena... .. po vm (3 

ftt>.(M>.. f-Oet .-• "01 do' Euaa.. 1* *'« S 

lanOaa-ctst e ..lu.cn' *„(„.. ., „| ™ 



.-■-..:■:...,..■., .:'; 



s« 


oli^o Api-Laa aso Tubuamt Wfibat.— Wo 




c-Ia boiofvery fjae seedling apples from 




Patterson, Esq., of San Joie who toys they 


".11 


. i: . till April. They ore a bolutirul red- 








., . .lu,iblo ncqoln.iun ,,., |,orticulturo. Wo 




ccrivod a small aUeaf of Tuscany Wheat 




■■ -i luruiilitd from this otllce; for botb 




he teeu at our office. 


lou 



Wot Is Lovo like 



3 direi 



SobMrlptlena for snohTreaiury Notes will bo received 
during [[icon da;> from the day of ononlog the bi 
aforesaid. No subscription for loo than fifty dollar] 
oor for any fraction or that mm can bo received. Snb- 
KrlpUoni of fifty dollars or ono hundred dollars must be 
paid In lawful coin of tbo Untied States at tbo time oi 
rabicrlbine. Subjc rip lions ot rooro than one hundred 

allhetinioorsnbKrlWoE, and ooo-third of'tbowhulo 
amount on evorj Iwontlolh day thereafter unlit Ihe 

which Treuory Koto, can be luued. 

Certificates will bo greeted In duplicate to wbjcribori 
for tho arnounU to paid, the original of which tho sub- 



.ubjcrtbodispaldotthe 
Hot will be hwoed only 
•oily lo tho first, which 
mat subscribed by such 






fig KAMSS ^ 

FOR. ijALE 

PTJBE AHD THOBOUGHBEED 

SAXON :n. -A. JSX. S ! 

From .peclally imported Sloek. 
Inference at San Franriico-nY. OEBSTtTRa. Esq. 
Country Audres:-N«li I id»-' 1 Port-Office, Slonlaryt-o. 
BtiOENK SHERWOOD. 



Flint, Bixby & Co.. 

AVE FULI- BLOOO 

, t» AND ii BLOOI 

B^RINO BTTO:S.S 

FOR SALE, 
m BJUea from »AST JTJAK, 



tSplemiid Backs T 
CRTSTAL^PAIi ACE ! 

_ THOSB W:iO WANT THi: FliOfiK- -_-f{B, 
jMff D r..frt=l--. rn,S 1 ""'-""-MT 



Well Bred Stock For Sale, 



tf 33 



j&? 



HAVING A LARGE BREEDING STOCK OF 

SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, 

SOUTHDOWN SHEEP, 
THOROUGH-BRED TROTTIHG HORSES, 

....AT.... 

WOOJ3BTJRN FARM," 

Those, desirous or parehaiiot:. can be supplied at an 
time. 
Also— A few 

Alderney and Ayrshire Cattle. 

It. AITCHESON ALEXANDER, 



ESTABLISHED I860. 

A- Gr E 3ST C Y 
Mission Woolen Mills 

CCSU! Tho proprietor of lie illSSlOH WO- 
WILLS rapectfnlly .nnoancm to the Iridc, Inat be 

FAMILY BLAHKET3, ou Wool, superior onsllty ; 



Better than Preston & Merrill's 
-A_t Less 3?rices? ! 
:BO J a.rti>TKr J iTxr , s 

o ia: A L L E IJ <3r S3 

Yeast Powder, 

FULLY GUARANTEED. 



IF NOT BAT13PACTORV, THE MONEV WILL BE 
RETURNED. 

^. C. WTWAS8, 

^ U California it 



FAMILY MARKETING. 
Stall No. 1, Washington Market, 

M( F.mlue. ihTdat™ ibo very ben Una, ol 

Fruits and TcgetablcH, 

BDDDmGToSr" 

No. 1, vvii^hiiiu-ioii Market, 

Wuhl n gloo.l J «t,fl«.Fr«nel«o. 

B^Tniit aorl ProtlQoe Heceivde and Sold 
ON COMMISSION. 



.orb othor a**, a, mar be Indicated by ,h™ wb"u tho 
'.raniBH their ordinal ctlfieato.. The iuplleato <ei 
dfieatosrnaT bo ralainod by them for Ihelrawn lecorili 
D. W. OBEESMAS, 
AtsUtent Treasuror II. S., and EubKrlptlon Agent 
San Fianolseo, Oobbcr 111, 1681. 7 



WOOL-CrROWERg 
OF CALIFORNIA. 



If THE CALIFORNIA 






•;^;;;tii;;;" 



Araorlcnn Ewe* Wanted 

nd or P]llo.-n Hundred tlooAn 
'■. la-jalreol'EdLtorofF.™"" 



TP.ATELING. 



Patitic Wail Steamship CompaDj's 
Golden Gate, i£g 



COSlHANDEaT 

Nov. 1, , WI> 



California Steam Hav igation Comparre-, 



CARRYING TjyiTED STATES MAIL. 
Steamer ECL1F3B, Copula E. C.M. Cha*Mct. 

I'li i ; s ■■:>;-:' : v ■ •■ , ;..'..'■ ■ 

" J. BRAOBOH, C.pWnU.B.Mb.chy. 



Red Bluffi, 

. ; r(ji.rilcu|.,r.liniulreiiHheOiaeooftkoCoo)B«tf > 



COLEIHAN'S LINE, . 

SAH FRAHCISCO TO HEW YOEX. 

^gu HAVING ESTABLISHED A LIKE j£t 

CLIPPER SHIPS, 

To jail reeolirly from Snn Frnneiseo to Now tori, tie 
ere prepared lo oler unnsuel facililles to 

Shippers of California Piodnce. 

Goods from tho Int. 

received end f 

ADVANCES m 1. 11 1' 



HUCKS & LAMBERT'S 

CELEBRATED PATENT 

H & L AXLE-GREASE. 

_■». ta^.xax>* 

THE SDBSCRTBERS HAVE THE PLEASfJRE OB" 

aooouccinc to their nuraorous Patrons and Frisudj, 

thai they have boon bunored by tho Committee 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE 

First Premium 
UNRIVALED JLXLE-GREASE. 

S. F. BAT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 

Have Awarded them their 

First-class X*jt*ize 



thus distinguished, it is with creator pride they slate. 
Iho fact that (n,..l,ii ':,,'.■.! iin. 1 Vi!rvh.-;![jiii'- 

::.ii-n ■ iTii ;■: E-.-i. spuming, their title| r 

Iho demand for their NOW POPULAR 

H A Ij AXLE-GREASE 
HAS JIORE THAS DOUBLED DURING THB 

PRESENT SEASON. 
And whilst tho Manufacturers offer their jralefol thanr* 

"a.A.i,T.jFOjrs.isri:A protjtjce™ 

bog to soy thetuc luiwUlboq irodbi futun 
to sustain Iho 

WIDE-SPREAD REPUTATION 

their material has acquired, of being 

THE BEST AND CHEAPEST 

Lubricating Medium 

FOR WHEEL-CARRIAGES, ETC, 
01-ev jntrodnced into California I 

UUCHS c- lilMUKIIT, 



P. J. DEVINE & BRO., 
PREMIUM 

Martole *WorlU9 f 

K street, between Sixth and Sevenlli streets, 
8ACHAMBNT0. 

Scnlprnre, Bn.u, Blame., Monnmonn, Tombs"* 



Orders from Hie CountTj- promptly alleaiH lo. 

H- 1 *:— P-J-D.±Brg,hwB«eelwdDlpl<.ii>njs 
Medals ot the jovoral State Vtia and fro ec 
Mechnnlcs' Institute! 



Pnxohaaed at tho Highest Markat Eal«- 



0-t\.r,t3FOIlTTIA. FA-HIurElB- 
Liat of AgontB. 

Poit-offlc^" and tbofflonev nillMiiie dii**' I 



[Oon SciD^t 
:-:n !orati!n 






CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER S3, 1861^ 




NUMBER 9- 



Catching Flena 

or iho " 

oyed by these 

ant practice Is lo prcsi 

(n( ., and sbylock-Uke 

■en esteemed 



dy litl 



uoue"perhup. quite ns serpentine as 


Hoot Crops for 








following [titer. Wo are g 




nltenliofl ia being paid to H 




some of our Formers; nod 




nod discredit of many who 






tick. TbiB gave the Tine a little bet- 










easily nnd cheaply. And 


ess yet not mote thou one-half rando 


their loss and discredit lha 


re dead Ibe owl winter Some that 


obliged to /miiort Bailer b; 


nod made pretty fair shoots, were 


kinds every sicomet In the 


it winter to be mouldy below the 








log;, and they knew about c 



it four 



mjoln' 



ruary and March the oeit year (leOtt) I 
| replanted by digging boles in the missing plncea 
loog nndonc and a- half deep. In the en 
ioIo a good cutting Has placed, the Ion 
^Eads ol each cutting firmly covered ivith sorlai 

1 fcgelber io a line of the row, nod the boles filled, 
log being thus bent Is not In danger of 
nred by the plow. They nearly nil llrcd, 
i the same cultivation thot one in a place 



stack would provide for them, nnd fur whit 
could receive the thousands of gold that 
leaving oor Slate to pay rbr/orrijn Jluiur. 
Tbo Sugar-Beel would produce from 30 
tuns per acre; the Turnip 111 to 30 tuns [I! 

says In uses, the IntporltS Seed because bo knows 
[t ii-jtlin nuffcwf, while there is great risk 
the seed raised hirt of tbeir being miied nnd 
worthless. Too much pains cannot bo given in 
order to got/inrr and good Slid, tine pound, true 
sb, and pure, nnd fully matured, 
nty pounds of no ordinary kind 






;t(wl 



was Inst i ■„■ 


ntcr tome thousands oflnrge 






by removing one of these f 




hill la wbi 
not equal t 


h both had lived, and at a 
onc-siitb of what 1 could 


eipem 
avc sok 



enp seeds m 



■ liL-ltcr 



a thn 



cry great mistake in 
Farmer to suppose ho can raise all his seeds, 
requires great knowledge nnd skill to grow n 
mature Seeds for Garden or Geld. 11 renni 
mony years' study and as many more experience 
understand the science of seeding. More be 

EMtOH PiEMsa: Oan you tell me tbn rem 



Tha Nonpnroll Whnnt— Good "Hold. 

We have received several reports and some sam- 
ples ol tbn Nonpareil (n Jlrow-brald wheal) which 
we tent out last spring to our subscribers. The 
following letter from our correspondent at Lowct 
Lake tells of n yield of nine poandi for one miner, 
nnd planted in Mnrcb. We venture the asser- 
tion tbat if it had been planted In December thi 
yield would hnio been nearly dsvblt. It was ,la 
late lo expect the half the return given. 

Oor correspondent will find a comedy for Bllnd- 

Volumo XV of the Fmiueu. We recommend it! 
trial ; it will ho found o mentions, 

Ed. Finnan: t planted about ono ounce of the 
Sonpnrell Wheal neat the end of JIarcb last j 
did nut cdhiu up well, but after getting 
start, grew finely and bended well. The bends 
were long nnd handsome, hut 1 think rather loose, 
which ml^ht base been canned hy Into planting. 

1 cut it green, as Iho birds and squirrels wt 
destroying it. 1 thrashed out nine puuuds nnd 
rouronnces, and think 
until fully ripe, there would have been IwdTO 
pounds. The grab 



.1 1 will g 









n this locality were about mid- 



tan co to man 


r° 


yonrr 


end 


lib reliable 


By 


raeroyn 






ho would 


pu 


diote profits 


oi 


diet a 


R» 


lr confiding 


001 




as 


worthless va 


oil 






ntirely uegle 


otci 


In th 


.\n 






htbno 


Fr 


es ted with b 


ore 


,will 


ne 



to buy only from 

HIS" I'.iUlLtLili 



itahllshed, well-Qdvo: 
oyowo experience teaches 
li security Is. To check 

essfully, a kind nf moral police, ex. 

i flu once tbrnugh thru ugh the page! 

ii, should be established. The con- 

uraercymnn would be approved, tbl 
:posed, nnd tbtoogl 



II.-, 1 luai 



ostly." 



Hopaul Barloy. 



Ed. F.in 



.. IC, II 



ids: I ban 

sample of Sepanl Barley, for thu pnrpose of di 
iug tbo atlcntlon of Farmers to this valnnbk 
qtliilllon of cereals, so far but little known lu 
State. As a forego plant, It is far superior Ic 
common Bnrley, from the absence- of beard, wl 
appendage is so obnoxious to tender hands, young 
cbiohaoj, and pigs. The straw is soft and 
Iritous, nnd Is eaten with avidity by stock 
great productiveness and early ripening; i 
being less objectionable if mined with Wheat 
It does not materially deteriorate the quality of 
Flour. Respectfully, 






os ted In 



alia' 



office and see the splendid samples : both a sheaf 
In the head, and a bag of the same, which art 
— correspondent 







nmed, and thus make a 


nr.kv 


strike" 




here can be no doubt of 












e's the t 


an, that 


will grow the plant, that 




ke the p 


wder, tl 


at will kill tha Fleas? 




KiiUr. 


-It tnoy 


not be generally known 


nllh 


basil 


of "Lyon 


a lingnctio Powder" for 








a, is a plont belonging io 






with th 


e common ux-cyed dais; 






meadows. This plant is of easy 


llnre 


and, a 


it Un 


native of tbe Caucasian 




ins, nbo 


t 0050 1 




a in 


a mean 


tempera 


ure of GS°, it would bo 


ry well adap 


ed lo the 


climate nf Cnlifnrnin. 




e are lb 




3 used for this purpose, 


-the Pyrethcum carncn 


oi, the P. roscom, nnd tho 




urcum. 


Tbevtb 


ivo well In Gennany.Hol- 


nrl, n 


nd Fran 




they hnvo been inlrn- 


uccd 


and or 


largelj 


cullivatcd. This plant 








propagated by layers, as 














.liL-IMli'iil tHlic.-in W'.isb- 






inteoding to distribute lo 












ved from its pres 


nee here are too obvious 
qunutityof tho herb laid 






i'i- ■■- 


Irr-riln 




■■] all ii 


welcome intruders, espe- 
















Is and sand? oi dliionim. 


I'll- 
hole 




- ■ 


-itu the dried Oowcr-hcnds. 
d. One hundred square 
d, produce 100 pounds of 










tuned 


in Itu.., 


a alone, 


ind twenty villages near 



Sprinkle a few grnii 



dead, which 
usually tho 
bout, pi .ch- 



ut watch him n few i 
before, and stop suddi 



He U 

ght worthy of 
, for real pi- 
Flen-Huuling 



'Want ef Sociability Among Farmers. 
TTe hear great coraplniuts nmnng the Farmer* 
ia our rural districts of the secluded life in which 
thoyllve for tho want of that good neighborly 
sociability to which they had been accustomed in 
tbeir "old homes." This Is, of nil others, tho last 
kind of complaints that should arise : nnd nil that 



o bring nl 



_J_^B 



i dollnrs and cents, 



of this higher life, will not 
winter to.pass away without tt 
lo establish each in their ow 
friendly family Visitings. 



a Grain Market. 

m I Improve every opportunity 

ir yoor benefit. England nnd 



it go. Wnuld it not 



confined, beyoud which thoy c, 



l If growi 



on, nnd tl 
opinion « 

in: i;r..i:i 



end n part of 
a time. Let Farmers con- 

itioo. and bo governed by 
then act wisely and well, 
lo again, it Is hrtter tn keep 
md thus relieve the country 



... ii [1.....I ,..,i ,,.[■ 1j". : .id- 






22= 

California Jot". 

IBB IOT1»H0L0Sy'0P CAMTOEHIt 

xr~K. 



THE OAL IFOBNIA F A B ME B, 



narknblc 

r[mrn:ai 
gar- pint 


one. M 
DiYitta ( 
with lb 


Ware oho 
o nliovc, n 


n( A* 


n> in n 


car (Sionry. 


i'uF 


r.-jl Hill 


;l lew .Ji.v. 

r, na a ppe- 



Ib ma Supply of Ptaat-Porf In ">° Bo11 
Inexbjwstlblc ? 

fW« select the folio-ring from the Irish Country 
cntleima's Ncwapupor nn.l Weekly A E-ricaUiir.il 
..viov ' M.hougb prepnred fortl.«"01° C° un - 
,. '• i. will' -uiT.lv us well to Culiforoiii in tho 



It is highly desirable ttiot phoiographers ■lipuli 

-Bttd, and d«tcd. Such sketches will olnoj 
II with illustrated journals nod Museum specu 

HoW TUB >"ETAt>4 TebhITOHV IXMMS FlDHT. 



J Ihe folloi 
LIoaL Kellogg. This eiorgetic offlccr, pro 



aovlng CDi 
,o found ii 



esllng 



hundred. — [Mm 



most BClflnHfle nr 
H day who bcliei 



iselessly cipended in the ones 
the soil— for the practice (nal 
>d's silence on the subject) la > 



Tba Cinnamon Crop in Ceylon, 
inuumon gnrdena In Ihe noigbbotooou of 
>, ollbougli for the most pnrt gone to decoy, 
Jess import to tlin whole scene fltingutatiy 
, agreeable aspect. Tin busbcj, Troro four 
el in bight, wilu their smooth, benutif u ] ( 
:cn leaves, resembling those of the bnj. 



My fro, 



:i. soil ii 



and s 



-■ -''■■ 

„ if thcycni 
thickness of a 



The 



'IT Ihe 

incrmost layer, nnd lojs tba 
rind, now reduced to lbs 
, iu the sun, "here ft atia 

in which the peeling of the 





It. ilauaere a 










of [he late i :,.,,.„[ 


lags of the So 


i Antonio and S.. n Diego 



monurial application ton (ehem 


■ illii 










iititj ol iVriilinng mailer than is 


nccea- 


wonly crops. TbJsVonU "n.,™ 


o'Tho 










egetnble mechanisms enabled I 




iu contact with every particle 


of the 


rou Fesde Posts.— It Is sold I 




Tienl makes a bnrd ond dumbl 




b fiaiseed oil, for woodwork on 










twltb 



is there for ell time, 



depth they arc to Bland In the grouo^nTght'u 



Qboho 




1 WBdtl 






o Ihe Government. They arc cared 1* 














oney. 


Tbo Government pay for bay deli'"* 1 








'. Ilur.,,,; i.',.,, , | t 'lV'rl 1 !,Ul.'-''-' 

irtlw cannot purche-ao them »t l«» *» 


rlvnte 






IIesby 


SlKinns bB3 made n contract with "' 




"rit of l.'blle, In wliirltliL-.Lu-^Liln'-' 113 - 




^-llj.:, I ;Li..,,,L[|.|.-.i[,n.,-„ H :l llr'.-."ll" ''". 








; bat Ibauld Iho Govern men I wl«b *' 




plcled in three years, bo is to hate** 




1 fum of $£|]D,oao. 


Ctu 


Hl-hbdg.— The Memphis ATal«neh«^ 



The United States eteamer Stnlo of GW 
*.*'A""*«» ° r L " ' oli " »""' P 1 ""'-' "'!.. 



:e what 



beoii dls core rod. 

Tub Second Regiment Wow IIiimr. = tiiri< V..l" n ' 
l-.'l, ha. ,, rl i i, llmL . ,„,„,_, 1|>,ml M....I..H ol'll.. \--\ 
payment. Didicnll to put a gcnulao You» H 
where be cant't jjnn up a little something- 



T^TCALIFO R IsflATjP .^JRMEJi . 




61 



Bhe«fo">. •copied' 't« appointment ' 

K *Wd the country , rroo dln«alUbe,>li 

!63ioI>'ip»« of tbewsrJd"; and thu«, 

; ,.bn!f. he plentifully f"^ 

- tsuffic 



r..!-. : Jln 



tudie-j;for, yo 





lalt("u»8't«n | 'l | J r i 


6 








.■■ 


^*i " V'V»inioo P ge 


1 


ond 00 UitM! tfnUV 




















sofody'qolelea. The 


lug ■»■ - - ' 


ihr Jun-.ji of Madame I 



the vw»cl« lb i 
o.irebj wo raootbs, as I bad i« *•••' 



lb * . : . 1. 


Tbrto oc fnor hu 


dud piece! 














■ 


cbooce to ptoto lb 


might mel 


fa. "Then 


b b Vi!"'b°B'i'bo«° 






bod drttwo tbfio ( 






compounds l«d I 


guu to melt 




ic, I wat Hill mors 


■,■.. iraged n 




white tnaiocl upoi 














i peisetercd 








BBfiuttlplyiti 


■im-.II,. ,obj«l 




BfeclioD of two. "bom boOor.cu 










id n ■ b"c i 


o faith 10 follow tb 












Dad borolog tbctn. his «i 


■ ■--■■ 


nless ; big ttlghba 






be bud walked Ibi 


dark and a 


uooj path— tb 


ee of Ibent without any encou 



HARDWARE, MINING, AND 
AGRICULTURAL 

I MPLB31ENTS. 

^\^V Harrows, 
Reapers, 
Mowers, 
Thrashers, 

Grain and Tlonr Saoks, Baling-Bope, 
Powder, Oakum, 

Shot, Tar. 

-Fbm, ra^. 

Cordage, Bonn, 

Marline, Blocks, Oars. 




FRUITS, GRAIN. AND PRODUCE. 



PACIFIC 
FRUIT MARKET. 



a ARRANGEMENTS ARE HOW CON- 



THE VERANDA HOTEL, 

Coi-ncr Main and Cliurcli tt(H„ 
IONE CITY, 

AMADOR COUHW. 
TDK TJHDERsiflSED. P^J^muO- 
[!■ dSot "th" tTh *y wui' iob1io tboir ■t»T pleasant 



"lIl'l'LEY ri COI'TIN. 



ST. GEORGE 

HOTEL, 

On PourtH Street, 

Between J and H. §Ire«is, 

SACRA1IESTCI CITY. 



1 U ; pn.t.ibiUHea at this 



1 a} ok effect. There are 
j. nad, liken spirit post. 



Attention, Hay-Balers ! 

BALINC-ROPE. 

I O-T BF.CEIVED, EX SHIP "FEARLESS," nod other la) 



5 SUPEBlOIl EASTERN 

lol "*'°' ''°' "jor;J.'»".i 'lit:! 



Plant 3Early ! 
Seed ! Secil '■ Seed I Seed ! 

V A LAME AKD NEW ASSORTMENT .oon 
ltt.ll. 01USS, HERR, ASD VEGETABLE SEEDS 



WIDSTE! 

I CELLAR IS ADHITTEt) *j 

■ ,.i iv'l,,-'. i,.l f, cnp.t-lo i.fBj 



Warm Springs Hotel! 

Hear Ibo ml its I on San Jose, 

•a mUEd FROM OAKLAWD. 

DEADTIFUL PEACE OF RE- 



FRUIT 
Commission Dealers. 

3 jVt the undersigned having BEEN EN 

3SJS§I S.-1/.f O^ FRUITS 

For the part Foar Years, rajpaelfallj- solicit 



U\ :\ QUI 'ivil'l & '■ 
lloHlH.tlil.MOIIEiCC 

Mil P8LUSR, CUfGuii 



JUtHiEBLACKnlinN... 



Well Cleaned. GJ-rain I 

FAN MILLS !_FAN MILLS ! 

J. HEWLETT, lor U 



IVotice. 

rpHE cprAHTHEaamE uERCTOPoitF. i 

■ ■ limi'i.'l 1'jlUi .'. Ill i:: MAI! [I.-. i> hi r-V." .11— 'I. 

isaUSSff™ 1 ""' i» *; 

mr uKni:!ii!inNKi) wif.i. coh-riKin: 



i spilt up a. 



bim-clf 'I'll'! IMi*i«, midw Ibo leadership of 
Madam lMi;--v. """ c nl """ l0 =t">n.uer « 
Mnd'Bgnin jioor t'nlisij is broogbl lo_ tbc « 



glu. 



their Lame. Fafcwtth 
otcbed the bear" o?or t 
eoring this holocnast 

r.tcbiru:. Tlie lirit liour j.f 
' ,ird, urn) I'"'.- I'l'irt! 
ntherooylookott 



ool. It pniduillj burdens; it e ro« 
ttilB. Eurria .'—be bos found it ; it il 
lifnl, white nod polbbed; 



r, f..r 1 



crnsb ; D. inblc i 
.-.!-:■ a ' I. ..(, 
■ utuea them all. Al mil lit ' 

Sladiil.il- l'nli--v i- lt.mli.- i.l lir.t: ilnn, -,.!■. Il-.;1 -.J 

,i.l,i„ I.. in. In Iiii-I. "I. |,.i -1..1. "-..I i' ..ini. i.l 

„r liinir'-- [.'Jll'.il iIkiii.— .jin-nli.-oiril!, Tinrli.ip,'. 
.■1,-llit-r lb. i.i-ll lot will I'.- unvul'tli^hiidr.-.i it 
.CKtlf. At lent;!!] she riiibta nut uf t. 1 1 ■-■ ti ■ ->■ — -■ . 

I,„, I,,, ,J,.„ 1 ,[,-,,,ni.Hl,,>.i.liv..- ij.irniiiK ilioli.iii.-e. 
ini wbot were PuliMi-'s letli.ip, I wliu ,l...ll ■'...- 
"■'- agony of hi-- =|-iriiT II. s ■■=-- 



.« Pylb 



reptoacb; perbnps 
Filissy n-Mndrtot 
bb troubled ptnyer 
'■Hire mercy upon 
Consider nnd bear l 



«<.■-.■.! ; p t t 



t,l.) Lord, for I ....i in irjiibl.' 
«. l,..i mine cnetdics soy. Wt 
ndlbcy Ibatlroitbli 



with tbeir mouths, as D mvening 

All tbojrlhat>eemelnuBbmcloa_... „ 

out the lip; tbw Bftj, Aba I nhal I am pnured 



Sportsmeu ! 

3E > o-wclex' 



500 *«■ DLuiIde; tod Mining. 



55 ««. in tilD ei 




.|rMt,Be«rEMt,nnj!rIl.cflnn.n.n,-_^ ^ T ^ J0JJ & c0 ■ 

_^-H. TODD & CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



lUCfixiila Oortaage. 

250 ? 



CALIFORNIA WINE! 



,...!,<>■ .1...... 






..int.- f 



...li..,,.. 



o I had begt 

r the lu~t time to a gbus-fi 

ilb mo cBtrylnE mure tban 

f trial piecei, there was out anient; 

fl*lt bad beeu plated In the furnace, wbleb I. 
Erned (rat abilo and pollabcd in a way t 
made m« think 1 was 
tod I thought that, fr 



Rise wooden in what wiy he . 



OEINII I. 

II qoaotltiei, I Up 

Messrs. HOBBS, GHHIORE & Co, 

SAN FRANDISCO, 

lis Sole and Exclnnlve Ascntx 



LAWRENCE & HOUSEWORTH, 
No. (i;(i Clay Street, 



WISB taanofact 
VrtKii (and that thty com 



Union Hotel, Sonoma. 

.e-j*. EBENDARDTt GLASSES, HiVISQ 
9 porohasod Ibo C8I0H UOTEL, r,f the lalo pro- 

SPERRVS HOTEL. 

Miirpliy|s Oaanp. 

M the com si"i >"■!'? pnsr-i'nooFBunD- 
ISH, IMtlv ,:r^.:t t J 1.. tlio .-ub=„rib=rf, M Mur- 

n-r 111!', o'"-r l-'.|i- ■".-. ■:!.!■ l.-l. . ".n-l l.irrit' vL-ilint tljo 
'■II [i i HILLi," ut ■'linn [.■..in. .il L-urmsitles in Ibo II- 



'■. u'li hi' ■:■' '■'.' I -nil !""■ '■'■ I"-!--, fttd Iba Urdor 
^',:!'!','r'ti-.. '.'.i'i'i'-i "r'r d-iily fur iMfboluinno Hill, 



SPF.RBT ,i PERRY. 



PRESTON'S PLACE 

Tomales Bay, Marin Co. 

„„ I lVISn TO INFORM SIT ERIESDS AND 



that tho douiand for 



SEED, PLANTS. ETC. 

To Hie Seed Trade 

J. M. THORBURN & CO. 

15 Jolan street. 
NEW YOEE, 

*?T> VEGETABLE, ^S 

Flower, Field, Frttit, 

TEEB SEEDS, 

.,,!■ ;. i'.'i', ,.'.'i"(. ,''.'.■ i.', !,M.,'u. 1 |'i''j,i;,-m?...'i.'t:.'ivii..i.V^',u.i: 
Flrst-Olass Seeds. 



.^Vu I , ,i"rv' ,:, <i7i , .' 1 i'"? l iVi'v l ''V.] - l s-ru J .'\Vni L -i "^ii'.';--^.''!!!, 1 -! 

Fi f hin,,nutiiini.-,i : ,ii i '' ,!i ; i , : ! " r i - ;; i L , ; l i |'. , :" l ,'^l ! h C T ' , ;;| 

!,",-,.'."■.,'' I.'.im' 1 '!!", ii,'."i" , V , „,,.ll,..M<.Ti.|'cl.Jr h ro. Thd 
!'.',',' i 1 i'. ; ,'.'| , ." 1 '.''-".,-. c r"i l c....! L r...„i! !l,r.iu.>-i :!t.,ol-:Bi.it 
, .urn, y ^ li .-.ill ho a |,loaauro to endeavor to mako 

"jl" ''"" *' R- J- PRESTOS. 



XTSSXOJS HOUSE ! 

Comer of Main ani Center streets, 
MOKEriTTTMIINTE: 13)11.1.1 

Henry Atwoodj Proprietor, 

.-., THTSSPLEMUD THREE-STORY STOKE 
T Hull-tin i, lc.it . - ui.-l:n.ir.l^.l t -o'J!cfluol,lfnol «uiw- 
I tlar, la the be.t llutols Id the .MoanlalnB. hu 
I bean thoiou B hly ituotntod and E"»tlj Ira- 

SF1END1D BILHAHB TiVBLE ADDED. 

The Dlnloe-room Ha. bom dliltlcd lato |a Fatnllr 

,„,!,. ..,...,„ „ol li. ...or.,,, 1 I-..I, l.iil-lMii!,,-!. ,l,J 
,...!lv, ^.l.l.-i.-.. tills luit.i li-.|. Tl.c- f.Tiii,.! .ill l-jt-r 



in. 1 1 furnished, and ■■•■ M J acconuno- 
?T™»'nd doj.art from tho "UHIOS," 



OLD, BILVEH, AND STEEL 
Speotaoles, 

'lib tho belt quality of Qlnoiu, and Ibo ealebo 
BRAZIL I AN PEBBLES. 

fHinrliuiara, Dmwlna; In.lramraU 

STEHEUSL'fU'ES AXIi ViKWS, ETC. 

Pocket-knives, Eazors, SoUsors, &o., 

- GLASSES OtiM to Fraiacj. ood REPAIRS 



Agricultural Implements ! 

OF ALL KINDS, 

—AT THE— 

Lowest City Prices 
"Wholesale and. Heta.il 
J. I>. ARTHUR & SON, 



-VVlne Cellars, 

Soarly oppoillo tho Railroad Depot, 

i»tj:r.:e winesi 

COSBISTISO OF 

Port, Angelica, and White Wines 

ALL TVARItsNTKl' Tn 111! THE PURE 
JUIOE OF THE OHM'S, 

up io ihinplng paekacun o 



Tlie I^laza Stable, 

DQWNIEVILLE. 
RETICKER & MORRISON. 



ally boaollful, I set tny- 



BUY ALL YOUR 
J E ^T E L R Y 

OF 

TUCKER ! 



1000 Acres of Land, 

130 COWS, 

A Good Milk and Dairy Business, 

Par Sale at a Great Bargain. 

ASPLENIiJIH'lT'.Ulll.m' IS NOW OFFERED 

'.'!'."' ■",!■' r' ' Vv.' ./ 'J r . a t ): ■ ' "■- i". .1 n ^\- " i'r. 1 ' 1 1 1 ' ■ ' 1'l.rr tl',- 

uUuu'citj.'iltr.ln Qe'o mile... 'tIiu.o I; l"in nL -rf ,:.v 

ii'l |"'n ..1,.,'r ViiW.- I'T '■-'. ■■■i.-ti, !■■.:■ li.cr t.ilh Er 
Inean.l n..il..T li.r l-.:.llr,.: .-i-.-K, i.'.i.- .:-!».,■ ,-.■. Ilui- 

.,.nti.,rt,.i, '.'m', I' 1-1., -i'i. vnluc.l ,.1 SIHil 

.HI i i-, .,.■.,!■ «lll ,:-. to Ibopurcliasorn" 1 """ 



GAEBENEMBME FOR SALE. 






ti. -«ay ONE-THIRD 



BUY ALL YOUR 

COLD ORNAMENTS 

OF 

T U O K IS R ! 



1 the. Eastern |r,rti...M -t" t'al.i.'o 
ilo- .till l.n "|,.iroJ li m.tko their !< 



DOWNIE HOTEL, 
South End of Durgan Bridge, 

Nevada street, nownieville. 

W. M. DOWNEY, Proprietor. 



1 Tho Hotel baj jait been painted, pamrwl, an* 

:,■.!. |-...iii.|. i.. I-.|. ml ,i hi mo iimaHr .-f 

,.|,,|.„,,^ ,.,.i.h.,.;iii., it.-ll lurui-b.-.l aod vomllatod. 

RfiDUCTlOS OF PRICES.- 



XJSTi 



Jebb's Patent Churn. 






•c L-liun. lliui Ij Eiild dlp; 5 lnj, Tasj unl/ ocad Io 



6S 



THE GA-L IP O -R NIA F A. E MER^_ 



ffijri felifeira |aw. 




H "rt=re" .^otter^lmblo SUBk oatiri worthy ■f«Ul 

,: „,,, __ 

ij Durham cr.d Dmm Catilt, Blood Dona, Ltw 

!•: icr and CqUohU Stop, Amoiam Eva ail Jamil, 

U and »/*«• Stott, /or m&. Bti aSnrlUmtnU w tfr 

I ^JBl'oI CiJuma. 



/er (Mr G« 
bCEt chance 



Ten Reaaoos why every Former and Stook- 
Balaei Shoaia talio tho California Farmer. 

lit Eteet Farmer and Stock-wiser should bo fl 
reader o! the Journal connate! villi t h r nitcr- 
Mla orbis own profession ia bis or.-nijt.iic. 

Id. Every socb person should give his unction 
and support, generous!;- and vulunt irilv, i- i 
Journal that advances bis own particular ousi- 



<tb. So per: 
on bo wil 

6th. The Fan 



Thanksgiving. 
H has been appointed by our Chief 
11 day of rAonf'j.n»J to God for 
ies no enjoy, of Harvest and Home, 
it- iminy blessing). 
d "Sew England" Thanksgiving is 
the day of "rem t turkeys," "plum. 

"mines pica;" the day of social 
jnd the family board, where wbolo 
reals and children, grand-parents 
dron, meet and arc ranile happy. A 
•node more glorious by the bloss- 
nl of these social gatherings. 

the day coold bo forever perpetu- 



■nly-fiyoyw 



ago! 



iiid people have changed, 
igrd. This day, though 
kept olive, is not kepi as it should he, and sadl 
■glcctcd the present year, even in So 
England, the Homo and Birthplace of this glorioi 
day. 

Thanksgiving Day in the Old Slates was tl 
day of all others when the family-circle, as Ibey 
id ihehonntoontly prepared "feast,' 1 



would bo seen, and bless 


d wore those families 


ntc wh 


se circle death ha 


inotcomolhatycarl 


Alas 


this year how many wiU bo called to 




vacant seats," made so by tho calamity of 


lie pr. 


out war. How 


asny hearts will bleed 


afresh n. 


they come togetb 


er and see Ihc "vacant 


chair," 


of fathers and 


rolhers fallen on the 


battle -Geld, or perhaps n 


w prisoners of war, or 




, sick, or dying. 






uc horrors of ihii 






Sew England one 


all tho "Old Stales" on 


Thank g 


ring Day. Bow 


terrible tho changes 


made i 


our country's F 


me, Prosperity, Glory, 



Napa County Farms. 

ri.li counlv, and 1ms rich lands nn 
, In our lale hurried trip thither t 



o data of the Grain 
lercsl. Beside loos 






mp, ■ 
oyards of Mr 



last number, we culled 

iliner and Dr. Southwell ; both good vineyards 
and fiao locations; regretted the absence of the 
proprietors. Al Brown's Valley, Mr. Amcsl par* 
Mr.V 



.e farm, as ItisoMi 

,d to Messrs. Sigrlsts Broth. 

a Boo grai 






irm ; Mr. Jlansficid a •> 
ren'sire grain ranch; Ihenco to Mr. J. Reel 
Norton's, and Mr. Lntsoo's. This entira i 
fnllofeitensiva and practical f» r mora ; b 
tho hour of twilight, wo had to forego t 
the investigation wo had desired. Higher 
Gov. Boggs, 



■ery e: 



valley is 1 

yet on thi 
Wheat. 

fine grain 



c grain farm, and orchard full of fru 
rees. This farm has about 3000 sacl 
rm of A. G Boggs, near by, a got 
I 3000 sacks Wheal. E. Randall, 
arm, 90 acres, yielding 1700 to IS< 
t. planted too late. The Wheat wi 



sacks Wbt 

admirably cleaned. We noticed, loo, the envii 
of the Wheal straw, stacking the same. This 
wisdom ; thoso who burn their straw regret t 
same before the winter is over. Mr. Thomas 
Hopper's Slock farm. Here was a fino show 
brood mares, and also some young blood stock of 
ihc Chenlcm and other choice blood. Wo saw 
somo young colts which were perfect pictni 
From this on all tho roads the valley is full 
fine Farms. Several splendid Farms of 
family of Hoggs, )!r. Fisher, Mr. Clarke, an. 
host of the real live working Farmers, and mi 

Snpa Valley is, indeed, a veay beautiful s[ 



very highest degree of Prosperity nud Happinef 
at Home, and of Honor and Glory abroad, lo tti 
most deplorable position ever befallen humn 
hcingj— that of Civil War. A war among lb 
people ofcoe nalion, 000 language, one religion 
r. rebellion and an insurrection in the Family 
Household. 

When and where it shall end God alone knows, 
but while we gather at the festive board tho pre- 
sent year fa Ihii Slatt, how ought wc feel and act 
in this State. Enjoying as wc do, the very highest 
degree of Prosperity, and being almost beyond tho 
reach uf this desolating war. If there is ooa 



r country more 
snkfal to God f 



pceinl privilege; 



bo belter advised of ibo markets 



roast* FiEura contains tho 
neb of Agricollural science. 



9th. The Ciiifi 



ociSc Coast that 
tor and PrapritttB 



ro "Scratch oil." It Is io type, and will paj 
nreful perusal. Wc hope our correspond- 

contlDue to icrafafc ontil all the errors t< 
io alladei are eradicated, and In their plno 
slags 1 mil toted, 
eugth of our Sierra Valley cummnoicallo 



(i lit Thanksgiving. 

inkegivingDay. Now among the i 
subscribers there are many lo ' 
Ent cafnylinaitl that will help us I 



in Ibis day, that Stale is California ; 

lurmrs of ibis war and its blighting effect opoa 

lur golden land. 

Hon- thankful, then, ought wo as a people to be; 
io".v ought we to remember those who have 
suffered and ore suffering; and bow ought we to 
•emember anil care for the poor anil destitute in 

bo nllied who nre far away, and noiv "under tho 
cloud" that darkens al 
"Thanksgiving Day" 

lament for Ihc darkness that now overshadow: 
Dur land, wo look forward with an eye of faith It 
the day near at hand when the darkness sbal 
pass away, when "wars shall cease," when blooi 
shall he no more shed in this fair land, when lb 
whole entire country shi 



1801 will be 



leFtag! Ther 



sfaal 



Stripes bo unfurled with 
new Thanksgiving Day be nppol 
family table, embracing our wbt 
Sontb, East, and West, the Alii 
all shall come to the feast, and bless God that 
■.mid nil ihe perils through which we have passci 
nc am now a Free, United, Happy, and Prospi 

God grant that wc may so enjoy the present 
year's Thanksgiving Festlrnl as lo be prepared to 

Wo have described above, our Sational Redemp- 
tion and National P.eiinion, whose Thanksgiving 

u'Uiio-t Hijiirn il.ure to the itocky Mountains I 



ir-B e at— Beet-Sugar 



bad policy, for \ 
for Stack i 

vomed lor fo 
lesidooflht 



ir straw. This v 
and Burloy-slrni 



.ublic 



iponlt. Tuislin: 
"of California Ii 
io invited to risi 



if J. W. Tucker i Co., on 
blch will bo found to prove 
d, and to surpass nil former 
■r before attempted in this 
ho famous marble palaces 
"Tiffany': 



s in 



old S 



Medical Dopnrtrnent of the TJnlveralty or 
the Pacific. 
; regular course of lectures in this Institn. 

i this month. Tho class of students already 
nnmbors twenty, and it is probable that this num- 
,-ill ba considerably augmented during the, 
progress of tho course. 

Tho opening lecture was delivered by Dr. Henry 
[boons, tho uoivly -appointed Professor la the, 
inir of Materia Medics. He began by passing an. 
icomium on tho efforts of tho members of the 
culty who hadfoundod litis institution, and which 
:spilo the severe and uncalled for apposition that 
id been brought lo bear against it by certain 
embers of tho Medical Profession here, bad over 
intinucd to live and flourish. Ho staled that ho 



will pre: 



the wbolo interior of lb 
rich mahogany side cases 
work and mouldiogs of ii 



iihed with carved 



ned with royal purp 
jld relief. Mirrors inl 

and stylo as reflect 



spended, 
,-o relief. 



proud tc 



Ong tb B 
if the. 



e of t 



taught by the Greek and ituman 

oduciory 
la of the 



which ii 
Pbysiciai 

In tho evening, ihere was a puhl 
lecture, delivered by Dr. L. C. Li 

(I. S. Navy, and recent! ' 

ftiip ..|" I'bysiology in I 

tencd to by a full nudiuuee, mm teg* 

ihe iniiifii'jry effort of Professor Lane 



,s School. This 



1 if taken 



■■ri-.l ii 



well for a 
lecturer upon '. 
Wo will taki 

struck ui as highly eloi|i> 

speaking of the iriinnii.iii 

govern animal life, be sai. 

"The principles 6f I'liy^i 



Liberty of maki 

VSii 



,r l".|.lu 



1 should tl, 



The Snlphur Springs, Napa. 
While among the Farmers in this re, 
ntly, we enjoyed a ride in the saddle 
e wild and beautiful scenery that surrou 
erhangs Ihe mail ilmt lead's through til 

tap. Even at this seas, 

irehed a 



i the Sulphur 



glor: 



; Ihe gin: 



ill" f-liage 1 



b their yellow foam i 



.lid ..■1..IU1C.1. A few yea 



Elysiou bow. 
Will be eujoy 

lftiimiiwil.il. 



i barpe, while tho gurgling 



Triumph in Sllve 






in city. This firm keep eleveu me 
wnrk, aud it should be the pride of 
give their preference to Catt/ornin-i 

: hope every family in the Slate when 

t/oi-and iuy onJji Home-made ware. Pure!) 
n visit tho manufactory and give their ordv 
to Tudur't in his magnificent uew store, 
II be opened in a few days, nud have thorn 



fur Ilium 



alar: 



io purpose of 

The thing 

nd proved a 

(tin; .Uricm, 

Innts. They 



fornla would undoubtedly product iIifsc pin 
in great perfection. There has been difficulty 
effecting graonlailoo ; but thorough chemists hi 
made discoveries by which this is easily effect 
We should have grcaj confidence in an effort 
supply California with sirup anil sugar from 
African and Chinese canes, but none from 
beet — [Oregon Farmer. 
Not so fast neighbor; tho Chinese Sugar-Cano 
Imphao will do very well, and will ui 
doubtedly be extensively oollivated for Sugar ai 



nan-osl of the prei 



Printer, tkolliniitcr, i 
-srould be free of debt 
■re generally tho last paid. 



gatheriog tho bo 
rear, would den) 
aaksgiving Dlnn 



Jmcmbernbot I 
swilbihotnoar 



esire by others. 
<an can enjoy bis "Thank 
he can say, I've pnid tl 
id tho Doctor, for then I 






i 



trials 
DOwIedgo, but when 
It baa been successfully 



n the F.n 



yon 



and niillioi 



o United States. 



he immense cost or this war, is not foil ' 
uotry ; treasure only changes hands ; the in 
i coat of all tho forage, arms, ninmuoltlo: 
i, clothing, iransporlion ; all Ihls is paid f. 



\nd Manufacture 


s, and this again 


lovcrnmonl — It o 


nly changes hands. 


his while Gold I 


increasing all ov 


in a greater ra 


o than ever bofor 


arts are beyond 


that of any forme 




iports in 1801 etc 


y amount by ne 


rly one nundrrdmit, 


while our impor 


swill fall short of 






forty oud fifty i, 



spen 



raised. 

Wo look forward lo hut a link, lime hem 
we shall have largo manufactories for ibo i 
log of the Sugar from the Beet-Hoot, and 
Saving of one-half the cost Of the Sugai n 
ported into our Stale. 






if the- 






importance to nen 
t House-keeping, it is much cheapei 
buy Silver tumblers 'or goblets, thai 
y glass-ware. Any person thai will niaki 
(perimont will find it much more ecooomicnl 
y Silver than Glass. The amount of I 
lers in a family would buy Silver one. 
in a term of ten years ; lor sis finegobh 
lughl for S15 lo $100, and the inter 
mm is broken many limes in a year, 
Ivor ones last a life time, and then are 
it the original coal. 

e pnbli 



c k Co., 


heir best encour 
or what they h 


agemeut to 


California 


Silver-ware o 




hip at pn 


es even below 




e, and for 


belter In style, 


ii. 1 ,|U:ilill 



iis left his i. 



o Ihcclosoof the year 1901, nod it is 

ictunl gain of four hundred millions or dollars. 

By tho reports of all the Banks, at the closo of 
this year U wi || bc founJ , h „, L1][ . Vnilt ,j ^^ 
will hold lo speeio an amount Ihnl will control 
the oicbnnges of the world, and will bo vastly 
greater than ever known before. 

Fish Tcasiir.— We received from J. U. Patterson, 

raised hy him,— ihe largo white Russian. Oms 

::jm[ilt- ...„,! ^■,i,.| ll .,| .[, liounili!. y,\ lri „,[ j, nl . 
10 In ('(-.■IN I. !l,i, B , lk„b lir,,-, ..,,,.., „„,|' 1: ." 



Losa of Cnttlo, Bhoop, Eta 
Ws hear of losses of large . t uantllles of cattle li 
nrious ports of our Statu hy oclual starvation 
.nd many by eiposuro. Wc are not surprised a 
bis, fur wc have scon largo herds of common cat 
a vestige of feed 
to hovo knocked 
on the head. Bow much hotter would it bo 
ich owners to sell thousands of such caltlo 
for a irlflc, and havo Ihem belter cared for, 
sell thousands or their noresof land (uso- 
" them), no d thco improve and cultivate bun- 
few dostons of good 



opo tho Land of Gold will prove true lo our 
n, and show its faith and dovollon by a llb- 
luhscriptlon. Wo uro glnd a public meeting 



when It would bavo b 



rich instead of poor as they now are, with their 
largo herds of stock aod extended farms. We 
havo lately had evidences of what the result has 
been lo those farmers who desire lo "own all out 
doors," and have tho largest farms, and tho most 
cHodsIvo herds and Hocks in tho State; tho con- 
"eqneaco has been 



belltr ! 



?n roin lo ihom and great inlnrv 

with thorn. We hope to hear a 

■He farm well tilled." 



tleutioo to the 
nckwardin so 
ho "loaves and 
biding faith in 


subject. Starr King w 
l It not be said that o 
oblo a cause. Let it 
m of the Golden Stat 
ishes" gathered bv fat 
self iu a solid le'stim 

ibo Union. 


U address 
r Slate Is 
ol bo said 
is all for 

llhil ■-■! i" 


Wisjl Mis 

tenn.Gtm 

be material 


nge 


crpKtxii,— Wo spont a 
tho largo Wino Maau 
rftCo., of this city. W 
ichinory, wnrehousc, n 


■cry plw- 
factory of 
found all 
Ino-cellor, 



I well B! 



a ibo 



part of tho enterprising lirrn for n successfal 
busioess. One thing Is certain, what they d" 
they do well and faithfully, they have now on 
good Wino as aoy house, ana 



c determined t( 



good Wino that shall s 



and fa 



e for 



.: warehouse, of which w* 



"THE CALfFOENi^JSlB: 



69 



STATU SUMMARY. 

I Tbe attache, of «"• CjllolB H -"' 1 ot E " F T" 
,;,-., nibKrib.dStfl.OH" | u thaNulianalLc.no; thole 

A hear? haul "" rosde b * ""'"' Da °E"° * C °" 



Tho FiQODBr Temperooco Laborer. 

It It with great pletunro «« B'™ our "° 
.a- follow** 1«»" (fDn > flur hl " bl3r "'" 
friend, the Rot. I. 3. Diebl, whom tre arc i S'» 
appointed U. S. Consul to B»tl 
willfiHwitb honor to hiacout 



jhlnstaut, wbca iney caught V'"* 1 lalmon-maitloi 

ilnl^m-li of 6ii. 
■ Tub triil trip of "> Iiuto * lu,n " '" rfl " op 
Kid }«U]ola uJ Tuolumne rivers pro 



ibepnerf' 



fe^^S-v-»^™l* lb •" , "" ,,^ " ,, 

■ a « mi. * «p™> '» ,o b «" j £ ! b ° "r^ 

Ob winter. 1= Si.— «™.t. *■*** *™»™ h 



e r t,i ci 



Curson lo 'hat place, si-- " 

ny Inns 



i will III 



uelf. 



Tbil il one or too right kind of appointments, 
from which wo anticipate grent good to our coun- 
try, for with a self-Kctiucinp; spirit wo knovr lie 
rill labor fnilbfaliy lor tho Government in its 
,i E h.it and true.t interest.. W« njofci to 
■now he bos so kindly nod faithfully remembered 
,ur Suite Foe his Wod personal regards nod 
t" di to ourselves wo ore truly proud. W~ 
remember tho calamity that betel biro So the 11 
fmed lUamer that blow up, bj which bo lost 
imb nod 'uOored greatly. We know the outb. 

Laplander with bis reindeer. nflon .' m> letter will bo foond of interest to o 



SttawbTrry Valley-" Tb, 



Op Byroad between Sacramento nod Pels™ for .ho 
2U of October is reported to bo WUHWita 

ElMH 35. 

Toe reciment of Col. Bowia will bo foil by too lit of 
Jjtcecabor. All the companies of CoL Lippett'l regl- 

fcers »y SS. Col. Connor's regiment will bo filled on 
■o; before too 1st of December. 

A resident of Clear Late gives the following ai tho 
r :j ,.;,.,, „ f c b«« to Sao Francisco market, by 



To= («» beyond Preach ( 



Uy an tic lo.n I 
P6„ PiuKHCo and Sao Jo» Railroad is belt 
r „.Hlv ,. -,..L,:1 f-ntard. All iho aece^ry lie ■. ra, 



thoplocoofmynppol 



in Fjlbi 



■ lly l"V I 



aimwb.ro , 1 " 111 /-., *"?."„. , D ;; rk in C a .Jar between 

pl.cL being afteen ^'-^./^^^.'S'b 
man the »l.l. = or,,, ; n ^ Thi , L , unJt>u bte.U; iba 
':'■. I'. '°J,alo»t has oeeurcJ la Iha manolalai 

far many year.. The we.lber Is now dear. 
OJtrMW Edward Palmor, the pilot who wa. In otaW 

,r the ihip wio B »d b»™ * h ^ a '^ '" on K ' 

b "i ".'.TtTthat Senator Owln holds a ooomtolo" 



a BmoL 



peetl.o 



.Sf h " r T e?ia i g° T tbe V oaoani.U h u 
ilp^bl^Trnaki'ngVho'roads mast dHHenlt to 1 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 
SEWING MACHINES 

ARE ACKNOWLEDGED 

— TO BE — 

F-A-It SUPERIOR 
to All OtUers In Use. 



.., 'U.S. Consul. I 

...... SnC K S P . oew field and world „ mo, 

U, d'..l.r B « Wlbr.llrmjJ.l, lo mj oo.jl J, 

the inl^lion of lib.nUlvdijlriOolinB Iho Sf.dl 

,-.,;.,[,,,„... U.J J «"-' ["■-:."., ■»"•'»; 

' Cereal s. Fruits, nod Flowers ol Jota 




.-m.'ltml 



,,. i'.,i,-iit-OtTice. Asyoi 
r irB ut 



/^".'[tlrnu.l -of-".! ^ioroin, I .fart b. 

^r^'S'j^b IVs^asentiuelupo - 

„„. tothorauehly "'nn^l ■">'' ■» | -"""" 1 , 1 . 1 " 
B -orl,l .1«v.- l>»-« 11, "'."■>,<"..* «' inb.i.n:>..^. [■■■• 

l..„., ,!-■ , and ncur Hie center.. ml LiUj-i.tiu.. 

,,,- Mil,.:-.!,, ivitli Lit :■". '1 H'l..'- 1 "- 111 ' 

. In ihe poss^iion of the DulcL, tin. 
MmnvL.f.uful'-lc m h.J-^lf, «* "ell a 

!■ -i i -*?:;; i r::;; u ;;: ,f ;:/: , -,^ r ^Vg com 



HARDEN & FOLGER, 

PIONEER 

Steam Coffee and Spice Mills, 



1 ' &*E2i!m-w^rmmrmi2 
Old Government JAVA COFFEE, 

sfv' ov'!'t1m'! M-i) 5 'i'lii -Viii j'iv.t r.'nil-r. u...anl>claredbf 



^Vlialf'a Seed. 



IMPORTANT! 

,VB HAVE TO-DAY MAlli-~ A flIATERIAI. 

REDUCTION IN OUR PRICES 



SEED WAREHOUSE. 

(ESTABIIBHED Hi lBiO., 

S. W. MOORE, 

IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 
ALL K1HDS OF 

GARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT, 

Agricultural 

....ADD.... 

Ornamental Tree and Shrub 

SEEDS, 

SO. 110 C1UPORSU STBEET, 

SAN FRANCISCO, 



LEOTURE. 

MRS. FANNY GEBBN,^ 

,-,i i'''' i i J ;;; i ;^J\ l ; i |;';'|:;^il' u |';; E ;- , LLCTniL'" 

'r,lh..r'..H.."r^-- 1 ..ri1 ;.,.l ..r.|.T : Vir,i 

A FBEE IHTEODUCIOEY I.ECTDRE, 

Entitled 

The City of Golden Gates! 

^r^C^^Va! Ma£PJ ££S 

I do fallawad by a eomploto Conno of 
condIi'ion7nr''o"dVaoccd'in Arts, ond Civilir.MiL.«, I TWILVK LKUTIiKLS, entitled _ 

I nn d Religion, nbn.-.. «i..>i -■i.e id n^v: i,ut n...rc incarnations of Divine Truth; 

of thnt anon. 1 ,b-.ll I": v | l ( ;> | l ;" | ! ; 1 '-' ^j j iir ' v ;, l|r EuJ \,raclnc nal only tbt> Myth ..1<. er, Fnllo-iinhc, and 

ality, voulmve lorna ^"^^ ];1[(| ,„ ' S!:e lne | 1 ti>.'»n.nd obioet hera to ba shown li.thnt theReli- 

.llallr Iho Sana- 

"h 1 ! ,,"!■', Ii',"i;r' 




C O A.L OILS! 

Machinery Oils! 
CAMPHENE! 

....AND.... 

TXIRPE^STTI^TE ! 

STANFORD BROTHERS, 

California street, near Front, 



isible in spout. Rain commenced the following night 
Ibyi. On Wednesday Iho weather was fair, acd 



,. r r .. ' n.ili ' i I ''ti If ■ H' 'lii'i ■-<■'■■ """ hnrnrd 
f the VnioDisli. These acts of des 



Insure Your Property 

DANCERS OF FIRE! 

AND YOUR LIVES I 

PROVISION FOR YOUR FAMILIES, 
In Caac o, Your Dcallt. 

General Insurance Agency 

FIRE ana LIFE : 
BKELOW BROTHERS & FLINT, 

OFPIOE : 

Over Mcisrtt. Parrolt & Co.'s Dank, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Capital Represented, $8,229,000 

Iodic Insurance Co., K. Y Aesota 81,601,001 

iecurity Firo lusurnnco Co., K. T. " 000,001 

Hlngara ' " " 306,00' 

WftBliingloo " " "...-" M 0,M 



JIAS FOR SALE 
Alfalfa or Clille Clover, 
Hungarian GraeB, 

Kenluchy Blnc-gra>i§, 
Orchard Grass, 
Bed-top GraNM, 
Sainfoin Grass, 
English Eye-grasa, 
Timothy Grass, 
Bed Clover, 

White Dutch Clover, 
Crimson Clover, 
Lucerne, &c, So,, &o., &a. 

EVERY VARIETY OF 
BEET, CABBAGE, CARROT, 

CUCUMBER, LETTUCE, MELONS, 
OSIOtrS, EARLV; AND LATE PEAS, 
RADISH, TURNIP, TOMATO, 
BEASS, lie, fte., ic. 

Havana Tobacco Seed. 

COTTON SEED. 

GUANO from Johnson's Island. 

n.oiVER SEEDS (300 Varieties). 




LAMOT & COLLINS, 

Leaders and Introducers of 

FASHIONS 

FOR TT A TtS ! 

Corner 3d and J sis., 

EACHAMENTO. Htm 



i •> •• •• •• 290,000 

Park " " " "■■— " 280,000 

American Eichnogo " " " ^1 

Conn. Mntuitl Life InJurunco On., 

jfHortford, Conn 3,761,000 

E<juiUiblD Llfo Aaauronco Sool- 

!ly,S.Y H 



Total 






H.rlo: LETTF.HS OP CREDIT with Ham. ALBOP i 
:0., .iiJ WKLL3, PAltaO & CO.. ID Iho inuniat of 

ijj-OGjOOO IMontlily. 



•doritte nidden iraai 

111. been uh'Ddcd with a cold ». lh so,c„, - 

narts.Ka thln e lo be soici.,] at. T.,,:-];,) m'.re.ui; 
ics-a- !■■ ", I i,« ,.l,:,lL.,i. i-.--r.l- „f ..i.,,,.!;,,.: , to i,- r , t ,„l 
all Jay li... -II ,= !„,i 1,1, tv Ihroo^h t!,.: (uira, while- tho 
jL.bout.tbo bIoobj day, 



North Point Dock Warehouse. 



iUlij li atTarcd for ■lorlnj'Vfhent.Barloy, 

" AclVaiicos 

on approied erc^an "^^j^j. & CQ ^ 

Buy ^-1X Your 

SILVERWARE 

OP 

TUCKER! 



EVERY tlEsCIiil'TIIJS tif l:i!iL'Kiltll.E PEBSOda 

PBOPEHTY, ua lha tna.t rouoaablo lorail. by 

BIGELOW BE0THEES & ELTHT. 

EEFEEBNOEB : 
LoouHcLimieia Of Umin. WduvRsm fcC 

,■ .. i-i.-..,. .;.-,, oi .mo.™. Aliopic 

M.--,,., J H. C«rrol! fc Co *,-.,;:, :,■..„ t; 

■ " IVCt.lir, Eiq. ■ 



BULBS: 

■ti LIPS, HYACINTH'S, 



ad In endless variety, Imported direct fnim FnAS-aE 

2* ^ a " ve Cutifornia Evergrcun ^f 

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS, 

THE UNDERSIOHED, FROM HIS EXTESSIVE 
facilities and 

Large Stock of Every Variety of Seed, 

HEltClIANTS IK TUB TRADE, FARMERS, 

AND LARGE BASCR OWNERS, 

Who nlih to bo supplied In his lino. 

And would recommend that OtiDnna rott Sued bo lent 

UntECT to tho underlined, throoieh the Eiprosa or 
II, otberirlie parllel run .i HE AT RISK of beloi; 

Impoud upon, lo oasa their Orders should ba filled at 



KT The AgenU or Wells, Far*o 4 Co.'s Express an 
erohy authoriied to act at A«;«nls tor Iho undenlfnod 
i taking Orders for Seeds and receipting for tho some. 

B®" SEND FOE A CATALOGUE. 

S. "W- MOOUE, 

SEED WAREHOUSE, 
110 Californiti street, 
SAX FRANCISCO. 



THE OA.LIFOBSIA F A B M EJR. 










. 



,i;".':s,:,', Kar"'"" - «"' 



BUV ALL YOUR 

"Watches 

of 



NEW GRAIN SEPARATOR, 
Patented April OUt, 1SG1, 

oriboWImnlooioDUnicrinvoiilcJ. MoitoiA 

'"in. '.li'V, Itmluy, ;in .i „ u ,, 11le , r |m . ..,.- 

Tho Imponnnco at IMa Implant iu bo «md »l 
INOHEA8ED VALUE 

Well-Cleaned "Wheat 

to than mfflclont to omit Gmin-Gronoto 
TO PAY FOR A MACHINE. 

Uv fool, conlidoAt ibnt"!«ry Gioln-Qrowor 

^ ivii.i. UK uosviSujJD t..p TIlKtR VALUS 

"fPortuniiT l, ptaeoled [oi.nlben 
A. HUNTER, 
^i-JJ'» ART Hi™ * BON* Sm JW 

.1 KNiiv s ■sa.'jbS: *-^*-'».» 

J- l-KMM.V, ^uiinn 
21-3^" & HAMILTON. S| M kto Q » ni | 

Burnetii 






"tB e ~oXr.iiF OB'JsriX ^F 



i^EMER- 



MY ITEIOIIBOR OVER 1 

neighbor oror the way, 



'Sr^sS"™' 






I mlJ meel By nelr>bor 

W„,r HK.BT Dive Br.w.-B™ii in Ibo best, we 
Bud more than the rndimtnts of good qU'»l'tiL-s 
wbicb ought have been developed inlo a great 
J..1 m .,r(.- and in very mum- human bcioB* 

,,,' .,!.,. ini-lit luv, in-. ■!■,']■' ""I T 1 " 1 



MAIN & WINCHESTER 



Electricity as a Remedial Agent, 

DISEASES CURED 
Without llio Use of Mcdlcluesj 

AT THE - 

Electropatliic Institute, 




THE VEH-^XOiVT 

SEED-SOWER AND REVOLVING HARROW I 
FARMERS, ^TTE^TIO^T I 



Willi tbll m.chln., no. I*."" «» l e" "«»(« 

Seeding and HaJTOWto 



irformlhot 

at the same Time. 



M -Y™™l' '•;'"' I- 'i "■' '■;;'")«"?»»» inn imiam >»««• 

It IS SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION, STRONG, AND DU1»BLE, 

Haflnlnpno 



SiioF™ 



:-, Str-l. 1(1.1! 





iT" 




cre]y thai tbey 


.... 












Ill, l.nr 


' 


'■i!'">'iiji'i'ii''' 


been new Bclip 
h might have b 
o been food, n 


Id- 


ur.-d '. 




"•relebos wb 


m.nhi !,..--.-■ | 


ea 


jppj n n 


).,■■.< 


'• "l'""-'^^, 


gel;. Oh, the 


in- 








o thought of 1 




uriii b 




l-[Bnrd. 







FURNITURE! 

AND 

BEDDING! 



BAILEY'S PATENT 

COMBINED 

WASHING AND WRINGING 

MACHINE. 



imc. He must wait 



^ :Se9 S ^'IHHS i 



*? HARNESS, 

S acleLI.es, Bridloo 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 

SADDLE- WARE, &C. 

216 and 218 (Old So. 68} Battery street, 

Corner of Klcbmooa\ 

SAX FRAXCISCO. 
3ABJTESS of all tin Principal Maker, in tf>c United 
Btater. AIM, SOLE AOEHTS to Pacific Coelt, for 

HILL'S CONCORD HARNESS 

"Wholesale and Retail." 

FIRST PREMIUM O.WAHDBD "■'■''■ .' wl: 

,-m-ini '-.■■■■- ; ! ;-;';'; :'.":'; ■-■."."„'.' ,..:., i.: l. 









East India Tea Store. 

ESTABLISHED IN 1BS7. 

G31 Washington street, 

Nearix opposite Mafulre'i Opera Houro. 



Good St 


i r 


a Cojwhuitivisi— If lh 


ere is any 










* l".irl: 


;■.-.: 


lag Post, coniumptio 


iv"t^ n b H 










Fr 






















,.. ,,!■.„. 




a »(ande«" (d"«fO r 




.. . ..■!.. 


phii^l symptoms nf 


i:.-,i][,ij.i>iu 










„„-...:, 1 
















.,,,,. ,,[■ |i 


ir„ 




unary con- 


atspiion. 




ihii for yaar pockcl-b 


a wire bus 


\ Love 


ercn— At Kdinbargh 
















,g U a,l.,ily 






The obiKliaa to Bri 


































r-Ci 


illc which, atone u'd 




WD i,,'ll 1 111 


idt 


charges iIie gun. 




A diati 


bed divine, on ,-. ccrta 


a otefliion, 


















SUbj.,:! i 


■h 




J his hi). 


















ii„ 




ihOUf 1 - 


"' 








ooomicol eytl, out nn 


n star-bun l- 


ies « 


,i„ 


harm lots cuuld by oo 


■ possibility 




« 












'tadoiJradtd^iaoV'lfltsiaH! 1. .1 the £l«trop>lhle 



!:™';;,"C]!.'-)«iV'' J |!^i'.'." L.."i'':"'',^..n"uJiT^."t 
;;';';'!". i' : "v';'Vv"r'M,':d '.,':.) ■■'■ ',' '-:■■-- ■- '?■■■■<■ ■■■■■■■ 
,, i . ,, '„■.,!„ ... ,..;.■■■ - ■■■■■■■ '■;■ '■;; | , ;- | '■■'; 



SELLING, MARX & CO 

HAVE RE-OPENED TUB 

Extensive Furniture Warerooms, 

FORMERLY OCCUPIED D¥ 

j. G. CLARK &, Co.. 
Ho. 610 Waanington street, Up Btalie, 

OPPOSITE THE MARKET. 



= 1 




b5ardman7gray & Co. 

ALBANY, N. Y- 





GEO. »I- SMITH & CO. S^^Sli l^«\ 

SEALERS EXCLUSIVELY ZV 

Choice Green and Black TEAS 

OrCblnesa and JopoacH prodnelira; 

COFFEE, SUGAR, AND CHOCOLATE. 

hiLiiui. Ic'lKCtl to bo U 






PIONEER ^_ 

Riding Academy, 

LIVERY AND SALE STABLES 

Front! 




ELECANT ROSEWOOD CASES 

GrOOD AND^DURABLE. 
WARRANTED I 

j yon 

TIKQ F«L_ 

Very Low Wholesala Cash Rates 

i^U^'.;.-!- . ; '.'"( P '° '■r: : V J ««. ,r ^cfrt;?i 

i,, ;i ;i . , nJ Mr.isli. L.irso DiKuunU made to Udju 
IIUVKHS- 

ApplV 

All nnr Plana Fortu hat 

PATENT INSULATED IRON RIM 

inkiag them Iha beet «d_awit durable la tba Borld. 

SE1ID FOR_CIRCULARS. 

Perfect SatlHfUctlon Ciuaranteotl, 

or llie Money Refunded. 

BOARDMAN, GRAY & Co, 

MAMUFAOTBBERB, 

ALBANY, N. T. 






THE CATARACT 

Washing Machine 

AND WRINGER. 

Rubbing and Wrmging Done Away! 



MACUtXE 
IS 
REMASKASIE 

FOR THE 
FOLLO WIXO 

QUALITIES 

wnion it is 

tTED 
TO FOSS 



The British Reviews, 
Blackwood's Magazine. 

B I0HDOH 0.tJABTE'aLY iCaaiervative). 
E EDISBirEQH HEVrEW (WhlB). 
E HOSTH EBITISH REVIEW 0?rea Ohoicb), 
E WESTMIM6TBB BET1EW aiberall. 

IDD'S EDIHBITBaH UADAZIHE {Tory) 



!tASD?AOXIIBBS BEST OF FAJULY SUAl'S. ^^'^^j-^'^'J'j;,^^ 1 ',;;','. r „ ,.,„,- 



FIRST PREMIUffi AGAIN. 

BEISG THE 

SEVENTH TIME RECEIVED 

Against All Competitors. 

R. H. "VANCE, 

Comer of Montgomery and Sacramento Bts., 

BAN PBAHOISOO. 

Hirtn. ainln teealrod tbo FIEST PF.EJ1IDM 
ironled mho Slalo Fairtolbo BEST ASiBROTYPES 
:,.i I'llDT-JdRAEHS. 11 ft gaamnleoJ Ib-il nil »ho 

ir^prX«r« BfTto""" lB lh ° SU "°- I 
,. a'd tat lo my oatrooj that 1 am no- prodnnln| baltli 
,o* ibao ever, at morJi REDUCED P1UCE3, to con- 
form t-3 tho tlmea. 

ied hereafter bo to eeeond-ralo eiLabllibmeala ot 

" "tllaj riveo In tho art and Itoek fanilihei 

'."'";' \-l„.> nlirll , of Camera., tjlou. Platoa. 
and Cbemieali, 01 bond and ■"> 'b? «y, I iball 




PATENT RIGHTS FOR SALE 



A Forlone foe o Hecnnnlc. 
.e tto PATENT RIGHT M Hit' wlio^ PbcIiil. _ 

,t celebralAi lluiL-l'. IIAl-KAKi: 
CP. HILL >odPRE33ef lbs mottappiot 

No. L A New Rotary Subsoil Flow. 




BGE WASHJNG.fflACHlNE," 

IBWASUlNG-HACnrNE-WrnillEATEB 

lurid 1J. i--l .,r'p-,.i.lii,.--ll.iuio, can be bad at a 
■lo.byullblat thliOCee, "hero ll can Ire Hen. 



BTJ-ST -A.X.X, YOUB 

PEARLS 
T XJ O IC e: H ! 



cured » the loiUtotei 

ceBTIPICATf'J OP CUHEB: 

Bav Fmuictico, April 1Mb, IBM. 



U.-.L.— -ll.illy y,.jr.. | L 'l'> l'KI<Jil!.r.'.l... lr 



ajiTjTioisr. 



Ho. 2. A Cora Cultivator- 
No. 3, An Improved ClDtbM Heel and Bar. 
rwiual Ja.uor, 3. IBM. 



Colby's Patent Improved 
CLOTHES WRINGER 

"^-. "'.'■ ?'i^ i!'. . .,: . ,\- .h,- :„■,. ],., ..'i. -.I-. ■!,"..>'! I— ■ 

'"^'"iri,!:. 1 ''.''"- »'' 1 ■ : ^' '■■■' '■;" '"■'" '■' : ' 

i |'Z|r' ... ,'i'l' . !.'.'.!",". r i : |:, ',';.;.!■:'. ' .in'!- i 1' I "i ■■111. 

■lil ai>t nrira 



Bo. 4. The Ms; 



)'■ Spirit Land. 




,. ,!.,,.„, u,, : .leanttr. HullJcT, will ■!<• wi!il 1 

""' No.B. ABnikotoBar. 






Alio, Hyie'e Fawnl PoU-Drivor, 

ii'.'i'L-.'c'.iV.i" ■ ■-'■'' ■'■';',.. ' ' „ 



Saddle-Horse For Sale, 

•te^ A FfNB SADDLE-ni>R3B, FOUR YEARS 
•SI .il.t. u-.i br Imi. I,.-veri liwell brokep, am' 

-hi,:::*™ Il c i„ l.:,:.. ,.boa in mow* erdei 

ut Dfleen band, Web, biitbl baj. w th a ■laraii 
1„ bind I-U .. ,:i-r c ,-t C e,ill.n,...nV b.,„, Tl, 
er ulihe. lo .ell hlu. far "ao^o ™ M ™ KI »,• i'l 1 
t Farmer DDlce 



WOOL, HIDES. AND SKINS, 
Pvirolaasetl 

AT TILE lUQHEST UABK.ET BATES, 

LONING & FUERSTEIN, 

BO FRONT STREET. 



BUY ALL YOUR 



TUCKE 15: 




Wfcaleialo Produce Report 

Tta!i rer.™«"" n0 prion P^I iW~l«~""' 
|<WM«d ™*i J, *r A 1L Tow * Co, Ho- (S Clgr« 
S.sce cnr last report, '■" co n: create nf '^ "^ 
xery light. Shippers bare again tnltrsd our mi 
furWhastiuidOalJ. scil n" b ° v .° ""j ^ nf ^ t 
or tho .to™, the iHlu oov. on the l*«h bate 
nothing loirard coaipl"'UK their loading nit 
eight dart. In '■»■ ■" E«i« ™" lpli lo ™ h 
mrrtly aomldal. Them i! mm _ehart= o 

lit .hip Slur Clue, lo load »>'bjs I*. * w^ 



uluanleMi™,!"^ 11 " B1, » 0! - TaoWir. EC d 
, has nulled and commenced to reload nitb "bem- 
,„_„ (.„.,,, jnired „d lo. I lib, nitb an assorted 



nn 



ot wheat wo *». ri. U r sjoo quarter 

JOSS boies, lTwl 49 baler, and a supply of 

. Beef, 24,M" Hide-". NO f bf Mustard Seed, 

:) Tallow. 134-1 packages of Wool, baldc on 

olber goods. Tho rhip Csmnston, for 

Shanghai! Isok BBS.OOO fen Loraber, and treason; 

toiol volooofurgo, S'JSIIO. The Geo.IInrii.v Look .>k 

assorted cargo 1° Tiger Island, of which Flout, Hum), 

nod Potatoes funned n port. 

^Hk'b^o'bMB « Wl«m 1 lVbnt, K.iZS s*s ; Flour, 
Slii .j.-its ; l:=rl«, -i^I da; Oats, U70 >V.T Bean.-, 
II ■■■; Onimx, 3*0 (to; Buckwheat, Ti iki! Pola- 
ict-, .',;iu ito; Suit, 9U0 (to; Bran, 30U ski; Wool, 



Hre.. 



sbauld take « paper unto be Intends lo paj tot 
it, nnd do it prmopllT. Wo are glad Ibo Lnvf ii 
applied lo somo bard cases a? examples, 
.ergons think by ordering a paper stopped, 
ring away, llioy can avoid the payment 
due, but ihe Law says orcrj- porson must 
y all arrtaraga before tbey con slop their 
and if they move away without giving no- 
id alio paying all does, the hill for papers 
r fears can be collected. 
■ much better and wiser, and certainly more 
pleasant, for oil, if subscribers would keep their 
" ntwajs pram [illy rcr" '*■ 



f op*rt nc, *!itp m: 5 W 



dun. When 



I in fai 



B«Bii.*°'Vll»t»i S»a *' 

IC=tt«.-i l.j fi. a. Kia. ivr-.iii^on sljrka.) 
B!lIiir.fc»l...fB :■-■= ( ",<-:■ ■■■;'•■. i. iJi. J1S H| IB 
do Eulem .. 9M 3) FKiBoil-egr-"''"" 

Wcol.enmcTjfrl 103 lajDreBhtr^ 



San Francisco Cattla Market. n| 

Reported lor dn Cbjuhu Fabtbi, t,,- ■.'.; J iv,r:;i: 

The market for Gut qoallty of Beef CalUo ifl (or 

eitra ortielo nould perbups bring from a cent to a o 
and abalf apound sLoto u^r quclationB, the mar 
not being very nell (upplicJ nilh IlinL qumlity. 

Hogi have declined, particularly Slock Uogj. 
Hogion foot aro Id good demand at ouriinotnlio 
pirlleulatly lugo onei, al tbey are mmt wught for by 



Bear— i_ 

(S. St: .'A -joalitj uw, 5[ujii:b, I't quality 4e; : 
quality 1c ^ lb. 

Vul— Ehi qualily, 3c@Ce. 

Hoas— St-*.* l^s- : H '■' -'■ <■" JI -£= <" *■•*'■ -'. 
4c i Dreijed 7c@6c 

Mcttos— dre!(c,i, 3c@Ce, aeeordinE to qunlUy. 

MiUTU Coiv:!— l-:l ijjnlil',- ij;(liotl; 2d qualily 
$1S@!35. 

Keail Pficei al Wuhlngtoa Market— H"- 

Jtrpanifafl ^16.. ..lOkn. Dry.. .. ..f 

Artebokc. ..faoittei SO do Gr«n 

Beau fn>.. 6 Puanoe. 

cili«e" .".' ".'. ™100 do Y™ (1 Uli) '.. .. .'. 
Cmi&wer _. L lWJPanipkliu.^... — 5 



■reaS'FeM.. ., llj|^^rr:n: 'T ^.|^b,. .- , 



i>pocntf D.. .. Tunu;i |- 



Awl™ *•!» 

ITleirorWmUeU.." 



Fl^c™.!' 



■,.ill L' 



, c htcous decision. Any man iv 
a rcecivo a newspaper for years, and then try lo 
roU pajmant, should bo made lo know that ho 
, liable for the debt, Interest, a=d costs ; and 
l^oosit is a Unllatl Slates Law Ibnl regulates 
"the debt cannot, like oibcr debts, become out- 
,wed. There nre "lOU nf people" who willingly 
ike papers year after year if tbey can avoid pay- 
,cnt, aud when called upon for payment, say 
they did not intend to eaniinui tbelr paper, and 
tbey only subscribed to ^(romir the paper I It is 
palrettagc that has destroyed moro papers 






ic olEcc 









apleo 



of the publisher 



U.r,L- 'l lu(l . irc.l dollars. 

' the eTcbauges copies the 

£r:l[ilj. .Lll'l ud'li- 111'.- ['■■I"h. in t ' ■ ■ ■ r I i I Ii -. 

Good enough for biro. Ho had sni 
:ajoying l*"" '" 

. ..-. ■!■■-■ 

Coor 



rspipers 19 the country, says of tbis 
rising that so few sohscrit't-r; t'lllv 

Tlifir rL-:-p(,lliit'i!i1i>::i 1" |iulill:-tjr.-rf 0: 

The law which governed in this 
, law of GongrtsE, and tbirefor* .1]'- 
erery Stntt of ihu Union. Many sub- 
n to regard the bill far ;i 1 1 u .v _ i ^n . -j r 
■Sully tbtl-jsl-.ihicl 



[ilit.iH'.' i 

1:,. L.-1 !. 
the law 



Rosp 



, refill. 



take 1 



Protection to Newspaper Publishers and 



I ..'lv .!■.:. .:r,. .!■■:.■;■, .■■,:!.. .".I 



vV".': 



plcjynt, lacb oDeruter 



I .j|:.,i fj>- Mail, or i."-)c! of n.. 



-ii. .-■■. i.-.ui[ 






'',''■' 'r,: "ir- 

."''r,?n-,. .',.,.'] : 
V..|I„'.|L„L.,:, 






.: In j.-jHliijloj 



2SB 40 Urd.CdUunla . 

..« 70 Doocj. le comb . 

■ ■■« ..Imple-Sus^.. . 



G«0 hearing ^ 1 

in tsr.:., vet tl.-vbaVL- vieldud if. and :«> |"" ,llJ = 
to the Vine, the nelt yield about- S300. N""' 
tills Vineyard Is tin Orchard of MO trees, son 
them yielding :00 pounds Fruit to Ibo tree. 
Larrimcr bu IBO bushels Apples on bond o( 
superior quality, Bellcflowers, Bsiawins, I 
mains, etc. Mr. Larrimcr bud GOO acres G 
,1jo. Wo noticed also a splendid Glly, Clteat 
blood, called Lucy Coombs. Rarely have wi 



g£ BAMS! 

|FOB SALE 
TJRE AHD THOEODQHBRED 



mol; splett 



ind the grac 



Tim nono*va jib p. Comiso.— A I 
ho Holidays will be upon us. 1 
ome TBloable Gifts from our fri 
rould only say now, that we would 
rlcnds would give us, as n Tlmnksj 
aas, and Now Year's Present, a goo 



rosity. Fr 
Wnv arc 



letter or i-.rsonallT 



Splendid Bweks J 

CRYSTAL^PAL ACE ! 



brcc duji'DB 1 " Ttlu L'liioi.v 
longing, but it Is thought tl 
ros (ccrcily Ijncbtd for sluice 



bodyofaChina- 



A Grind Opportunity for a Home. 



Well Bred Stock For Sale, 

rTIJO A LABQB BREEDINQ STOCK OF 

SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, 

SOUTHDOWN SHEEP, 
THOEODGH-BEED TEOTTIMG HOfiBES, 



FnlLBIaod Dnrham 



Stock, of perfect pcdlgreci 



Another Hard of Noble ! 



, tired by a bigb-blood EnglUh D 






....,*- no,. .-.-. .. .... 1 ..,. ,.7, , .... ,;, ] 

v"., - ( v:,i^ \ : . '' ' ■■■■■•• '-'-Um*.. (TS-.S 

!r-".-Jli'-f :\ '.{'. uwHSX.." '.-'.'.1 

■],~\.'■ , • | ''-'-' j"'.'. ''■' l'..;r'.l 'J»6» 

llolluucbupl 1 '~\,, i " '■"'-' ' -'-'■'' ^'"'1 '- 



Deck., ■■ :r... PjiiV »,. 



Tiukeyi-- ..4»rs. ..e 



Vcnli^Q.. ..^B,". 1 



Fleaso Mnniiea Ho Farmer. 



Ftrar Hundred and Fifty Acres Bich land. 

If-, filial liri.riuc. WJII 1 ■-. v:\-l - LiriiMEi If D|.|.lk 1 J». r "J 
T,-.:-: |«:(«i. iL.pIrt ui EJi:..t -.1 ILe foim-r. I 



PAitwiMtn asd CitaLouues Rie 


VID-— Wo 


ate received from tlio author a p« 


mpfalet of 


boat *0 pp., "The War, and Row 1 




To ibali read it, and then speak of it 




discuss this question nnd meet all 


the points 


rovcly, for tbey must bo met. Wo ba 


received 


Iso the eitensiva Catalogues of the 


celebrated 


fursarymen, Seedsmen, and Florida 




Messrs. Vilmorin-Andrieui k Co., 


vnlunble 


erics of pamphlets. Also, on eiccllc 




Ire Catalogue of tho Soscol Surserie 


of Messrs 


Thompson, containing valuable hints 




nnd ibe management of Trees, Vines, 1 




A Sew Giuie [i R„il„[,,_a ne« 


been rawed by Sir. Ingram, bead gardener at the 


Royal Garden), Frograore, aplncofamo 




{rowing. Thu grape is pronounced a 




in.l very prolific ; the hcti judges al 




jncn It as their opinion that this grap 


will prove 




It has been 


in roed Ingram's Bardy Prolific Sin 




Standlsb of the Royal Snraery, Bugs 




stock of this grope, nod will 1.11.I 11 




■, or fifteen dollars. It mn 




valuable grapo II i| will rommnnd sue 


' ■■ 1" 



INfational Loan. 

PURSUANT TO INSTRUCTIONS FROM TUE SEC- 
retory of Lho Treasury, abooktiill bo opeaed on the 
Utb day of November noil, at the OlEco of the Anlst- 



i.'in; Ihe » 
,ieh coupons m 

nteiwill bn received 
a than Oily di 



Tnlyl 


, ISfil. Thus notes « 


II be Issued I 


!'mh -I- .-..■,. ■• bundr.-.i .1.11 


n, uro hand in 


enoih 


iinnd dollars, and Sr 


tbooiaod dot 


dated 


9th Aognst, ISal, v 


yablo three y 


daiati 


thenrderof lbs (ubte 


Iberor as dlr 




•intorastat Ihe rale 1 


T 3-1 Olh. par 



>X oficau days from tb 



1 of flrty dollars or one hundred dollars muit bi 
awrol coin of the United Stales at tho lime ol 
ni;. Suburlptiens of more than one hundrec 
lay be paid at oaee J or, If preferred, one-lenll 
no of subtcribioe, and one-third or the nholi 
on every twentieth day thereafter until Ihi 
all be paid. No payment of leu thou fitly do! 



tranimll by moil to the . 



afore 



-,,1,'k ;■ 



order, 



will I 
■ rryin K 



I in i 



inbHribcdlipildaitbi 
isury Notes will bo innod onl] 
sub^uently In tho first, «hlet 

™ben Treoiury Notes will b, 

ay.Inaddilloi 



to the li 
:o Ibo ua 



u.:.l llier 



,..ii,l..»: 



FranclKO— BY. OERSTUNO. 1 

Nallvfdod Port-OfneoS'Montnry 

EUOKSE SHERWOOD, 



Flint, Bixby & Co., 

— HAVE FUL.I, BLOOD WJiiMS* 



"WOODEUEN 

'hoie, dclroua of nurcbulne, can be 

time. 
Also— A few 

a ttl ciiny and AyrHlili 



FARM," 

a supplied at at 



Sj.rln B s 



Cattle. 

.ild, Ml Count}-, Kf. 



ESTABLISHED I860. 

AaENCY 
Mission Woolen Mills 



FAMILY BLANKETS, all Woo], agperlor nullity j 
ECARLBT " " 

EN BTATE GENTS LOKG-SUAWL?, ill Wool, wilb 



Better than Preston & Merrill's 
.A.1; Ijefsis DPi-ioes ' 

BOARDMAN'S 
CHALLENGE 

Yeast Powder, 

FULLY GUAEANTEED. 

B NONSr WILL D 
RETURKED. 

5. C. WIKANS, 



FAMILY MARKETING. 
Stall No, 1, Washington Market 



Fruits and Vegetables, 

.up|!n'edVllb U |' 1 ^,!HaV'-VlV\'l'rri^Vn^,p/i:j^,|Z'ct i '' 1 " 

BUDDINGTON'S, 

No. 1, fVaijIilDg'on market, 

[■■. Fruit and Frodace Reoeivde and Sold 
ON COMMISSION. 



WOOL-GROWERS 

OF CALIFORNIA. 



ti.-alo w ihia dtj- ror itomge, shnnld War 
mind that Messrs. IVm, T. Coleman b On. c 
offer the very best facilities In point of local! 
and terms, both of storage and loans. 



San Franc L.M. i.i cl ,,t. t r I'.l, 



nrtUSealei. The dupllealocei 
Ibrtbeu.fii.tholruon.ecurlt 
D. W: OIIBESMAH, 

idSubierlpHon Acont. 



luqTjlrnofEdltororF.il 



TR AVELING. 

Pacific Mail Steamship Company's 
St. Louis, ggi 

COSlMABuiJ. I 

Bov -i».I»tL 

. lock, A. M.. pmiciimIIj, s 1 

FOR I'.a.JJ.A.lVt^., 

M'..^!''- ..^'i' !':■■■■ - >■■ .1' i.ili '•,l'..|i'Mnt M! '"" 
FOH1IK* 'i ll Mii-<"-]-:. •, 



California Steam Hav igation Coinpan, 



OARRYIKO TOITBD STATES UAIt. 
Slmiinor ECLIPSE, C.lilaln E. C. M. CludwIcV ; 



I. URAGDON, CapUlr 






COLEMAN'S LINE, 

SAN FEAMGISC0 TO HEW YORK, 

j£fc,UAVrNG ESTABLISIIED A LIKE i& 

CLIPPER SHIPS, 

Tosall rejularlT from San Pranobco lo NoirYors,. 

are pMpared to offer nnusnal faolllttci In 

Shippers of Cali lorn in Produce, 



Good* from the Inlarior, and from nther Pert 

reeeived and fonrardnd, Free or Commit 

ADVANCES made on desirable Mercbanduo cci 









HUCKS & LAMBERT'S 

CELEBEATED PATENT I 

H & Ii AXLE-GREASE. 



HAVE THE FLKA?n;K Of 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE T 

First Premium I 
UNRIVALED JLXLE-GREASE, I 

S. F. BAY AGRICULTURAL, SOCIETY I 
Have Awarded thorn thoir 

3Pirst-ola!*«s 3?riase ' 

But honeror EratlfFine to the ndtertisers to haro tllir I 

"HOME MANUFACTURE" 

thu? dblincuiphtJ, i: is sitb .t.j.iHt [.ride thor lUl* I 
lboiVSih.i! 1.1..I ivithsundinir Ihe jvonvh-jli uim 'ia;-:- 
lalion ..f nn .< rPi-.-l. from llir I:.l..|. !1: -.=,ji u in l; tbfir li'H', 
Ibo demand for tboir NOW POPOLAB 

IB & B. AS1.E-GREASE 
HAS MORE THAN DOUBLED DURING TH3 

PRESENT SEASON. 
And whilst Ibo Manufacturers after their sratoful Ihisri H 

loallthojo friondsto 
"CALIFORNIA PKODUCE" L 

bet- ti. (OJ Ihot nu pninaHill bu tj.arod To f^turs I 
to suilaln the 

WIDE-SPREAD REPUTATION 

their malarial has acqairod, of being 

THE BEST AND CHEAPEST 

Lubricating Medium E 

FOR WllEEL-CAItltlAGtrS, F.Tt?., 
arcr lulraduced inlo California I 

UUCKS & IiAIUDliiBT, I 

In re n tors and solo Manufacturers. 



P. J. DEVINE & BEO, 
p R E ai 1 u 01 

SOtctx-tz>lo TrVorJifli 

K street, between Sixth and Seventh streets, 

r3 Ji.C R A-TsOL E^T T O - 

E hoV ^' C ' '""""""r "I aal'j, or raadD to ord« Sl°* 

Orders from the Country promptly attended H 



Purohtiflflrl a t the Highest Market Bflt* 



OALIPOHKTIA PABMB* 

List of A E onta. ru 

I0oa SnsscniDiDB can .and I earner ui ■' >u "--'l 

luBiile(allhoPojl-ornc*,ondlhoioouor«i llcon " ,,W ^ 







i "^^^E-WWL^M^tMWE^l 



[volume XVI. 



SAN FRANCISCO, 



CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNINO. DECEMBER 6, 1861. 



g&e Mltoitia farirot. 




B. brief account 


of my first c 


that was [a 


1 859. My 


og the work o 


cr ngnin in 






bv seven. This distance 






ded bSi by sii 


seven bj as 


and wu sub.c 


led bat can 



of land on wbicl 



[Kit iJ.« r .lllurala Fsrm-rr.l 
It will Do. 

L.ycnr ago, when hiring n 
tintvTictcdla plnol Chinese 

be land Mi ">o heavy, but 

coald not command just mob as I wanted, so I 
came to the philosophical concluslnn that ii would 

would not bo so ttry pnrliculnr, nnd would give 
me ft short, thick stnlk, at lenst, If not n long si™ 

i might t 

t I >ad ; 1 

It before ploaliog. The [.ln.nl! c 

the Mil loosened with the plow, ">*? bl 
offal right angles, neatly us perfect as 
tbey bad been Billing oo s board, and u I 
the lops did the list, for n piocbed, ci 
knuriy root cannot draw oostcoence fn 



It™ 



bi iki 






nade tor lb 
is bill, as 



-e tbnn ft 



b:tik « 






sully, i 



supply i 
. very small p 
n stalk, and n 




it, by allowing Iho true 
•von feel before tbey tbr 
jondly, by pruning the I 
roving merely a tuft of 



icrsonal observation of Severn! different fields 
U, on as many different qualities of soil, I 
tisfied that nn system of cultivation will pru- 
this crop on nny other Iban light laud. 
Where the stalkB have grown straight, and to the 
ight of twelve or fourteen feet, I have found the 
round completely filled with root! to ft depth of 



nodi k 






[planted two in a hill to supply the 1000 vncnm 
En the previous years' planting, to replant this o 
KlBOl. Ninety per cent grew well, end the 

Spring br the large strong roots obtained by rais- 
I log one of Ihc two replanted In the old vineyard 
the prcviooj year. A strip forty rods long and 
fourteen feet "wide wis left through the grnund 
planted io February, 1800. This wasotsn planted 



ccper; after cutting ooo of these stalkn, 
borl lime the root yielded sap enongb to we 
ry ground it for two or three inches, thus proving 
onclnjivolj that the plant requites a largo an 
f nourishment, which can hn supplied i 
(her wny than hy sending down lis royrio 
outlets to collect the needed food; suck< 



„1 all B 



at n 



<bich t 






plowed,- 



athci 



hmftry. Th 


only advanlne 


e their Smmodi 






loim OT0I 


them 




ug 




evards as 


cu tun 








although 










those oft 


cad. 




ore than twi 




nl lb 


transplanted r 




ey appear to 
ge of the tr 




'.n 


o^lfo^nclusi 


n- 


en irresistil 


e, that pin 


uting 


callings in this 1 


ort 


ground is p 


cfcrable U 


epen 


ling a year in ro 


uU 


Again, from 


tho sam 


lot 


of cntlings, 60 


.11 










B planted 3<> 


DO lo nur 


err, 


nd bad bis laud 


11 


fcien°Ipart! 


jr. They 


r Eli 


drilled some 
or ten, and co 





Home-Mado Tool Handles. 
Editob.Fab.hkji: I wish to call your al 
id more especially the attention of our 
g merchants ufSao Francisco, In the im 



mken and broke 
ever, tbe gtcati 
; tbe Timber tl 



[ow to Make. Accurate, Outllnoa of Fruits/ 

Bv Cuusosco. 
Sow tbnl the Pears nnd Apple? of lb a Inter nnd 



la Ibo firal place, have prep: 
lean while pnper ; drawing-p 
cranio, if you should wish t 



NUMBER 10. 



Diversity 01 Crops and Homo Products. 
Wk bare often urged the necessity of a diversity 
of crops, both for tbe iolcrCBl of Iho farmers and 
the State, and are glad lo observe with the Mnrys- 
villo Appeal, that the subject Is now frequently 
discussed by tbe press. The Appeal then properly 
remarks 1 Eielusivo attention lo one crop, auch as 
grain and fruit, puts Iho farmer at the mercy of 
the. speculators, subject! him to loss by fluctua- 
tion, in the market, or hy unfavorable action of 
the elements. Hud he many crops, one conld not 
•" orien bankrupt him as now, for tbo failure or 
mess of one would be compensated by 
of another. Besides, there ate small 
which yield always a proportionately larger 
profit Iban tho large pnes, and nro ever In betlor 
demand. Among the new articles of culture *i 



ing-popcr, no 
a good purpose. Sow take you 
it equally through the grcatc! 
care, alto, to divide tho ' 






sheet 
inejl dm 



ound tho Pear. l"i 

led tho paper; at 
trftel, yet there Is n 
viate tbi* difficulty, 



irkb blntliug- 
;o the gla-.ing 
then take thi 






B „..i by the press 
The adaptability of 






clltni 



and (lax. 

dally during 

1 i-iiii nmuiilj. 
ue noticed. If 



premiums from 






r D , ihotigb vainly insisted, 




uioty nffers S500 for a bale of t 


best fiat cotto 








fnrnlft tobacco 


for tbe best bnlo of Cnlifor 



tbe A 



Wol 









•a friends Tor A 

parts worth fastening. Good hi 

a is imposed on us but litih 



like tl 



liekory, t 



begun. Frequently two cords nr 
chopped without getting tho le 
pay the old hickory -p rice, fifty ce 
sir, this wooden-nutmeg bnsint 



ncss ought I 
loyal State, nnd most assuredly 



;pojcd to the ravages of ii 
wood, and greater eiposur 



eatlily, aod feci 
inst know that 
on tended with 



1,,. ir.,n.[..ircnt ln.dlie.-[. *|" r enabling One 10 fii 
ii.:l Iliue 1'. Ihi ..Hit When ■ lu—m-J ■■ 

rr.rn tin: Fruit, but it would lie belter to Btrctcl 
1,l irm-ini--|.i.[i'.:t on 11 Ir.-ime, then place it ni 
,e.ir the Fruit i>3 possible wilhout toue-hing it 

„l.. -in. i-.|.mm;,;. r,',. ,.r, -Hire on the paper, »= ir 
,,j,,,. A le-.d-IHIldl. We have =e.u ODllim.i IIH..I- 

iiim' the Fruit on common brown mint; ihi 
■.,„],] !■ al,.-orlt.i llivjnirf, and in dry 111 .J, Hi': mil 
Hie Ii.toh,....! = eivhut dil.iri.il, and •■■ s.ltvjy 

uiv i.i' iidd.-d ivLlh a Li-n.i-iiotlfil, mi'i 1vi-ik'ht 
- ■ 1 1 - - J- . uri.l linn' ni ri|>i.[iinu-, iu fiict, the whol 

,,.i..rv.- .I We e..rel..llv v.Tiiien out beneath 

rim-v'i.lio are eipcrimeuliiii! iu Fniil-.-.llliir, 
.li.nild dei-ole pevernl pnges to each vnriiiy. ttm 
ill..,- [U-..V Illus !>e able n. ci.nil.ari' ibo re.-i.llj 1, 



13. They 
as stand- 
mile from 



'imoller thun mj 
BUIs, of standard vines, 
■ft Tvopld expect them 



d. Over ten per c 
dead, and the balan 
nsplauted ones that ; 



callai 



a theh 



inry. Had he pulhls cuttle 
Bllbe vineyard nl once, as I did, there Is not t 
Honblln my mind but he would have had them 
■Kill bearing cue year sooner than be now will, t 
Buonc-half the cipense of planting. Iln was 
■ductd to adc 






ollkc v 



a,;, foi, 



ir French, claim to know 
All thai is worth knowing in relation to vlne-e 
^Krc. 'Wemay yet learn thnt California rcqol 
^Rmodcof culture as different from that pursued 
In the Rl,ini~b l'rovin,'. .-, m ihtir snowy winter! 
Bind rainy summers differ from our seasona. 
H* Dnr first rain thi I fall was ou the night or lh< 

^Eupllon of tame two or three bright days ever 
Kg. Three aud.oacfourtb inches have fnllca In 

rMBeaggrcgin. 

Thelif,! :: ■ ■illiiri.nt lu ■-■■! tniH-CMHy l!le 

tine leavea neenncd about Ibu 201b last. Hy 
aufforcd much less from it than 



ha Blopped, greatly 10 tho advanlngo of tho home- 
State far better nulled 
1 getting from tbu East, 
1 bills n( Itasaicn River 
knnw of; nnd why should wo 
oud far article! wo can produce 

:j lometblng, Mr. Editor, that 
will induce some of our enterprising mechanics to 
cngag" 1° lBis lu«at>va buniaeis ^ Boneoa. 



illon. There is no reason In the world wl 
onld nut ronaufnetore all oar oi-helvet 
:k-helvei, and nil this kind ol ware. W„ 
ere Is timber enongb for nil noch purpose! 
good as can be found in any part at tho 1 



3ldrstoi«.— The Independent says tho fa 

Son Joaquin county hate bought eitoc 

thin season pf blueslono, as shown hy the 

quantities suld by tbe druggists and dealers 



fereipi vuii-y.M suffered 
BJ Salifomi ■ the ;:.,!■ 






1 other. 



age 



receive the nbovo from 01 
BamiDflndetit, aod will endeavor to comply wl 1 
^Bfwlihct. Wo hope he, as well as others, will 
^Batinne to give an the results ot their cipcrlence, 



KSW ClOtll.Mll! _.M1C1 

new Cider-Jlill advised 
Mill is a p.e,l , ri[; ,„ : .i F 
lo want of .1 llitl. llU 



lion IB called to the 
in oar columns. Tb.li 
1011I1I bo seen by Ihose 
been tried, nnd found 



d symmetry in tin- liel.l- 
s, nnd bow heiimmillv 
hroadl Yet these arms n 



mind that a Beet 

lily ll is tho c 
show the nppor 



j Ibiilaai ia, bowel 
an bo done by any 
nonnt of intelligence 



others. Ho should raise h 
ids— his own poultry, eu't;-, 
it ; nod tho good wife eliutili 



imforl nnd libera; 
ties is urged as nn 
jorone. What if t 
ode should have 1 



audcred eventually, 
Tho cost of tbcmiB 
mforl they yield, by 
ration tbey prevent, 



,e delightful memories tl 
1 [hat stimulates endeu' 

icudoneo they imparl. 



Wen 



n of Grnio- 



:eof n 



■■ !' ; 'T'' 



the land pnjsibln for tho Whent-Crop of 1302. 

It Is nn established fact thnt California cun 
now raiso Wheat nnd compote with the great 
Whoal-growing sections or tbo Old Slates, nnd 
that we can place Wheat in thoEuropean markets 
as cheap or cheaper than enn ho ilono from Ohi- 
friends. ' cngo, tbo great Grain depot of the P. States, 

a pnekngo of four \ye believe if growers will look back five years, 
' \", f °°'J b tT. " "111 bo found thai the averago price hni been 
cents, thus showing that with a 



sold al 



will It 



Fifty ci 



■cing-p 



orlb ol 






if nlmnsl ovory deacriptiuu can be bean 

niullv ir.m.re.ri.-l, to the mriii .lilieato liber, bj 
],.,u,e tliei.l nn lhe s -r,'eli lt.ui.il".i-|,.i[.er, :..el rub- 
biu|{ them with an Ivory paper-folder, bo tba 
cneh part comes in contact witb Ibopndori Lhet 
j.l.iee tbnn ™ clean white paper, nnd repent tb 
-erne Mruceia. h i.. oileii deiir.il.le lu preserv 
fad-similes of tho leaves of Fruit-trees, Grape 

[Will not our Pomologlstn try nnd prcserv 
thtir Fruits In the way proposed! it would b 
of great valuo to them In all coming lime.] 



nnd. 


It, otbera us 


L.llll, V." 


ile the 


lerflai 






















omlog preferable ove 




riolu- 


TBILIS 




.— Tbo 


Shastn 


nki th 




bus ihf 


larges 




rea of any State in lb 






familiar will 
















nearly lo tb 














bewrj 


best portion fo 


lUprod 


ctlon." 



ilcssltwera s 
;ot the rules ol 

tor, ll has ne 
iced bearing. 
Into leer, How 

foot of tbo 1 
it branches w< 
1 the top of 
r of tbo leaf. 



, tree, indigen 
erely with ib> 



roved, hy per. 



n tbu 



otlber 



experiment 
F ntlftcbcd to 

a perennial 
1 satisfied it 
n will grow 
ily ia tend in. 
' profit lhai 

t, that It en, 



t tbe '• 



forSlOper 
which won 



.lu Bpoonful" that California, may 

I thnt has been said by distinguishiS 
,[[ us "bow to make Forming profit- 
rl that Qrnln (Wheal) can be grown 



10 33, o 






n half 



Stany will deny this. But re- 
member, wo dou h l say every Farmer can do this; 
wo any it con at oW, and we know It, for It was 
dono by ten! llve-Ynnkco Farmers, who not only 
work themselves apan the Farm, bntwhosu Forma 
show a diversified crop. that gives them labor all 
Ibo year to attend to it, and give them u good 



doing B< 



e i.,Hv. 






. Clft-d 



:dges, most 

dividends of cotton; nrnameninl 1,- , id.inii.H: 

the useful with tho beautiful, shall rejuy I'.niidd 
their .;oil mid culture; when the rugged bights of 
the liudson, the |ilniil3 (if Neiv JerJev, thu ferlile 
volleys of the Keystone State, and the oudid.iin,,.- 
prniriea of the greatWcst, shall gleam In the sun- 
light, white as the winter drift, with gencruus 
|iods of democratic cottnu." How wo wish this 
eiinl.l he rtftllted. '* - 
as It would exert at 
lionising onr grcnt 



wonldboa nntlonal'b. 



AQoooCuoPFOtiOKE PBin-Tao.— There were 
grown nt Black Point, itnrin county, on Iho ranch 
of S. DeLnng, Esq., upon oao Pear-tree of good 
slie, 100 pound* of large Pcnra. Among them 
wero two Peats woigbiog, tho ooo, 3j pounds, tho 
other, 3J pound*. Id the same grounds nro 
tjulnco-lreea bearing Quinces that weighed lj 
ponnds each. 

NiFAjji,. Biiacv »su Taw Oats — Wo have a 
remarkable satnplo of Xepnul Barley, grown In 
Son Jose in 1R5T ; also Oats, samo nlno feet high 
Madly sent us by J. S. Hoyt, Esq. They nre at our 



"the c^l ifobnia fabmeb. 



California $atts. 

IE IMDIiNOI.OGF OP CAlrlFORHIi 



Tnntwo 
IbotofVem 



pldU btslories of Lower dliforaia, 
. ,,, |,|;,| lt ,l riril.il M-.vlriii.in 17:-.I, 
, ,,,„,] ,U-J iulo r'r-.n.h. i:" h .li-li 
;,,, ,,,,, „f Ovijero.lii.;! ).ilMiajcJ 
V, ■,..■.■ or Stift.ii, in ITS'.', »r..l nut 
,|u,-.l into Koi>li-ti: H->iu cur. .in 



hoarrlred he presented ibe loiter lo the fiMber, 
whonsKed ivhem t Ijl- l.rci.l was, meniloneJ in <"* 
piper. Tbi! DMiphil'! .li'nii'il bovine ri'iuit'l ' '"■■ 
iTt-.i.l ; 111*.- f.illHT lolil liirn, Imiri'vtr. ivlj.il <"■' ''- 
ut -aid ufir« hfiing iHUl : lie, liu.vvor, m^u-.l m 
uVnvini,- it, ivnii.leri.n; how Hit hllbor could know 

Hm- in.ii M.rm-.l If, hi. Minimi. A ^"'J'.""^ 



TllMB SOMIIOS OP TlHM. 

lVbisa Ihcr k'ivu iho lime of duy, tbejr eipreM il 
cordlneto Iho suns nnme T ibo; tbe year thej 
II mrjlbo, which tern, signifies principallj the 



H. D- C. Smith, irrltta Dim, 
broLher Joiinb U. Siniih, ond 
were returning from Mr. Slum 



figured l.v Ibelr roam 
-orlbclr oreamei 
a S [bo interior i 
lut those of I lie I 



his bunds. Bar 



. U vl,nl bim Willi ihelbofl, wberi 
andedwitli tbe grentt-il aimplici 





iiZtaSK. ^ ns n now 




ohtiwl" will qH-wnys be welcome 




„„il we know our renders will be 


,V I., ,11, 


,] n welcome nUo. Wo bopo lo 




.hesomesonree.] 




, B notion, have fnquontlj- ucon 




n inordinate Into of inoncj. Willi 






for ras la 


.,-. If IbiB bo lrn« Of ua nar.nr.- 


1 llllnk 


mar safely snv it IS r"" mlnenll > 


iTnliforni 


as : nllhoiigh « may not n a(0 "» en 



3 



orH. S. .lacoba, ut Portland, MultDvinuli < 
rt-,|i«-ilnlly r,|,nrt id fallows: 

Tbe machinery exhibited br Sir. Jacobs t 
of-Oae machine for tnnl 



[olboondofihe mi| so " 
bo seen br oil. [Tbo M»n- 


rSHri 






JOOn In China, ami wljf.h 1 


o writer has seen use 


gainer in crowds in ironi n 
inn 'l"-ir iIhill".:, ami |ij«ls 
.md >it;-url.td in admiring 


rying waters for [lie 
da ibcj- would oil 
Iho Coco, crtn bol 
cforo it; sitting do« 
he always opon gre 





shall be in heller drcumatnnccs, and ttiua virtually 

One irlll loll Ilka n slnvo bnlf bis Ufa to nccu- 
muhile wealth, that be may live In idleness tun 
olber. He Iitcs on the communes* food, weors 
the eoinuionestdolhea, spends but little- in improv- 



etrarcilj-t.f wheat, with „. | u m 
: preterit. The I:, Ji„, rinding ,| 
lowbolcof Itentli.roaa. \VI„ 



■„,, 



:t Jtbh't Pal.nl Cbntn on orti- 



• 'VbS i™ "J™ T' d " k '""l»,B.l,. 



No. 1 White IVinior— The herrv lo be nlaoPi 

,11 M„,n,,l. ,.11,1 friYf,,,,,, .,,b„r |T„i«. 

So. 2 Wbiiu WiniL-r— To b t eouhJ, bnl W 1 
■an .:Ni-.iii>h CorKo. 1. 

No. 1 Heil Winter— The berry lo be plump, m» 



led, and free frni 






' Fui'iT Tnita.— Dr. Kcnnico", 



^^^j^^^^abmbe: 



„„ .tnlned-n T=rt Lear in his dlBtres 

/wltdlv upon bis spoiled batch, «nu Ureal 

■it . !l t" V' " ■■' -' fiL -"' '■.'^^"^ro 5 ^ 

Mm „,i P !.h» t . r .,,..u ;,..;.,_«!■. .« ';■■ '' [ti]jrli , l1 



"hm.cs. He dues, thcr 

m.in -.-.■....Ll ,!„-!..- It.iVL 



iren I He wnJ now l°"J .""" old ' ""^ b ' 
mented in pottery fur i.iiii y .t;. ,. n .| y 

C"d "'"be .w-S""!? wSwJK 1 » 



WOllld be 

in like ci 
nnd in 



self t 



„■ |..il,lh«r.:, 

i link 



money ""said wftbin ntjielf lbs! oj 

l,,,,-,,,.^ w...... .ill p:L-l,.-.r,d tii.-rt- .v,i = I... U.K,: : 

„,vllm.E 10 hinijEriii.' Ir-MJi m,.l.in,; i:-.;^ I'"' - j- 

,\M.| 11,,'n, llll.T .1. :.TihlllL- ill- -..Ml..,,, I ' ■■ ' ■ '' 

"In short, I blondered for Gflecn or suteei 

on my nrms 
ibmughont of 
which I lied my e.oc 
walked, flown upon in 
loo. I often walked o 



HotBBmnnabJp-Fiom Olrl Lsttaiu. 

n> mode -r-r«ki» j ««j J^'SoS 

moment Omt bo tries to lower bia bt«d {»" 
,hlch a borsc must do when be want. ^'^ 

■hich baulks bis kicking, because, it compels him 
o ihrow his head up higher thin usunl, nod JMj 

oniidembly. I" of"" lo • n * w,! hla,lokldk ' 1 
pply . cut of the whip to his quarts, nlmoil 

lnln ; IC 1 T with the jerk; thus, thrown oo hi. 

mnnchci he may begin 10 cfl P er ' bul by ^ nre " 
ng him forward by altercate, jot each other 
|Uk k1v succeeding, jerk* nfl cuts, and by his 
JrtnBShBB compelled to bold his bend, up and 
lake tn the eollnr, be is so "^P"^"*^ 
Dot settle himself to begin kicking again ; nnd t( 
puxrie Mm still more, I Uik tn him angrily, one 
n words nnd tooe fanili 
illy, nnd hy WSJ of pu; 
julc-k nnd long 



TO THE FARMING INTEREST ! 
" JONES & HEWLETT, 

D WHOLESALE AND KETA1L DEAL- 



c, so that the gor> 



,11 iliiu 



the fields of Sai> 
miseries nnd weariness, nnd, a 
in roy own house I could bin 

hope that I bad, cfl 




FBUIT 
Commission Dealers. 

THE UNDEB3IGHED UAVIHO BEEH EH- 



FRUITS, 6RATN, AMD PRODUCE. 



BALE OF FRUITS 
Four lawn, raspeotfullT solicit 
Con.ienm.n-, from in, nnd all 

Pruit-Growers, 

,=-e of their products in this market. 




,je people yvno 
laugh, although 



'"' '"' -"'lecpt fram'tbo owls thai 
bund, nnd the dojF* thai 



iwlcd oo (be other, 
ling dry upon me been 



suffering." 

Hardly enn we f. 
Faltasy ; bnrdly ci 



upoo niter," her curl 

nerd's aoro heart. W 

lieoi mens i* there or, 

PnliBBj m length I 



ivl.kll Li 






if nil Ibin^, 
ilinr and 



inch for poor Sludam 
eel that she sough 
or even that she tn: 
ects of Snintci, wail 

:Wrcs fell upon Bei 
Biblical types of pn 

:ed 'bia family by hi 

■'to nature, and rand 

inisite prodnctlons I 

is nromptc 



aVdhVicly!' TbialnBt mode, however, moil not 
attempted by any ^^^^^^^^^'en; 
BTnid'fntal cunlncls, tor, iiiWilioiinlly to tlic 



X'tbe'edgVo'fTc 
Bed lo tnako the drn 



HARDWAKE, MINING, AND 
AGEICULTURAL 

IMPLEMENTS 

Plows, 
C^ Harrows, 
i^^*5?£-Z~l/it& Heapers, 

Mowers, 

Thvasbers, 

Oroiti and Flour Saots, BaliBg-Hope, 
Powdor, Oako,u - 

Shot, Tar, 

Pnse, Vittk, 

Cordage, Bosin, 

MarUno, Blooki, Oars- 






mark nnu ■!.»■ I'l - 



njiini-.-i .'- ■ '- ' 



"rriagc T"J-< '' [' ■■■ 
ctrtilin It, ir.llit-1 r.nnt 
. ; .•„,,,„,, ami rt.iiuj; yi-'n 
f others, n- 1 well " ; v.'Ui 
r. ti cun injury 1>; juinr- 
nut be injuri.il v.l..n >■■>■ 



i.iiii in ■■ * 

t. i-KLl.ll 



IN otice. 

fJlHE COPABTME^lilP^EItETOFOM^EJISTIBQ 

■''T^Tohi' ■■- Kii:»AKli!'.'V,']" •■■'■■; .■'■ ■ <>■■> 't r 'i ,J ; 



rpilE UNDEnSIC.KEO WILL COSTIKt'K ( T HI. m'-L 

i u.'-l-Ii'.-ion mi hi uy.i'l « ii- ; , [ , \" l | l, )-,^;j, 1 i , c, , f 



A. H. TODD & CO,, 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



10NK8 It. HEWLETT. 



Attention, Hay-Balers ! 

BALINC-ROPE. 

TU1T RECEIVED, EX MUIP "FEAnLESS,- oodotaer 1 ,r 
MO Co:LS SUPERIOR EASTE11N nALE-ROPE, 

flkrli t,.>L:!.-r l[i !.■'.■ l'--ul, ',- ■ ^ J.'J' ^ u ',('.- f. r ^~P. 



an. Others ,-ild tbnt lit" 
: un inlse money, which was a sea. 

wbii.b 1 !■■.:-. 1 .!■■-■';, 'SjJ .-lippi'l "Hb 

' -oagh the -Lf-.-r..,. like n uwn put I 

W a= in .ii" in .="'.-lt.'1 |.liteer,nnd ha 

Kill no.,., iinul.lf t„ ; ,.y [liTir.t: 

SlSd'at «",''■■■ yj.".'. 'It '.i'- ri-ht f-r_ 



„■„.,] tl H„,.,ll, '■W.irh.ril, Earth, nn.l Inrei. 

II,,.:, ir r"iciliin3;" find ulujo.'i Lv.-ry i,f,!u'-i '■( 
his hand), duwB to tho liniest knf or fossil — 
molded from onluro. 

forty-eight yc-ars dl "u'r "t in,- LI 



. fame rapidly BpWi 
™o t "ed tC<1 "' 

.Lid .1 fl 



i:,i;.,,i..i- 



reading, on^a ^t^J 



the right 

■l.y., inq. 
ft...rii Hu- 



ll nilh trained hoi 
1 of hnrnoBB. The 



an,! t.=jieeiillly 
,n fini in ken 



IPlaxit Elarly ! 

ci-.i ! Seed ! Seed : Seed I 

A LARGE AND NEW ASSORTMENT -oon 






"Well Cleaxied. Gri-ain I 
FAM MILLS 1_FAN MILLS ! 

T T OO.MIT-1 PATENT. IMCFIOVEI) 11V JO.VE' 
.1 . HtV/I.ETT. f,;r l.,aln B ' uul ll.rlcj nnd U>U1 J )i 
" f- JOKES i HEWLETT. 



OS'rte™ fori 



IbEi clly and Oregon. 



PACIFIC 
FRUIT MARKET. 



Sportsmen ! 

SHOT. 




r child" 



Hoduccd n white enm 



et.fiir I thought 
- e "V B in nod 



r "gnus-: 



lii' ' r ,.|„.|Li,i[i li:,.l btun | 
Tiellfcd; abopurchD 



'; she 



III 



iorenc°i"ad "spoken for tii-'n to the Kin^^ 
■How that he was— vtbicb the dogs of the ton 
.orkefi ill. Ho wm 



m.irv-J 






dju' i„l;..- ,, '.ivlTl .' ,■,- '" :■ ■■! I" 1 ' It-I^-.- Ill- 
Slid i.osi.t lur --ii il '.1, . ■■Ii.»-k:'Ng ill'-' : : ain-.' n 

TJi.ru.irJP..!. -■;.-■— "'■■'"■ i'-" ;■ r """ u ' ■ ■''"■ 

fjc.j-'l'li, I....1-.T i. .'J '. !'■-■ lii nhiirgid, btrnnid' 
Cl '"i'l|, 1 .M!" '.!.","[ l,' J ,.l"[M.-'".:i,'- riiJl'-Tial; for Hi- 
cn-e l„>ii u: 'i, 1'irii.i ■• I I" .-'-'i' 1 " '^-'- < ] ■•^■^■^* "'■' 
worker?, in ■■ m r ui n .. it..- n. --i-ri.il.i "t;:'Hi ; iln.; 



id Frai 



lu'i-t'ho clcam of arms, Ihe roll of drums, the 
jnling of banners, tho finab, thn amoko nnd 



„ppli™b I .lm .ie-«yeUi 
P«U« [iurchi.i!n B -ill [I 

BOO kn;l Bluthif 



HI Biting led Hlslng- 



'"' I'^^/'-'ii'l-lvVi-.TT 



Iiop BuEDiitn.— Asa Kemper, of Hoe 



CALIFORNIA WINE1 



cast may ho stopped by a mi. 
ftho bleeding bo profoEC, ul 



r^U"...-'.'lL,:i ,i lu" in K 'ibe masonry I bad my 

wrannt-d'fn 'i '■'■■ " v,' I '.'''! l'i.i-1 ,.■.,,:■ -i ■!■..■. u%i,..- 

60 i,j (un - ■ i--i" '''■ ' Id H'ti-lli.T. 

Khith 11-:. I--, ml": il-.rlill-iH>"ll 71i'...ll-li:li,i.liy, 
■ince ! hr.il Li l-Kli for my-idl' Hie v.-.ilt-r, i.t.J iLi- 
morlir, and ■:.- Inn-.-, .'-illi'J'il any aid and ivith- 

The'itirn :■ ■-.■ I.iiiit, the clicmicnla purchased, 

u,] trilh ii ■ I..i„.r |.-i .1 mid i"'i "!""> Ll " 

ftf DlV'l.'- ' ■ -" ■-- " ■ I TMUr.ii, ti; ,-..r,,,..:il;, 

e-ngry, or l.ii if: ly € . : ,.:..n.-, or :-:i,lly pilWul, 'I'"" 



TnmlnB a Horae by n 
I. T. Willis, oflheUomeJoiirni . 
„ jo borso that wna much glTcn to biting nnd 
kicking, tbns describes his euro: Tho animnl'i 
forcront was hooked up a with a simp, nnd he was 
thrown by the ri-cul-ir [iru«-i=. Wlulu Ijii.g mi 
1,1, -irlH, .,-:,,] v.- ill, In, li'."l -li'l u]', I '■'■!" llh!l ll1 " 
,,, ,,,,,,- , .. -,..r,- lull .,f for-/, i.nd lii- L-vp.unl-l 

ii.^lril:, -.",.;, relying; bu.wilb " final d...|. 

of lb'-- b'.-.'l f> "it, ,r..,iml ,l,,r, I-.-.-- „ „.. Id,n 

,[,,„„,- ir. .,.,-r-, I of bis cicited face. The 

cvelidswero rulaxed, and them was Ibt- b„r.=v- 

'"'i '.'r i' i'l i-'--i <.i'i,,'i..-. ,n].|, ..liiiih was, to my 
-, oa atirceable as il nu carious. In fact, the 
;n ' ul y of the nnim.1, e,en aa he lay on the 
■ound, was eicecdinglyimprored, na the rreqocut 
ulliQE back of his cars hnd been, hitherto, bus 
un solitary blemi.b- radically 






nppea 



nanllest nnd molt dalo lily formed 
:) like any other horao. Bulwhnta 



er«. Till 

tl.-i'l li.r-: 



,r for. 



i Ihe 



t of Ihe 



r out my work, h' 





r"' U '|,i 




llf 


A, ,.,1.1 
m.l i'u 


ll r,-llir,VL-j 

ulngle-ar,, 














ook 


,[ "he b 


cept askant 

;|J, hill nt,l 




i,llv ..ii 




,iiv 


?B. 


,r. lv.nl!,,. 
railing 1,11 

lowed like 
ord of com 



LAWRENCES, HOUSEWORTH, 

OPTICIANS 

No. 631 CIny Street, 

OOLB, 8ILVBB, AKD STEEL 

With tho boil qaalitj of Qlauai, and the eolobobrated 

BRAZILIAN PEBBLES. 
Op cm Olimu, BUBictlc UneliliicB, 

STEI1EOSC0PE3 AND VIEWS, ETC. 

Pocket-knives, Eazora, SqIssom, fto., 

B»- 0LAE3E3 filled to Frame., and KBPAIIIS 



3M£xi3.ia£v Oorcia'ge. 

250 FACTURE. 



WINE! 

L CELLAR 13 ADUITTED 



>. It TJ. 
d, Lm Amrelci Co., Cal., ( 



B ETNA OFTEN ATffMBD TO !)V AiTi^AlN- 
TAN'.'I-> il.i-'i.-l:-" ii^ - ; i'"" <•" ">' l , lhL , " 

i ..i.iiii,-. I iierri.y c . ■ ■ 1 1 r >- n™, umlluiln 

public B°norallT, Ibnt I hate apt-dated 

Messrs, HOBRS, GaMORE & Co., 

SAN FJUNOISCO, 

My Sole mid ExcIunIvo AgentH 



RECEIVC WISE OS STOR.AGE, 

OH FOR SA.X-B, 

' """iillAVLS, WILLIAMS iv UUCKLEY. 



To the Seed. Trade! 

J. M. THORBTJRN & CO., 

13 Jotm street, 

NEW YORK, 

GROWERS AND IMPORTERS OF gj.g 

| VEGETABLE, ^S 

Flower, Field, Fruit, 

THEE SEEDS, 



erfeclly content «itb my society nnd 
le liberty hnlf 'an bont before, 



,«tt or Bec-A qneen bee will lay .. 
o averted ;,,., ,.^ a dully for fifty or sLtty 



Agricultural Implements I 

OF ALL KINDS, 

-AT T13E- 

Lowest Oity IPriees 
*V\1ioler3ale antl Itetail. 
J. D. AHTIli'H &. SON, 



NOTICE. 
IN CONFORMITY WITH TflE ABOVE BARB, 



FDRCnASERB OF 

Flrst-Oloss s©e><aj3. 

. SitB«d'lbVt"wB,"£l» «ubaoiibor.,n 

-yVT i -r-i ei Cellars, 



I»XJItE WINES! 

CONSISTING OP 

Port, Angelica, and White Wines 

ALL WARRANTED TO BE THE PURE 
JUICE OF TIIH BHAPJB, 
,ith na "III »ell In oountltlo> to suit parchaiars, put 
I. dilwl., P«ta f =-' o'h.r- .. cQ 



-BUY ALL YOUR 

J E "W E L 33 Y 

OF 

TUOKEB ! 



XHe Jplaza Stable, 

DOWNIEVILLE. 
RETICKER 6, MORRISON. 

i^, .,,!';p , ,;;'i.- ,h :..i;n:' : :' i ' 



GAMENENfiME FOR SALE, 

A FINE GARDEH-ENU1NK, OP CAPACITY T 
ihreir i. pj-J .tri-°,i« J -.•>!-' '■» ■'< IS) fun, c»a bu h, 
ol l luiJii uli DtpuaUiiD « Ito Fumcr OlEcc S 



120 COWS, 

A Good DQilk and Dairy Business, 

For Sale at a Groat Bargain. 

A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY IS HOW OFFERED 

o' : .."iw"iiror.--l in .iur .-t.ilu. Tlio l,.^ii":i 'u nisi 
ulianCity. "Ilhin fi.e milej. Tboro i; L'-'i-„-.- u- -d 

ad l!fflielcrt"co\¥a 'fur's^O OM^loscninr ,:i-li In-' 



TlioTille Ir, llm I,r.inl nn.l Pwitrly u midi.ubK 
Tberil are aim |U" I i-.r,:.- "I ,:- -I l-i.f-1 ■■'■i-iiiii.-- I- 
f,.r Int. j u an at 81 per oero; this s«s alau.andl 

Toapwa P and°rc°i«n > lbloi,>rtrthli !■ c ■ . i ■ • r i > -i" 

r.,1.1 ..:, U,., ■ IH,.r.,l icrim- 'n, . ,:. !: .-■ II I H 

CASH, balanes on (ucli lime as fill t. -i,n f- :> 
C0l" 1 1VAB« I EK* Ediior Califoilo Farm,.-:. ■■!:,■ ■- 
furolsh all needed information. 



BUY ALL YOUR 

COLD ORNAMENTS 

OP 

TU O SBH! 



76 



THE CALIF OBNIA FARMER^ 



ffijre ©aliforaia $mm. 



Tni "Ladies' DepabtmiKt" of this Journal, 
nndor this choree or Mr*. Llais Wiley Warren, M. I)., 
will bo fount on Iho .lith P»B«. » na l0 " D]ob *™ eiJ1 



Irrtud* flaw-Wilt., .ml f 



ir Trees Early ! 

<-!,■. Ihonld TiJ :■ 1 1 mCOl 



tivnu. It it therefor. 



Durham and Der 
Itr end Coltttcld S 
end other Stork, /o 
Sptaal eef uein. 


a Cattle, Blond Bon 
tale. Set adcerliiem 


Gila 

Aw kAo iuiW 
/or Iter Groin rad 
best chances in o 
occasions, ihev en 
delay. Samples so 
particulars, mil be 


t Grain and Wool. 
to realae lie ctrji hi, 
Wool, con be inform 
or city, where, on a 
realize high price, 
alio as from tbecou 
responded to. 


IhlilTnjnoM. 
j^- Wr. send Ibis noniber or nnr J 
many of our friends, and to persons who 


jet enrnlled their 


names on oor list. 


they will wnniine 


be FaBsieb, and see 


for their initial to 


give as their cordial 



■ :'■■! '- I worth J ipKial 



«d of the 
II special 

Din-, with 



Ton He.asr.ns why every Farmer nod Stool: 
Ralflor Should tain the California Farmer. 
lit Eve hi Ferine r and Slock-raiscr shnnld be 



2d. Every socb person Ehoold giva his sancti 
and support, generously and voluntarily, t( 
Journal that advances his ova particular bo 



rfitd by the publi- 
d is injustice bound 

theie employments 



3d. Every soch pe 

cation of such a Journal, and is in , 

tn reciprocate soch labors. 
4th. No person engaged in lhele 

can bo without sneb a Journal wit 

of many tinea its cost annually. 
Stb. The Farmer and Stock-raiser 

the" constant access to a Home Jour 
Clh. The C.u.iFOtu.'Li Fabmeb hasfai 

raiser for eight fears, sod is the □ 
tcbal JavnsAi is Cauvdhkia. 
Tib. The CtLirOBStA Fabueb. eonta 

in every branch of Agricultural sci 
eth. The Caufuesia Fabjieb cont 
nnnnccment of all Sew Seeds, Gr. 
etc., together witb all Ken- hnplcm 
advance the cause of the cultivate: 
Otb. The.OjviroEMA Fabueb conteli 
and Introduction of all tbo best Slot 
kinds as soon as known, together with 
Market Reports of all the Interests apn 
to Aricollnrc. 
10th. The CAt-ifOEKiA Faemib is now 
paper on the Pacific Coist that is coat 
its orijinal Editor and Proprietor comro 
the time this Jou 



f the soil. 

the arrival 

of all 






ir the good of tbi 



Tho drain Market and Exportation. 
Tnr. Uto rlss on the prieo of Grain may be ottr 



o inr ibu Grain. This, and a contini 
of favorable news, both from the E 
nod from Europe has Induced foreign houses 
purchasers to a considerable extent, 
seen by the very fall report of Men 
Todd A Co., inourMnrkolcolumn, which wo kn 
nays be relied upon ns substantially corn 



We flatlcr 



n lliongh slowly and in en 
is is tho plan wo sugges' 



s gratifying to notice tho 
irs are now willing to pnyfoi 
41 and cleonut Wheat, and 



»t they have also fi 
g their Seed Wheal, 
upon the same foil 
acr should look ^to 
i one county to anc 



lone upoo the Wheat Is shown Ii 
f tbo Wheat now brought to t 



irket. 



r brought to our 
lost eopcrior kind, nearly all 
ed Wheat. Tho Millers of our 
ted the value ot pore Wheat, 

wing secured a name for their 
ir-famed brands of Haxal! and 
been done by buying only Ihc 
n perfecting'the machinery of 



T'moty aod Creditoble Premiums. 






These j 
For tho best aero each ol 
ig Tobacco, SI*; for sa 



highly ne 






Chewing and Smok- 
nplc each of Chew- 

nds of Rice and Eve of Cotton, S20 

pounds each of Hemp, Flni, and 

Hops, 55 1 for one pound of Flai Cotton, $20 ; 

of Chinese Sugar CancSlO, and gallon 

from came, S5 ; for fire pounds Sugar 

-Beets, SI"; for an acre ol Broom-corn 

t he colled very "now" here), 510, nnd 

same, SJ ; for one acre each nf Huuga- 

indA1faHh,SlDeacb ; and, finally, Tor a 

Cashmere Goat 525, a. Grade of Bacon Si 0, and 

Male or Female Kid S10, each. 

Tbongh Ihe above premiums maj not embrace 

erylbing that is desirable, or bo nf as large 

nount, Ibcy arc certainly very creditable to the 

Society and its managers, aod ne say "Good for 

Josqain." Tbo einmplo is worthy emulotloa 

ilber Societies, eud tie Stale Society, if we 

igbt profit thereby. Bot our State 



1 . .i.i 



o»:i ,: 



' produclioot by tho 



w Price o 
memory of 
inhahilnnl 



Stock. 

hai veritable p. 

' has Stock bt 

Common Slo 



Look to your Stock In the Wot Seaa 
A largo amount of Stock is annually Ion it 
Slack-men hy reason or neglect, on tbo nppr 
of the "wet eeason." Cattle, Sheep, and 
Ilorscs that hive been kept thin by reason of i 
feed are illy able to meet the chilly and cold 
which are oovr of daily occurrence. Shoe] 
Cattle, or those in good condiiino, are better 
to endure the cold rains of autumn, though they 
ate injured by it, but poor end half. starved Stock 
are stiffened by It, and soon sicken and die. 

Were it possible, ell poor and (fain Caitli 
Sheep should be looked after at Ibis season 
put under shelter, or housed in snme way, tc 
up against the change, until by the new feed 



nag and a 



veil -« 



.r Ihe t 



of food 



shelter for Stock saves a goo 
for all Slock eat more when __ c . 
Ttell-aheltered and worm. Tbo p'rcscui long cold 
a the death of large numbers of 



Abel Stcarui, or 

ur Stale, who hr 

Cattle, will jloughler 



quality fnlly mokii 
more real profit la 
flocks of common C 
feel confideni 
Sheep will bn udta 



f price of Cattle has bet 
estates, and tbo difficult 
is for Stock. Many of o* 



o email itauches, wl 
t Cattle. Among t 
n, Devon, Ayresblrc, 



The palifi 
And tliron 



n'aud bill 



Mr. Wra. UcCiirty-j I 
Garden, au Orchard 
doing well. Found 

soon haver, fine Gar 
ingOnrden-stulT. 

One mile further 
Ucre wefoond tl 
A good substantial Mill 
1500 feet in 12 hours. 
-Acouplenf miles an 



veil. Mr. JlcCany wi; 



:rcs of Potatoes here, 
nrgcly, End bring the 
md. Mr. B. raised t 



doing well. Tho Pc 

pounds to the acre. 

The nest call wi 

Felix Foamier. He 



is nt "Charcoal Ranch," by 
ro also were fire acres of Poln- 
of Cabhogcs ; each excellent, 
that ice made the week pre- 



and, which surrounds i 
ce milled from the trail I 
.rtx-Mlll, from whose Dnu 
le n light track visible 



difficulties, and vt 

Two Taverns and 

Undoubtedly in 

oocofnnte, as thi 



.-ill [■ 



ie Great 



Valley and Washoe. 

Sierra City is some 12 miles from Dotvoiovill 
lituated at tbo foot of tbo Great Sierra Buttt 

ilonds. This is one nf ihe grandest of all l. 
nnuntain peaks; its craggy and smoky hci 
seems like, tho mouth of soma terriffic mountn 
god, there reaching up soiau ten nr twelve tho 
sand feet high. It seems the sentinel wntcbi 
ovor the rich treasures that are hidden In t 
mountains around lis baac, In nnc nf which i< 
rich argosy, onnnl to tho Almadon Qulcktill 



Stale than uver before; almost universally, h n ,j'_ 
rgorded Iho day,- Churches wire will 
Hie usual family gntberlng over u. 
Thanksgiving dinner, and the social usages orth, 
"Thanksgiving Day," 



Tho I 



Vnncouvor Froduota. 
Tub Agricultural Society of Vancouver Intel. 
!ld its first Industrial Exbiuitinn, which wn 
iry creditable. From tho Secretary of the So 
ely, J. T. Pidwell, Esq., we have received a ver, 
if Fruits, Pears nnd Apple! 



Ill] Till 3 urn u bu.l i.if 1 

togetbfr with a fiao 



i-.ljll.l!l 



lollectlon 
, highly t 



orable 



of Seeds fur the Secretary of thi 
and for tho Santn Clara Society 
urded, and 









Wo rested from the olficn labors of that tryuj. 






, and we ore satisfied thau 


week. Wu did not issue a Fabmbr, For to wig Mr 
















one week been passed before. We trust, hswntr 


"1 bad intc 








ndod so 


dingyon a report of our 


day, and hope a kind 1'toi'ldcnce favnred rbt a 
with all the blessings of life, health, scd ptot. 




ely say 
among 




pcrity. 


est snoguine 


s did not contemplate, and 


Export or SewioR-MoohlDen. 


another cv 




what a little preserving 


Tiik trado in ScwingMntbines already rwli 










"We do not 




hnwover, to say that nay- 


tries. For some time Machine, sew log bos, i„ «,!, 



id yon a Tew sampler of our Apple 
id a few Cereals, just to shaw that n 
a beginning, and you know 'all things 
icgioning,' even the great and rar 
ural existence of California. The n 
and advocacy I well remember of ; 
a few other?, who dared to think nnd say 

ad. Oh I 49, '50, and '51 I Wbnt thii 
'? Were they madmen, who had fore. 



> u L . I n, 






h Itr 



"Well, go on ; 



nod may your last days he yoi 
Yours, respectfully, 

"J. T. PlDWESl." 



r tbo kind words to us personally, we fill 
them just now, wben Ibe years of labor pre 
.ndwcwoald fain lay dawn and rest. 



ow, they are the th 
Wo wish complete 



> the able efforts of o 



n the San Jose Mor 



b Iho Grn 



rs that the B 
io skin has b 



is Honey hern produced 

iced only refer to the bcautifut Honey ex- 
, Bigclnw, Hoag, and others 
ind by Hamilton and Wood- 
t the Stockton Fair. These refnto tht 
sertion of tho Mercury that there Is nt 
Any one in oor city cot 



ted byliur 



n judge, 



KlJ, W:l: 



iugfon 
nude. But b 



Stuck. 

Tub Nitiosj 
fur the Nations: 
day, Ihc 901b N 



UiAH—Tbe subscription hook 
,oan closed In this city no Silur 
ember. There wa. qn tt B rn.) 

rlbid is about S3QO,IJ(10. 

ll pis— Secretary Chase ha 
Hi. Cbcesemnn to keep the books 

to the National Loan open 
So on Monday next the boo! 



principally by Ibe Io 
ble, and gas far pen 
Por nil family D | 
Lamps now opening 
city, and Iho ase i 
light is secured of 
very law eo.t, We 



iln: Mvr.uij says: 
The Honey- Ilea has almost taken possession 

■iuriu- [njrL i.j of tliia cuiinirv, (trenlfy tn the 111 

nciy.inci- nnd iliipi.-l uf WiiKi-m.ilier^.' i'.rliup? 

i, nol gciitr.iUy tnoiri, Hint when llie llrnp-j ;i; 

iwed to remain on the Vine until tbaraueli 

the Juices, causing 

■omo sour and wlltL,. .. ............ 

Honny-Bee into this country wo regard as tho 
to n failure. Tbu long dry summers 
ounce of suitable food, are peculiarly 
iblo to them, and they take to robblna: ■ 
for pastime. Besides, wo have seen 
r here worihy the name-fair to look u 



sperm oil, campbeno, 

3 arc nnw illuminated 

Kerosene for r 



..ii,,l ti,it 
nd make 
h Ibe col- 



A Dt..._ 

i';.,id i..ii'.' r 

\Vuri<U, Mr. . 
Atchison, W 
party 



Ingwhat has been done In tho pas 

n their lofty peaks: 

rno Feat.— On Wednesday n party, c 

Inr- n,m,]i. I, ■,.;,, j,[|,.,i..,l \.y HI,, nl,'.. 



Tn B steamer St. Uols, on Saturday last, 
*U,XA sa in treasure, of which earn SBM.O 

, n0^rf O r r Samf' S,7S ' 6UMerO[En « lBn ' ] ' 



gentle 

successlvo layers of rock. After 
.his way far soma time, the com, 
and three ladles more parti, 
rtlod, on looking about for Miss 
, io ate her seated on the hlghes 
ties, at tho flagstaff, waving n ho 
uer friends below. Few men and 
n bad before set foot on ibat gid 
| sides arc so precipitous as to cs 
the bravest. In nne part of I 
i-.irj.Li, looks off to tho left Into 
■Tcodienlar sides rising two bun 
irltaot heard till the 1 



|. 0. F. 

art, two Misses 
E. James. The 
> rocky pile, bot 



,:.- Ai,-i,i- 
iak of thi 

orcllief Li 






Thanksgiving-, 
sally o 



erved h 






9 then 



S for 



ib that 
if soeh i 



ll I'rei 



f.iliforiiia, for o 

nod onr people are nl pence— «]. 

the din of war, and the evils ;■,; | 
rs that hang so benvlly ovor every lb o 
in Iho Onion. To ue, personally, itlMil 
lay, for we were an atlendant in the ( | tt 
watching b loved one— a little angel horer. 
itween two worlds. Earthly friends cling!,,, 
hero, while Spirits were calling for it ■'- 
world, and thus for that aod many da: 
iltlc has waged. Hope comes now, i 
trustingly In Him "who doeib all thing, 



chine" 


and for 
mode 


thuAme 


lean Hi- 






uplote, tbnn Ihoii 














11 ,| t [r'.i! 




Lnt-I 




id. The 




"iow 




ines from 


■ ; nc m 
hit tbu 




is assuming: 




■Hot 




m A'eir ] 




Ut t 


Oil. Is 


, IStll. 



































; ublie" 





.. 33 










:;::::::::: 






























I -~ 


The above is ftom t 
Mochincs, Wbecler 1 


e U. S. Eco 

Wiisnc's ce 


tnpris 



VaLbMRBa."— Wt 
have received from the composer, E. G. St. Clair, 
Esq., a song with the slinvo title, tho words by 
T. G. Spear, Esq. Tho words of the song arc in- 
spiring, and do hooor la the Poet, who is a typo; 



Country. Besides, it 
through, and publish 

SrlBSUIB Culluot 
W. Monro Seedsmen 


n Patriotism and Lovool 
is a, faomc-production ill 
d in fine stylo. 
lis Of BtiLBotrs Boors.— S. 
on California, street, hsn 


just opened one of 
Bulbous Roots yet sh 

kinds known. Call 


tho largest collections of 
Dwn on tbo Pacific shorn, 
rarest and most beauiifil 



Rmmo Suhool. — The fine Riding School os 
Montgomery street, conducted by Orrick Jobasos, 
Esq., Ibe proprietor, is now under successful mj 1 , 
and nnbly patronised. Several parties of Lidln 
are in daily aticndanco as scholars, and yet IheN 



The Tucker's Music Hull Association hss or- 
ganized by the cleation nf iho following olEeuc 
Trustees— Snmuol J. Hcnsley, S. H. Meeker, u"n- 
Soitis, Wm. R. Onrrison, Charles liosmer ; PrUl- 
dent— John W. Tucker, Secretary nnd TtewiW 
— S. C. Simmnns; Messrs. Parroft A Co. «" 
elected as bankers of tho association. 



aod hero Honey madt 



PiottsKK Coffee 
o the Plan 



i. Mil, 



r Colfuo 



-Wi- j,. 



■nd Splco Mills 



Messrs. Harden & Fnlgt 
to spend an bour ill these mills and SnhalV "the 
fragrance of Iho "Old Java," as it Beat forth Its 
perfume while roasting, is almost equal to tho en- 
joyment of a cup of its Inspiring beverage, save 
lha sugar Bn d [nam. .This establishment hot 



ll-.v.-. 



and for | 



a is shown by 



Conzo Fm 8 ._Wo have eaten snme 
Figs that were g r01rn fll ^ 

^ W " D """J l" lckeD 'a 25-lb 
rcsh and dellclnus, jet verv ftnrh, 

ZESfiS** crcdilab,c ^ "=^S 

being thejir" tbus prepared in Califbrnli.. 



v.-rj- .K-Ij, 
Farm." 



Tub S.m Frai 
Company has fill 
the County Clu 
£100,000, In shn 
Salnmons, Leopold Cab; 
first Board of Trustees. 



Pltm 



office 



Woolen Fsel«I 
ofinenrporation l> 
bo capital >""*« 



Cnu 


<TT Tbbas 


nr.— By tho 


Coanly Treasllr«' , 


n.pnr 


It nppenn 


there was 


n November in tM" 


n the 


Jounty Treasury $731 


3TI 05- on Iho 3H» 


of Oct 


bcrthcro 


was 5511.4,1 


41. On NnveaiW 


31st t 
Akt 


o balaneo 


on hand wn 


5130,380 B4. 


IttnOANO 


—We havo 


made a very » 


lOrtan 


I aod chen 


p discovery 


a keeping nnts fro" 






Jirs since th 


liltle red ants ffW 






a our cuph 


oards, and w> P»" 
























I'hu s 
and i 


rmp liiii t 


ackantbeg 

1 ,-,.J,[,-r:l. 


ut of Ibe coal-W* 














about tho hive o 


r bench sine 


— [Boo Journal- 



"^if^~cA3iF^BgiiAZgAS M:E£t " 



called the Senate lo order- el 
-namuci. worn proMoL T " o) " ° V „ 
, r the daily se-.-jons. M».r^ Trumbull 






noil 1 



■..,-.,1 ! 
SUally 



kinds of gimo »ro »W lo bo u 

in recently b«o discovered lo Sauls 
, ra =-bkh Urge qunntltiea or C 
km. The, discovery is eonsidc 

H. .nimt-h in ninnCT ■!!«•"• ™' l,t - 



of rebels aod give '"do 

ji-Yincli-.n I clteon regular nl 
l.niul ["crn CU lk(D Ukil 

The Hi. Li.uis Democrat li 



Oiled that h 

..-.il-thr |.r-i 



Something TSeVr. 
HALSTED'S - PORTABLE 

CIDER OR JWINE BUXL. 

mHiB la a cAurormiA inventioh. co«bwiso 

f,, 1, ■'-'■■;!j; l ™^a' Ml[ ''~ [,I *P m '™* wl , 

i ' ""i"7™ So* ^b.cX"ci 



The tie* York 
..ei«r, with a I 
(ho rebels, bed hi 



Mr. Ely. M. C„ Don 



mied they Ml 



d road/ AS the Ollun of It™ Mil I 
utciibcr plonking or macadam. 
,lhiuM«a county only ten ffl 
d for Jfap*. 

, apparently demanded in thl 
be paper, era dlscuaiing tha pre 



1,1 . „-l El-Sol 

'" rii- ~. TL-r'.rs or tho Navy, 
upiaro of Mason 
HI rri-ive action el 
.cmphllio appro, 

,otcaplur!nc .(be i 






FOH SALE. 

A VALUABLE HOBKTEAn, WITH , 



ALFALFA f ALFALFA!! 
300* 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

First Premium 
FAMILY 

SEWING MACHINES 

ABE ACKNOWLEDGED 

— TO BE — 

FAR- SUPERIOR 
To All Otber§ In Else. 




Wo belie vealari.crr.ajor 
MBb » l»m-, *hUa none ; 



io lilted. Thorn op- 
ch outrages OB the rights of 
Imeol of a Begislry Law. 
fine people *o<ild sanction 
demagogue^ or those who 



II, or Kentucky, 
it thorn il plain, 



Acll-Coolty Association ol 
nVtinci'd. «u U.'ued «n address to tho peoplo ol 
liforaiainonpeiMonioloo immigration or Chinese 
uoc ol The A. ifldalion rceiymmcfldi that tbo Chi- 
le bo driven onl or Iho Stale ud oil ImmigraUoB of 
ilebus slopped, by the passage of an Act pro' 



■,„!■!, y..T. - 
a pBymeo 

. While at Erst t 

!rohTbUioor I Tht 



idull; In— 

inlhla SUK, engaged li 



Bll!t I Klin ! Itiiu I We appear 
for ooe spelL A ton days of pli 
needed the Cot storm, slow when 



Ton B*A*r- Lash Fran— Tbo last Ligislaluro 
rowed Tor tbo in of iho Goncnl Fund, tho mm of 
$HJ,(Gfl •" f'on tbo Swamp lud Ft 

back this BtootiBl to Ihn Swamp L.I 
Land Fund. Tbo 



■Hired, Saturday, and It 
amltteowillbo -("■" " 
or«ucb men, aod If pro 
K,llbeeipelled._ 

thoU. S. s learner Iroqno 

i, wilh tho intention lo la 

tilt Government BiHl.-Tilion I 



Another rich prlto was brought to tbo llrooltlyo I 
-„1 ,.,, Simr.l.T, -bich was coptund by the sic 
cngoin on tho 2Slb ulL 
stohoi''«ninUBtt^ S3.0i5,011) M. bftoj; an incrca 



HYDRAULIC HOSE 

MANUFACTORY. 
119 First atreet. - - Blarjsvllle. 

First i»r©iaxiti.ra.- 

HE COMMITTEE OS MISIKO IMPLBMBHTV, 

at the lut Annual Fair of the AfiricnltBial. Horll- 
eoltural, and Mcchicld' Soclclj, -f tho No. th- 
orn Dtilrlot or California, awarded iob the 

First Premium for my Patent Machine 

'OK SEWING HYDRAULIC HOSE. WAGON COV- 



.<,n. WicklUe. of Kentucky, nmd 
tb, o.plaining tho "- 



A panio is rcporlod atnoDg Iho rcbols nt ChatlcFtan 



id ibe city ni 
Flig-Officcr Dnp 



id 1 h- 



o Bao« 

t DIPLOMA, tfsnod by N 
Ciuo. M. Goihau, SHrolatr- 
wtoiafed of U IfAaniB.of lh< 



ir timo, tha 
ivo Ihn be. 



I can toff as cheap'! " anybody, and pteple will baro 
i occiiion 10 eo away fmci SInry.rlllo for IIoM. 
OsB-IUtF nr nt IBTIIEBT In Ihoio Macbinos for Iho 
ato oX Califotoia Is for solo, ot all of Iho Nonhero 
.nntlos.frocYobaop. 8 _ BOWAIU) , 



IMPORTANT! 

SVE HAVE TO-DAY HADE A MATERIAL 

REDUCTION Df ODE PRICES 

COAL OILS! 

Machinery Oils! 
CAMPHENEI 

....AMD.... 

STANFORD BROTHERS, 

California street, near Front, 



SEED WAKEHOTJSE. 

(ESTABUBHEO IH 1BS0J 

S. "W. BIOOHK1, 

IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IS 
ALL KINDS OF 

CARDEH, FLOWER, FRUIT, 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and Shrub 
SEEDS, 

SO. HO CALIFORNIA STREET, 

Between Saosoom and Montgomery street.--. 

SAN FRANCISCO, 

CALIPORNIA. 



Lano Commiuioacii 
total that <cu in 

.hleb wu paid InU 
1B55, but oo legiiln 
paid back. Tbc o 



}]«JiO, making 
il.in; Go. Thoro 
b tho Oeneral Fond, 



intter to bo nKiioc'l- Akhuunh 
STB paid oat hot $15,00(1, Ih, 



Is told— their loci 
J tbll property » 



' A.'ll,,- !-.- ,,■■!■-' .r -. .-.-r.il n-.ilL-Li-r., i:i-1.rn Vbr -ici . 

:art declared thcmsel.es loyal, tbcir porn will be 
peBcd for trade- „ _ . „ 

A di-oilch lo [he K. Y. World say. that Col. K; 



(DOC Fedual troapt, to pruvent icccssionuts taking 
P °TneeapodIUon Eoolh ii for FeraBodlno! 5000 troop* 

":\ ■' :i i iii-v of Union men bad beeo ili-:-'ifr.-l in 

' '.|. Cill i- rii-.iin - r ■■--.-. r ■ I ' LovVufB. .v"l (..n'r.il- 
M.,„i, ,.:■! p.-rt.r am -ifcTrlini; [!.■ ir !",■ ' I .r-..:,rl, 
it Ii i It- M.-!)mu. II ami Franklin am watching the [Bl- 

eiorrdaj. m m 

Ofeblasd Mail AriAiiiB. — During Soti 
tho number orLelters scut bj the Otorlnnd 3Ir.ll 
numbered 33,8118 ; tbc pastnpB on which amount 
to ^.aJS 31. During Iho same period 24,! 
Letters wcro rcecWed from the East. There « 
l,bll circulnrs and 11,802 ncivapnperi ftnlhei 
Bast during the tame month. 



MARDEN & FOLGER, 

PIOWBE H- 

Steam Coffee and Spice mills, 



Old Sovernment JAVA COFFEE, 



From tho East. 



BntUtlio b< 
tbowiresbjn 



I .- . i.l'.rTi.-: L '■'. i ,.' 

The Timti diip. 
at Bicamood, ihes 

dead. 



toiir.ly -I. -Lrtijed den 



aihiDRloD en ibo :-tk 
be Callfurnla Beglm 

[irlioaer*. Tbo olfii 

donroo letter aajl 
ed, and tbo Kary Yard 



Mr. Jiifsa E. Caluoos, a eon of tho late 
oha C. Cnlhonn, of South Cnrolina, died ii 
itj* on Iho 2Pib Koveniber, of conanmpLioo. Mr. 
liiltionn was n lateyer of good Ability, and (bi 
icrly procticcdin connection with Mr. Blondin 
,nd Col. Delia Torre. 



TO inA.it.iviaEie.s ! 

1TIUE UHDERHIONED ARE 

PEEPAEED TO MAKE ADVAHCE3 

Consigrimeiits of approved Produce 

FRIENDS IN LIVERPOOL, 
ON VERY FAVORABLE TERMS. 



HO 38, DF.MPSTEK & I 



Insure Your Property 

DANCERS OF FIRE! 

AND YOUR LIVES ! 

PHOVISIOH FOR TOUR FAMILIES, 

In Cane of Tour DcalU- 

General Insurance Agency 

PIBE and LIFE! : 

BIGELQW BROTHERS & FLINT. 



Capital Represented, $8,229,000 



HAS FOR SALE 
Alfalfa or Chile Clover, 

Hungarian Grass, 

Sen lucky BIuc-cTross, 
Orchard Grass, 
Red-lop Gratis, 
Sainfoin Grass, 

English Rya-grass, 
Timothy Ora&a, 
Had Clover, 

White Dutch Clover, 
Crimson Clover, 
Lncerne, &o., &c, &o., ftc. 



BEET, CABBAGE, CARROT, 

CU COMBER, LETTUCE, MELONS, 
ONIONS, EARLY A!i"D LATE PEAS, 
RADISH, TURNIP, TOMATO, 
BEANS, etc., Ac, oic. 

Havana Tobacco Seed. 

COTTON SEED. 

GUANO from Johnson's Island, 

FLOWER SEEDS (SOO Varieties). 



it tbo I 






\*,KD retell on 

UllWO. onikr It 

A iii patch d, 

to Jay at oi-io. 

CndlcbiO!.-!! o'l 

bolhHourt'bo 



loco of tbo Union forces, and 
to our lends for the last fen 
n the icHcta narrating tht 



b carried Inland, 
lie, ton miles from 



,f the Alio, who hna ecen the Cariboo elephant, 
inrns tbo public not to bclleye nil the big slorics 
from there, aod to remember Fraser rircr. He 

.,,„..,!:= „f hi:, Mjitricoci- in el..- l.',iril,uo .litL'i i.|- ■ 
aarullows: "1 lvlt ihi-; tiiy uln.ot tliu middle ol 
April lust, bound fur C.ir.l,.,,,, ,„„) nfi.-r .iho.it ttvo 
mnnlbs 1 hard f.ttigue nnd travel i arrived ol the 
now El Dorado. I found a goud many doing 
pretty well, lay about ono to ovory eight 



?r prospecting, a. 






tcnuld pay grab, I 
drods of others vcero in tho tamo condltloc 
seojon is >o short that miner, baye bat litl 
•o prospect, nod ifitp«r!on baa not money 
o bring him back, ho standi a good B 
itarring before ho con get away/' 



ing the 



In Eaitom 
tnrnci lo 11 



LAMOT & COLLINS, 

Leaders and Introducers of 

Corner 3d and J b1*j-, 

EAORAHEHTO. 5(-=m 



Some Insurance Cu. 
Security Fire Iuiurn 
ilagara " " 
Wnshington " 
Lamar " » 


S 


Y. 

Co 


, N. Y. ' 


ls Sl,uOD,QO0 
650,000 

uoo, a oo 

3110,000 


Hope (' " 
Phouli " " 
Park " " 
American Eichnnge 
Conn. Mutual Life. I 
ofHitrlford, Conn 
lvjnii.il,!- Life Aal 






a Co., 


280,000 

3,101,00 
108,00 






Socl- 


Total 








...S8,'J23,00 



• Native California Evergreen 



% 



Salt.— Tbo Imports, o 
tBtes during the year 1 
10,000 hnsheli. The to 



salt 1, 



salt Cot tbo; 
MassachoeolU, 32E,""" 
3,417; Pennsylvan 



North Point Dock Warehouse. 

STORAGE 



Evorj facility Is offered Tor .toting Whosi, BarlBy, 

: !.,:,. ..!■;:,.: ! 11'. i'.'-l.i -. 

.a.<a.->ir«iii.ooi3 

M . 1(. .jo ,., : I..-...J M. r.-h„ I, 1. :■ 

Wll- 1. COLBMAH 4 CO, 
23 Proprieton- 


Buy All "S"oxu^ 

SILVE R W ARE 

OF 

1 T TJ O I£ E H ! 



.1 WELLS, FAHGOftCI 

$G5,000 ttlonthly, 



OH ADJUSTliEKT. 



[lEHCUANDldE, DWELLENOS and their COMTEHTd, 

Aod EVERY l>K3CltlPT10N OF IHSDHADLR rEllSONAL 
pnorEUTY, oo the rami rmuuiblo torow by 

BIQELDW BB0TBEBS & FLTHT. 

REPBRBNOB9 : 
»Wia"T. c3™iofcCo....™-...' ^feaa^ranebco 
r*. Pilot reabodl 1% Co.----.... -■-■■ " 



TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS, 

Fob Bipubtiiiof. 
the undehsiqked, from his extensive 

laclliiloi and 

Larga Stock of Ev=ry Variety of St 

MERCHANTS /.V THE TRADE, FARMERS, 

AND LARGE RANCH OWNERS, 

Who ohm to besnppllod In hil lino. 

id would Tocommend that Onoctg ron Saui be 

DIRBOT to tho umUrrignod, threngh tho Bipross or 

by Mail, otberwlsa parties ran .iillJ.ll' RISE or being 

imposed noon, In cam thslr Order, should be filled nt 

KT Tbo AgonU or TTells, Fargo £ Co.'s BipreM at. 
hereby anthorUad lo net u Agent, for the undersigned, 
In taking Orders lor Seed, oad receipting for the same. 

i-." :: - SEND £ OR A CATAL0QTJE. 

S. "VS r . MOOEE, 
SEED WAIIEHOUSE, 

llO Culifo i nia atreet, 
BAN FRANCISCO. 



^^^XLIFOBNlirPAEMBE. 



SiWib" grjarttnrat. 



LIZZIE WILEY WAKBBW, J 



THE PASSISG CMttlU. 

cltrad, id bMutifnl ' Dd &«■• mJ 
O'crhlsbuaniiwl bj hum" hell 



And iKmtjr 




Ino 


erro 


BC 




Tinged a iib 
F„Jc; donn 


'■' 


™S 


Hs 


TiI«U 


Fucb golic 

r,..„ lb.-;. 


li 


'■;!■■ 


5* 


KS 


wnthri 


'Tnoold mi 




br.i 


...id 


p0 j 


(orpin 



Litorataie— No. 8. 

Jens Milto* wn9 born io London in 1693, during 
the reign of Jnmcs I, nod lived alio during tbo 
rtign of Clurles I, Ibe IniemE«i"n, B "& < he «%" 
ofCborlM II. Al fiftseo be tr U o, fiae scholar, 
And wns sent lo Col!o E t. In bis HrenlJf-firBl Tree 
be rrroto bis celebrated Hjoio on tbo Ntttlrily, 
wbkb alone won!3 hart i rum or tnl lied bin. He 

■acccftiTolj Arcsdefnni Cnmaa [pniqnes), and 

college coniiinnion, lit. Edward King, irbo mu 
lost in Ibe Irish Sea, About Ibis lime, he aba 
wrote L 'Allegro nnd II Peusornsu, biglil.r descrip- 

je»r in France nod Itnlj, where lie becumc no. 
quninled wilb Galileo and olber great spirits. 

In 1043, Siillon married ifary Powell, dnugblsr 
urn tarnlicrj Ibis ranmnge proTed moil unhappy; 

porentj, aad with tbem remained about a j-enr, 
hut Eubscqnently returned lo him, when he so- 
licited the hand of soother. boholdioKto the twit 
that the law of JIosbj tolerated divorcement not 
alone for odollerj, bot for oncleocne's of mind. It 
is highly prohnhk- tluu ->i li;U bi- cbr.;c to call per- 

never had manifested itself to n congenial partner, 

appreciate bit pljiU'iuptiie.-Ll u.-uf, nor woa her 
nature socb till the cocld be happr *.rl:b n hus- 
band eo Toad of eecloiion. 

In 1349, Hilton, n firm republican, nss ap- 
poiDled Lslia Srcrmrj to ibe Council of Slate. 
lie remained fallbfol to frcednumnd lepubllcnnlim 
after the death of Ciomnell. Kqnillj free nod 

father had been educated a Catholic, bat became 
a Protectant, and be goon disjected from ibe 
Presbyterian t, tbeo from ibe Independents, iheo 
for years did not go wilbi 



a fuel 



rail, . 



ilie hc^iuning of the nineletnt 

of his life, strong In argument o gainst the Trinity, 
He begun Paradise Lust in 16GS, and with abnt- 
lered benltb and iu blindncfs did he finish it in 
1BD5. His fortune irae much diminished after tbc 

friends, be did not softer further. Hit grea 

been sold within eleven yeara afier Its pntjli 

Lowell says that Jlillou was Dlled with a sub- 
lime egotism ; that no great poet is so univerially 
self-c ousel due ns be; also tbatnoolbi 
indebted to books, so little to perso. 

He loved music, nnd in his verse may be called 
n musician; he had remarkable itunglnntive po 
and bis writings are characterized by a vast 
that has perhaps never been portrayed by 
olher writer. 

Paradise Regained and Samson Aganistes 
great works; his prose writings too ute rcmarV- 

aupnn political nnd rcli- 



very nnpleosant sobject in llnir l,,i 

There are rolfes who, both in then 

■<\ til. -,.rt,.-rn, H-t-m lofm.liixr.i.i^ 

d in iwir-iing the dagger in the benrt 
:., i,, inmiimn.l.Ii; Mt.-JLIIgs, but Ihcj 

,,,;;„,, I,.. ,v,t -io ttiiirmiiij;, iti.'v cm- 
to turn their menial view in one ui 



Things wo Ought to Know. 
"UscLt! Bis" writes for the "Young Folks," ir 

li,* V,rm.-.m Clir-,[,id,>. the |<.| living: 

Mv Deaei Vutsn. Imem.s : A celelu.^.l ">■'"■■' 
writer hiif truly said, "There are f«.m- tlunc: 

■tp,cnth nol to know." Among these we raaj 



i. Thin 



: A boy should know hov 
f, drive a horse, build a fire 
It n-rkon moBey, tell thi 



ad others togreat inena iridic, if. 1 "" '"■' 
ic nticnipt nod fail, or succeed bndly, you will ' 
resllj- ■■mortified," perhaps laas;htri et and r 






icr filled with wall 
cdl Mow can the 
head? Why does n 



pretty tough ]'Lilu:u|iliio 
'■\>' tii'-'himi legs of an . 



"live, or three | u «r» "i Von mijln -uefs at the num- 
irgo out and conol them. Hut ynu have seen 
a hundred limes and ought to know, and the 
ion is, do you kuoiv to a "dead certaintr," 
phrase is, so as lo answer correctly and at 
' The truth is, my young friends, wo know 
bing about a great many things, and but few 

day, and think we know ell about, we find 
escaped our'attentioo. If we go to others 
formation, wo are but little better off. Indeed 
all be surprised lo End bon- few persons are 
ii.elj nod correctly informed— how few, 
of the vise beads aronnd us, can give tbo 
nalioo ttouced. end whose answers wo can 






learn from otbe 
-will remcmbei 
aide tbe 



Ibe 



>f Colm 



up. 



only 



do things, 
promptly. 

III. Things near home— In your < 
hood, tone, slafe, coontjr. Snppoi 
ask you "bow many inhabitants thi 
Dative tnr.-n.or how runny in your State." Could 
yon tell them ? Suppose Ihty nek yon to inform 
them "how mnnv to unties lijcru ure in Hit Klali:." 
Gould yon tell the number nnd tell their names? 
Could you even tell the uumber and names of the 
I'-.'.vn) in rournirn count v 1 If they forth lt v.-i>l„-r[ 
10 liii.-.v.' "111... lenptli of die Sl.l', and ii.-: lir.j.ilii 
at each end," could they lenru from jou 1 

Again, if you were asked -.vhai year the battle 
"I !■■ :ininet!.u 'fl: li.m.rl,!." r,r "ivln : r.> W:ii-hin ( ;loii 
died," iviiui'i you not ],(i-;iljlv have to turn lo 
y.iur hi-|..rv li.r.irf- ■.on -. - r> ■ i ].] \,r- .milt rerUiin n n 
to the answers you should give ? 

Kowtbeio are only n few of the many thing] 
you ought to know, und if yoo do not, vfben vein 
come to go out Into the world anion;,- rtiillv inttl- 
tlt-ent i-.-tjocj, your pridi; will he wounded ul 
■-■'.-.ry-ler., or what is still ivorie, if vi»J preleml 
to koow them and do nol, Tone answers, if Be ted 
upon, r,i:iy lie prnducliie rjl (.ri-.il inisehief lo 






a youn 



" Milt-jn,' 



snbjec 



dlsei 






,S: 



things beyond year measure, while you fail •■ 
ih.js-v.-on.lerfiil things that are constantly ^oi,^. 



Shingling 


Home 






-o.ii, V n 


n who hud 












■■ l.j ,!■ 


v .li-e.r, 


1 Blenched 


1 iih,i|i[,ilj 


■l.l:...r.| 


line r- 


. nil,., he 1 














1.1 Hi-., il 




L-1..I .l-.Tll 
























'"'" " 


i.,r-r.- 


m and said 




hn.br. 


iald the 


landlord, In 












.'li In.h' 


St folks 




It then, fo 


1 say 


1 he's taking shingles off hi 


d [lottlo 




u ours," to 


d the land 



a book, in whie 



Swearing for a Family. 
Ret. R. S. SUctAT, for ibirt 
sionnry in China, has - 

inau andsome i"hrfi or four ...-io» people had Itii 



o the i 



lyj" linqui 



• replied, 

your father?" 1 cantinned. 
lome attending lo businejs." 
ipprove of yonr embroein^ '.'In -i.-ii.in- 




tricky. Tor bene-ddiil rl7--cu ol wilier, properly uied, a: 
trieiivB.ecumiiirftLretjutiliM.irn. Bj Ibe tmaivlaleo • 


















w Fatlei 



Pulu! The Wonderful! 



E DEPOT OP PULU, 



a hurry, James," attid tbo lane 
ist go," said James, and off i 



: had taken 



MRS. D. NORCROSS 
Ho. 144 Sacramento atreat, 

Abo>c Hontnomarr tireet SdN nunc/SCO. 

LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS 

Thi. i.,ir,.- ,h= „nly „ su i or Lab,«' Dans, t„„. 

«!■-■-;.. M..l„:i„ r-.n I, .„■:,,-,.,. ladle. rJ n alsa,,*", 

;n-; ; e,....„,; ,l lc li»ne s ta S ,er.oi I , ,audbe i ftj| J KO od. 

il.-.ir, : 'i..if. ri-licJ ih„ Bail, and eamplelcd all onr 

;■"..;■ ■..-,., ,:r. b ,|,„ ], C1 | maaotaf („„.,, ,., E 

<-' <...-i=.: l . -:;,'..„..( |„„ r; ,., ., „,. , ,...,,;, „„. ,,,.,'., 

and h.jvle- Eaet-ir, el -or own e-.anlrv. ll,,,el)y h.iur.c 
i.l our i.-.:.,.|. c.oiie il,„, u . r h u,. I I,.,;,.!,, „.. lKl . . 

ii.'M Ir I.-..1U- ... ,,-ive a. IL.lr trade e-Ielui^.Te-i 

UNDER LINEN, 
HOSIERY 

UNDER CLOTHING, 
And all Goods In out line. 

, lots. r>. norcih 

* N«>- I II Sx,-r,Lii„ 



BUY ALL YOUR 

WATCHES 

OP 



UNION FARM 
AND PLANTATION 

TO FAKMBRS, 
Stock-Raisers, 

-ASD- 

STABLE KEEPERS 

TOU ARB 

PARTICULARLY INVITED TO 
E\llll\i: tue aiiit 

WE ADVF.RTI3E ABOVE. 



THE BEST MILL 

TO THE PUBLIC. 



These Mills Were ATvardetl the 

FIRST PREMIUM! 

—AT THE— 

State Fair at Sacramento, Bay District and 

Mechanics' Fair, in San Francisco, 

and at the Santa Clara Fair. 



Mill complete, with Bolt for Family 

Flonr S5150 

Mill complete, without Bolt - - 140 
Extra Grinding- surfaces, per set ■ 10 



Greene, Heath & Allen, 

SOLE AQBNTS FOR 

California, Oregon, nnd Washington Territory 

Messrs. KEEP &. HRIGGS, 



RASCHE & SOjVSS 
Dealers 



SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 
Musical Instruments, 

Stx-ings, Ac. 

ASPnU tor Urn Mlcbnlrrd nonufutur^ 

A. id. Gale & Co., Sew York, 

C. Meyer, Flilladelplila, 

X. Gilbert, Bostou, 

WhMO PUH03 tier CONSTANTLY heap on burnt, 

FOR SALE AND TO RENT. 

Pianos and All Otter Instruments 

TUNED AND REPAIRED. 



HUNTER'S 
GRAIN SEPARATOR ! 



Tbo nnduilpiul vould. oSZrtbBm Ws 

NEW GRAIN SEPARATOR, 
Palcuted April fun, ism, 

npanlod «i nllrelj, u^i nf [),„ Whaat In a ,, Lr0 Bn j 

Tho Iru^rtanco of thin ImplemoDt can bo iooo al 
ones, u too 

IMOBEASED "VAI/CTEl 



TO PAT FOR A MACHINE 
FmlnHi!''!"," 1 '"' 1 : ?" "" rrincl Da l oltlotud 
MhibH on, ,,f hi, vXT, S °" " c » b P'««. "KlU 
U= fools dor.fldor.1 th»t oron Orala-Qro^f 
WILL DE CONVINCED OP TUEIlt VALUE 
^nomont an ontorluDliT n projontod lotooiljom 
A. HUNTER, 
AoiSTi-J. D, ARTHUR 4 SttB^SSrl ''f'* 11 '"- 

nBWISoVif.p" Jd " *'""•*"■ e " 3 '"»- 

.1 I.1:mi>n, t^ubun 
^LAKEH 4 HAMILTON, Sloektan w a 






ST. GEORGE 

H O T E2 H. , 

C>n S'oiii'tli. Stroot, 
Betn-cen J and H streets, 

SAGBAMESTO OITV. 

J. n. IIARDKNUISRGR, 

IB Prnprlelnrik 



Warm Springs Hotel! 




Union Hotel, Sonoma. 



SPERRVS HOTEL. 

mux, THECOMMi>I'!"F -TtBlM'iinOFBCrLO- 

firMf IXG, Imclv cr-tl.-J l»v II b-ril.-r'. al Hur- 

"lEN l ,b S'''' h "* l -~' :u ' ,| '''' ,,,M - hM " ! ' ' lt:ri.;ufc.,riv 



Q.lo.l t.. Mr- 1'or 



■ ;. ?i..r!:i"Ji, ;-.i.. 
Hior^lr'tbolr co 



PRESTON'S PLACE 

Tomales Bay, Marin Go, 

~kOjt. ITVISIIT'i IN !■■"!:« :.iV 1 RIEKPS AKD 



conntrr, this ImiIIit ba- )'■•'■ i-.i-jnl.- I- ■ n--:iihr.-. 
li.inn.-. i|..,r.:,r..-. „„l.:.r.„ri, : >:■■ II. .,j, lbo BnJ mi 
Ucenn-LcoL-h, nr^ imiouc ih.> j .i>i iw.' ; nnd Ihonsll _ 
□iito ■■» claim" ir,lbn'l:,,u.|:,.|-r:-..r .■bir^o. Tbo I 
nUcnUsilunloJ 1= mil,;, .,,. u.- ,r.] f r .,ia 1'otilomli, uil ■ 

wnnlrT. It^ilT "A^Ica-uro lj"oiij'. .■ v. r ['■',' 'a-.':1,:- 
jour vtilb) Bgrtoiihlo. 
21 R. J. PRESTON. 



TJTVIOIV HOUSE ! 



Henry Atwood, Proprietor, 

j^g. THISSPLESItlP TT1RFE-3T0RT STONE 

SPLENDID BILLIARD TABLE ADDED. 

Tbo Hi ninr;- room bm Icon divided into h F.irnltT 

■ ' Mrl-M-tu-.i. ;■.,! 



■nlj: anJcloKanllj-fornithcj. Tbo for: 



nitlb. 



:<..< I ho i 



:,|,,U 



n Ihsl 



nil boon tboroogblr 



o mil, Mftjllth. IBGO 



(ESItY ATWOOD. 



DOWNIE HOTEL, 

South End of Durgau Bridge, 

Nevada atreet, Downieville. 

W. m, DOWNEY, Proprietor. 



.dJKtKZT^nS CorahM aa " """"'^ 

Eo a rj. w „T™"^.^.™. I0 .!?. ; , srm 

ll->:.i.Lr,.] l.-.J-j,..;, |.or-. t o-;::', ■ -'-'.". .".Vi'^Vnnd'lOW 

l-;.l.:ln, : . ,.,r r,i_-bt ■ -, ,„,| Jf> ,.■=:; 

Uqgortnnd Cltnra la ecu I! |23-3al 



THE VERANDA HOTEL, 

Corner Halo and ChurcU slfl,> 

IONE CITY, 

AMADOU COUNTY. 
J2&* TOE DNDERSIGNED, PROPRIBTOBa 

ling rflB^ 08 ' 



Jebb's Patent Churn. 

This hew patent cniraji is now headt to 

-iJtIm'iSt ' '' " " "' "'"' '' 



^"^^.^%"^ D jTSa"u m TbV'^i"'^ « 



tto» asa iiTr^i; 




MlTCALIPOENIAjAB^L 



79 



THE "V E 33. M O IV T 

SEED-SOWER AND REVOLVING HARROW! 
SAEMBBS, j^TTENTIOlsr ! 

wiib hi. ...u... w *-■ '»■' •■■ — ■- ' »■" •""'■•■■ "" "'*"" "■• ■""""" " 
Seedta, and Hai-romng at tHe same Time. 

„ ,. .«.,.,i « ,.. -....r ah. kinds op or;. ? - ta n "»;'i'U»!5 S.°sSr.'3. E 

::^' ; iv:™u:!".;''i'i f iii5r , K!"!os;EoKiS!»inBSTo r »«3iHOY. 

' IT IS SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION, STRONG, AND DURABLE, 

J..,,.. „p,„... «,.»....,...!... lb. »■«.." ««■'• »■»" «- » »» ""* "■'■ b "" """- 



MAHUFACrCBEBS 

1 HARNESS,^ 

S addles, pri«31es, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE-WARE, &C. , 

216 ana 218 (Old Ho. 68) Battery street, 

Corner of Richmond, 

SAN FSANCTSCO. 
a^a,,™ or oil Iho Principal MakoM in the Toiled 
Slfltet. Also, SOLE AGEHTS for Pacific Csiit, fct 

HILL'S CONCORD HARNESS, 

Wholesale and Hetail." 



FURNITURE! 

BEDDING! 






East India Tea Store. 

ESTABLISHES IN 1B57. 

631 "Wasliingrton street, 

tly oppoti 



i -.o 31-11 rafca 

. ig P ov a*uitge iotereit, ." Jcinrn lot 
oo to icsenw.-U' !-.- I--03. Why, 

^ (.dilii, 

HtitX IA( "f o/ 1 *«*i>rt dollar r 

laimed Tnrdy 'Wo-1 now, I 
u Poet ii, if I'd got » don, I'd 

that 'a' away 
■HkX'i'cm'uI*, uciguoor T«Jr, and if 



GEO. M. SMITH &. CO. 

DEALERS EXCLUSIVELY IX 

Choice GreeE and Black TEAS 

Of Cblnc™ and JupineM Jiroductioni 

COFFEE, 6TJGAE, AND CHOCOLATE. 

Onr TEAS ere ncUiinivleilBtui to be tile UmI 




SELLING, MARX & CO., 

HAVE RE-OP EH ED TUB 

Extensive Furniture Warerooms, 

FOEtMERLV OCCUPIED BY 

.T. G-. CLAKK &■ Co., 

Ho. 510 Washington street, Up Stairs, 

OPPOSITE TUB MARKET. 




THE CATARACT 

Washing- Machine 

AND WRINGER. 

Rubbing and Wringing Done Away! 

THIS MACHINE 
IS 
L REMARKABLE 
>t FOR THE 

J FOLLOWING 
Jj QUALITIES 

j vruicaiTis 

8 Tr.i/.i.JA\TfD 

TO POSSESS: 



in b, Hfinic bf hand, i.o.l roin..ros iho TO"f *° lh 
uflily rWil...-CL..riT>- Ili>v In Hiir tii«Time. 




JOHN G. II.5, 



Colby's Patent Improved 
CLOTHESWRiNCER 







elecant rosewood cases 

good and_dtjrab:l,e. 

-VVARR^AaV TEI> ! 

SEND TOE CIRCULAES 

GIVING POLL DESCRIPTION. 

Buhl oo Apr* Id CmoToln, «■ -111 .oil direct .0 

Very Low Wholesale Cash Hates, 

and italUILOtinrslli'crT.ill -■..!■. .-no-Lbir I "It,!' l°"I,"T 

■ i,„ r. .: ul". r- ■,[■■■ ,rLAU<ii: I'LAM" 1' 'V.i 1>. » I •. 

6 3-4, 7, ml 7 1-2 <wlatoi.no ™'^ u u6 ^ "^rvUnr 

[a iuoaEd to CASH 

BtVERS. 



J FlnLib. Larno DIkouoU t 

Oil Al.plICO 



PATENT INSULATED IRON RDM 

Miking thorn the host nod molt uu.ablo in the world. 

SE1TD FOR"|CIECULAna. 

Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed, 

or tiii- Money Refunded. 

BOARDMAN, GRAY & Co, 

M AN HFAO T O BE SS , 

ALI1ASY.S, Y, 



BAILEY'S PATENT 

COMBINED 

WASHING AND WRINGING 

- MACHINE. 



PATENT RICHTS FOR SALE. 



LtJE LODGE, 

B. A. CHAPTER, 
COUNCIL, 

KNIGHTS TEMPLATES 
In foil »tf,or linsl" «U for Imlivlaoal member*, man- 

L ....... , rt .[ I,-, .11 I.-,.! ■,,-.r-„. r .-lily :>||J Mi.ri.- 

, .„.■,., 1 ,i! MI..1.1I- -Ml- ' 1 rii-j. 
].....!,-, Iimi li. L-.:-LibC.i|uii J ii..,eh:irL„Qiiiil! l Li.-hlf, 

"cbBiiiora ""j Councib futolthod u[th Robel, nod all 



r>. NOROROSS, 

SO. 1*4 SACRAMENTO STREET 



fe PIONEER ^ 

Riding- Academy, 

LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. 

oroboToJMltAOii. SAO FKAMCISCO 



ight of Hope, nod tend forth tt 
nail apncoc lo .-,.:., D noo tbo eouo 

• «i:jir R?oooai etm;M^j and ki 

WOIull it lb.- •'■■-- ■' •- - '"'..I — 1—- 





rpniS NAI'lllSE ti ADAPTED Tu ALL KJMD3 Ot 

.'i''il"','. ! ,,..' : b"'ii'>.'' ■ ■ 

COVEFIED WITH nUBRES. 



bo opa EVEftV EVEMIMO, <: 



"■''"■" V.-'".'':i'! ; ii ■."'"-: '"" '"ii'i ' , '"i''f- , |:K'i', 1 -';.,::'. ;,. 

T„ J. H. J . ■■ !)(., :i. II, K '■ ■ I- Hi IV,. I:! ,a n: L ■■ Hi,-. 

OATTTION. 



i,' ll i!'iii';i,»iiL. u . ■ 

Also, Hyde'i Patoiit pMt-SriTor, 



KUne'.l a n-.lr Rtocrous etm; n Oj nnd iind no ul II s'elDck. ' - 1 : ' ' ' [ ' ' ',.'"' "' "','^ c .\ , * rt , 

Uj;.|j .1 1,. ninsii- 1 L..I- tu.;; rl I l Ij'^/.',-.,' ,'. '. . "[ ,'.' ? f j',' ',' ' l . V.'r' , : - '■ l" ■ i- '-' '^ i.'l ', ' ' i ' -'".",',. - , ',.'■' ." ,'„ il .■■ I .1 '■,. '-,'u '■ ■■■'.!." 

Ultden tv iLi trL.:.jUl iorro-.v; f I maad duilBB Ibc J.j,cu, rixeWo luxiuclinu « Bijlit 1BI 19 J. H. JOSSELYH, a. D. 



Saddle-Horse For Sale. 



L.jnil bl'ccnbuu.l.bijb, biicb't bay. with a mr w<i 
.[.II, blr..| r™i; ., ,,-;f«I coBllemao'l borso Tho 
„HnerirA!ho! to coll bio. lot waoi Of oto to; him. Applr 

21 Panne r Ciileo 



WOOL, HIDES. AND SKINS, 

I»1JU?Oll£lSOC3L 

AT THE HIGHEST MARKET RATES, 

LONING & FUERSTEIN. 

BO FROMI STREET. 



BUY ALL YOUR 
X) I^M ONDS 

OF 

t u o k: e it: 



so 



THE 



^IllPOBNIA FAMS 



WHolesale Produce Report. 

lut report there baa b«o hm a lini 

It Grain Martat- I" r "" 1 " 1 ' n , t " 
, n a nafaTorabla «oathr.r our receipt.. 1 



Dim l,iv. to Mb-bE »«">." I" 3 ' 1 ' -'' tl! 
ito, Eepbjr, Soap-nil, and I«F~" 
E Bg l«l. m.rkc-l. II i< "I™"- U "" ,0 " 
log ,hl r r*r> b.re, through arena in Hi 
cored (be balk of the AYhcat thy rcquu 
nboro named ship;, and fu,lh,;r rt,f:l11 
nr.ro am for early (hlprasnL If Ibis u eo 
bare hat lb. month, of Dceetaber and J» 

Aip b. h irpw fl»i i» Febro.rj.aaa fl " ren '»°; 

April (Ibo months that large- Alpmenti "ere iwi 
lift tut), our eiport d k man d will bo hot tnniiiic;. nnl1 
iultaad ef high priori, lo. Henra. -111 mln, ««r b»l 
j, ml ad aad borne trade -ill oet reentra oil that w« 

'II h ve oi hri I " : .'i I' 1 ' iH" JI '' .i| ''" ! ''l '■"'^ "''" 
on. In mow of lh» state of ll»»B». "-a (, 



r only to 






before they take I 
lit receipt, fri 



,1,163 b»lM;H.l.5«u 



B < un,Cd»-.pB ffi! 
Waol.ceBic'neFE) 103 



San Francisco Cattle Market. 



B*r.r— Am-i-lcu,. iir.-t .m..l> .;■;■- 1 '■ w; -<> qnnl . 

F.'y. ?J (iniililT c-dl-: tfpanWi, 1-1 -lunlnj ''-1 - J 

omIIiv lc $ ft. 
YaA-firtl qualltr, Se@Do. ■ 

Docs— Stock 11 egs 1) to — ; f»t Region fool 

Jo; DrcJICtl TelSiS*. 

HorrO*— lie ■■ 1, "■r^'>. «-: .r.lir,? to iie-alitj 
BlH-tn Co-*!.— IjI .1'iili'J S-JfftM; — qralllj 

*1S@S!S- 

Retail Pritai It Waihlngloa Market.— Not. 



Tapoworm Ond Moasly Pork. 
Boston there is a torr le" ncd German, "■ *• 
nlnod, Ph. D. (Doctor of Philosophy), who U 
itine fata life lo the Mudf of laporrortns. Dnr- 
ibc Uiat ten renra he bis dissected more than 
i animals in aenreb of these singular pnwiltas, 
the rnets which be nod bis collaborators in 
alive ascertained, arc ex- 



il.ii Gild uf it 
ilnglj-curi 



round in nil classes of vorle- 

ditforcnt specie., of animals generally, having dif 

f , ,i T-oies of tnpen-orms ; Ihnl or Iho horst 

■ em from that of Ibe ass ; thut of the ,1-ch 

thai of Ibc goal j and thai of the rat fron 

oriheraoojc. 

ic common human tapetvonn lives and grow 
e bowels. Its bead is provided with, foui 
• r- nilh n cluster of little hooks, by menoi 
hich St RUaches itself to the intestine, thi 
■ds down, and 



hiog tb 

t.j.unli.p ■ 



Tha. 



c skin. 



\-ill.,.r 



.IOL.ll 



a breuk otf, 



l.nlh in ILL- 



rokeu off. 



joini. Tbe joints tut 
Ts a compleio living an 
enec, frequently, for n t 

Tbo cms pn?s i.nt hv itis fiiici-s, iiail '■'■■' >•■>'•' 
.„, . , / lint fib, 

juii.t-' uru eotenbj some hop, or if llit-ir c-c. an- 
it,, ir B-flj Into the water that is limnk by (Wine 
the egg hutches in tho hog" 



i of sp 



»,bym 



)ro their rruy thtouKh [he. 
:sselB and enter into tbe t' 
■c carried into lli«) m„-c 
"■■- v !-" n "" into a curious ai 

.,,1 ucck of ,i l.,i„u,n Li, 

easles. Ii'lio. I, ■i.i: !,■■■ 
irk ttos caused by Ibis 
otitis only iviihin a lev.- 



to tho naked 



s Ibav 



B Of II 



.tlfoneoflbes, 



nnd the rings begin logro. 
'"^tbe™* eeies of ta ev 



IjlaltcniniDiii' ..■ 

l.-,il i-> dii'.;»t.-,l, while ih.' liviiik' hoiiii and a« 

r .,i Lin in... ,ln in If- '.in-:, v, IllM lllL. il.n.rk i. 

. the well-knon 

living in olhi 

thehnmaVtapWo™. They nil lire in intestini 
of vertebrated animals [animals with backbones 

developed. For instance, one or Ihe lapcvrorn- 
or a dog is hatched in tho stomach of a bate, an 
another in that or an oi ; ond the tnpewotrn or 





these is a narrow worm with books on it 




bnod parlicolarlv in Teutonic nations [Uer 










altnos 


solely iu the Swiss and the Sclavonic na 


















of 24 


cut. Tapeworms have been found iu sheep 



100 feel __..„. 

It is doubted by come phvaicians whether lapc 

[.ruljiit.lu that they ots. Ttity are ccrt.tinly p.;n 
enlli nceorapiinicii either by cortbro siiin.il , iK.-i 
or nausea, or indigestion, or colic. Tho grcn 
remedy Is pomegranate hark. — [Scientific Anicr. 



■j T.'!;;:t'.. ".. ' 



Sr*nyt.t!ft. Aon 
f October, 1S5U 


cntrniiM. Coheoe.— On the Blh 
this institution was formally 
spices which Indicated that it 

isbment, but also an important 
ansa of agriculture. Tbua far, 
drawbacks, the chief of which 
-n :-.., in the disturbed political 
country, tho College may bo 
justified the expectation of its 


Ooo vjio; FuWito^wUmoolhi, a perfect p 

.M „i U-. mi '■.,-. . i. 1 Ci.ltc, Burh.io, » 
' '/■.!'■'. '„l t) . ! * V .: *T-. i ' ' 1 , T . ■ '"*.- : ' m .'■ "i ■*' iho .cri bat nlUi 
Smc loquhu.I the Firmer Offlee- 


spite of many 

condition of tb 
airly paid to bav 


Plea-e Mention Lh) Firmer, 
rocclriof IhillnrurmaUoDlrom thoF^BHlo. 







FAKM STOCjtjto- 

. Full-KlDOd Merino Sliee, 

Splendia ]Buclss 1 
CRYSXAJj^PAIiACE ! 

TnouKwaoWAflTTHEpnoaK-^afi 



TRAVELING. 



Pacific Mail Steamship Cumiiany's 

STEAMSHIP 

Golden Gate, tfffifr 

BABT. COMMASDEH 

ON ivi:iiM''."..i. n«. it, iboi, 

to O o'ctoel.. A. N., punctuJly, 

^'*on i^A.isrja.TMA.. 

i..n;.ii "-ill 1"' r.inii-.i-.. I'r.im I'.nmn to A'plonUl bj 

j-i ,„■ , ll,ilr..i.| (.'.., n i-.r..-. ':■■■■ I.' -in .'■ r ■■"■■■■ill tu hVi 



Well Bred Stock For Sale. 



HAVIKO A LARGE BRBEDINU STOCK OF 

SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, 

SOUTHDOWN SHEEP, 
THOROUGH-BRED TROTTTflG HOESEB 

"WOODBUEN FARM," 

Those, do.ironj or pnrohasioe, can bo supplied at any 

Alilernej- ana Ayrshire Cattle. 

II, AlTCilBSOSr A1.SIAHDKR, 
riMl Bprltiff Station, Workirord Counlr, Ky. 



^ BAMS! gj 

FOR SALE 

HRE AKD THOROUGHBRED 
S j3- ^ O 3ST II*- AMS! 

Fcom specially Imported Stock. 

Bererenoo at Ban Franelico-HY. OBRSTUITO. &c 

Coontry Address— Nsiiviilad Poit-OfBee. MontoryC< 

EUOE.VE SHESWOOD. 

2}.2m San Loreoio Bancb. 



California Steam Hav igatioii Company, 



Dtparie't dsFIy flat Broadm) vi" 

CABBriNO 0«TSD~ STATES MAIL. 

llr.taor ECLIPSE, Poplola K. C. M. Cho^wltVi 
« COKItKLTA,'c«pwlorLConMlnL 
'• J. UHAGDON, Coplilo D.B. JIoaeDy. 






Valnahlo llooi^tock For Bale 



ESTABLISHED lflSO. 

AGENCY 

OFTUE 

Mission Woolen Mills 



r tho MISSION 
I Id Iho trade, that 
vldj dUpatcb Onto 



GOLDEN STATE GENT9 L0NQ-3HAWLS, all Wool, 

plltO Or .-rnl.ii.:. I 1 .- r ..'.; r ■ . 
TWEEDS._doublo and ilneie nldtb, ill Wool, and oe.1 

KA FLANNEL?, all colon, and or intra quality i 
OVEHBHIltTa, rartrty of Pmticrat, lliCJ, and colon. 

of Selected WooU nf Ciliforoli piodnclloo, >n 



AGENOI : 

511 Sacramento street. 

3 D. UcLEKHAK, Froprlott 



COLEMAN'S LINE, 

SAS FHAHCISCO TO 3SEW YOBS. 

^. HAVIKG ESTABLISHED A LIKE^^ 

CLIPPER SHIPS, 

Tosail reflnlarlyfrcm San Francisco to Kbit Toft, ^ 

Shippers of California Produce, 

Frelgtlt will at nil tlmea lie ... I. :■ „ on U« noM 

Goods from tho Interior, and from oihnr Ports, irtll be 

received and K.firarJe.1, l'r,-' ..f C"lDfflioloB. 

ADVANCES modi, undHliohlo McrcaaadUr tucaljardai 



oin rah tri ul" it) facnlty- 






ouldh 
from the same causes 
ou sly upon tbe mattrir 

Iom of some -f tl 
i hiTc buckled aaWB 

■a that it !;■ alri-.-nlv 
„ — _ various tniiinr ,iif- 
rii:ullics thnt hovj iu [.mm tnn^ure iinpr-tlcl it; 
i.nr.itr 'if useful [].■.<!. Thi- !i|.[,..;muiL'in r,i" ll.niiv 
Onilerdonk, Esq., id Uh- I't^iikTi.-j ,:,f il,,.- (:,,ll,-',.. 
is ui..' of ,1,., v,iv hr-.it lli,.t cniilJ l,aVL-li;-u ill-nil- 
Wehaveknorrn Mr. Onilerdonk for many yean, 

have reason to con nratn lute '.he ll.vinl olTm'l.i, 

■I'-rli.;, ..'I'lii .■.',llir,cliii!i I- 'lb... Vr.-.i.:.,.,-..- ,-,[ tl,',- 
Maryland Agricaltaral Gollc E e.— [linH lt„",;il Beg 

Tun Biout Spibit.— In o recent prirato letter, 

troat prevails! generally among those nht. 

the times, and "" * 



Four Hundred nnd Fifty Acres Bieb Land. 



rican Bwea Wanted 



The British Reviews, 



it Ufa t 



. ,;huri.-.he.l otj-.c 



t the light u mud, oa possible, 
conmenced to hloit chlororbrm 
iVhen it iras dlicorered that the 



;fore toko H away corli. Selec 
and, and • ' 



;. I, ,■:..:, ii., r„i,=,.|,i I,, Hirow u way nil ji.iBt ini- 

a begin where ire were ten years ago. I do not 

■.pi-l I'. ..II ..unuirli .r„ i: l: ,(„. ,,. U , noi [0 pnT lh( , 
nteteil .in my uull-iv, l,.,,i,|, , [,,. ,.,,[„„ eip(, nBCJ — 

ui.ilif: iilii-.nl. And ivliuTi 111.: tnni limu cotnes, I 
Ishtobe prepared to reap „ re-..-iinl. uml | N |'i, 



cry Utile or tho giving 



..(i;i.,-T<ii U f these onimalst 

<'J io Sin 1 r;i;u:i:;.ij frnm llio Amour 
r...ilin t ;..ii„^.;.-.r,:-i,l,.riililc Bttc " 
■ii-iT- .,l;er; nt the Hay. They arc 
in entirely diik-ieni briicil rr<.m tliosi 
I the Korili of Africa, belog capabl. 



TEE LOHDOH 0.OAETERLY (Conwrvatlvo). 
THE EaiHBlTBGH BEVIEW (Whig). 
THE HOBTH BB1T1SH BEVIEW (Fres Church). 
THE WE8THTBBTEB KEVTEW tXlberali, 
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE (Tory). 



it Bh.cki.,K.|-. M.^.ni - 



Better than Preston & Merrill's 
_A_t Less Prices ! 

Yeast Powder, 

FULLY GUARANTEED. 

IP NOT SATIS FACTOR*, THE atONE* WILL ] 
"hvaUjohbo^™"- 



HUCKS & LAMBERT'S 

CELEBRATED PATENT 

H & L AXLE-GREASE. 



MECHANICS 1 INSTITUTE 

First Premium 

UNRIVALED _4XLE-GREASE. 

S. P. BAY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 

Have A it anted fhora their 

I^ii'St-elass I*r*izTa 

FOR SAME. 
Bat however gratifying to the advortbors to hata their 

"HOME MANUFACTURE" 

thus dlHlneniebcd. 

'from tho Ei 






tho domnml for thoir NOW POPULAR 

II ci L AXLE-GREASE 

HAS A10RE THAN DOUlll.ED DURING THB 

PRESENT SEASON. 
And nhilrt tha HBnofactnror3t.B-or thoir gratorulthankl 

to all thoio friondj to 

"CALIFOHNIA PHODTJOE" 

beg to'ay that no pntofwlll l-o tpttted in fuluro 

WIDE-SPREAD REPUTATION 
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST 

Lubricating Medium 

FOB TYHEEL.GARRIAGE5, ETB., 



FAMILY MARKETING-. 

SW1 No. 1, Washington Market 

rS^-Qg Fomlllet thni dalre tho very hen tladi nt 

Frulls and Yegetabl.es, 
Itio. 1, Wagtilngton Slarket, 



LE0MAI1D SCOTT * O 



Tlie 13est Cliiarir Known 

JEBI?8 PATENT CIWItN. 

TnE 8AHTA H03A AMD ALAMEDA 

r..(" ll'il.y!,-'...,!','',, 'lh" K'f Clltp'- 



ilraio^lirough 


L 


iini Pl-AB.— We have 


end aevernl tlMcrlp- 
















Thc particular pear 


may be "ashed 


.or 


^nlneK^n , \neb'er C |oo'E 


three pound a, men- 


















nlng thruogh a 


ino 


e than trro inobea In di 


n]etcr*t T t_' f th| ,1 k B 1 




Ulll 


orth.to.rJL_rs.BJu 


in Preja. 



_ _ .lfallci, Seed. 

8000 ^SSl SfSStvSSSg"™ ra,n * 



Breeding-Mares Wanted. 



-achino for Mnkinff Wine. 

lr ^"i. "' "'.'"'' v,l ' : - ,,h ' '■lA'Hi-'i^ I-. wi;ii:-MAt;r:;o. 

■■•■■■■■■■■ i" - ."■-.'', . I |^i" l i'""'. ;,: -"i'. l ^.'-'i^"ir'."';./ , :"'":i 

monrajiid .n,^,,.,:.,;, Lt |„ | „ u , 1 , | ., iClllijll ^tbi-Tnitl 



"WOOL-GROWERS 

OP CALIFORNIA. 

T"wnVi ! i I l-!iK?!S[f.?S' AHi^T.SLL 11 ^ califohhia 



1--,ll.'l 1TION, I. 



; ; ;«;ft'Yj.SS^SSf^^SI,S£S 



^rC'SSSs^z 



LARGE WASHING-MACHINE, 

n AJLAROEWASniNO-MAOIIISE .WITQI1EATKR 
furalorcJ llaol':' 'l^ riin '>■'''' \^hj\lf^° 
bargain, by oalling at ILL. UBhio, t.h ro it mlx J* „„ q 



-ITT-- ALL Y OTJR 

PEARLS 

OF 

T 1J O K E » 



P. S. DEVINE & BRO-, 

1'KE.UIIM1 

K street, between Sixth and Seventh street?. 

SAORAMENTO. 
^o.,con.ianll7oahMU,o a rmadnio orJeroitM I 

Orders from the Coaniry promptly attended to. 

" " -P.J.D.4Bro,hav«reoolvedDiplovoaiBndOaH 
ledals at tba savoral Slato PL.tr;, and Irora tni 
Mcohanloi' Institute. " 



Pnxohued at tho Highest market BatH- 



m_ _J"''i'i*"''! 



leilster a. 



iner or aainw-'S 
MwjnIlUoiMdW*' ■ 



the i'v. i-Minco, and thei 



Pore Inn Ago UK. 




VOLUME XVI. 



■^z^^r^^r^^^«*> ° mmER go - 1861 



NUMBER IX- 



lbs Bxmnlnation nnd Exhibition ol tlte Col. 

le glate Institute. 

; You requested m 

jf tbu Term, of 



Thr 



,..., ni» Very spirited and interesting, 
inloguc between some Ihirly lUtlo bnya plensrag- 
■ eniwwDd the exercises. The characters repro- 
mtcd by George Stone, Willie Von Pelt, nnd E- 
orr, deserve particular mention. Tbe reading 
f the "School Boys' Journal," by J. Hull and P. 
7cinmann, and the "Young Amorl 
tevens nnd Samuel Allkiro, Gni 
orotnrao for the afternoon. 

I. K(t f;TlAMMErjFi:XKH.-].^,WmSTSDAVEVENW& 



IfHx 










™. u v. 


AIES 


-Smijft.ii. 






<uui>» 


ConUala, and Win C«ini rt.a 













The principles he so eloqucnUj- 
hould be felt by every educate! 
aerienn. I observed throughout tbe ommioa- 
m that Ibis young gentleman appcaredtn unasoul 
vantage. 1 trust he will adhere as cnthuiio 
ly io the practice Of tbe principles ufhia 
to bis theory. The acting was excellent 
. the "Soft Answer," the character of Ibe la . 

using. The 




Ooodyoar, and was eloquently 

Architecture, by 0. 0. Rucgo 



Jo'nby Rev. 0. P. Fitigernld. This College 
Is professedly a rcligioua institution, and too aim 
of the Faculty 1b to make it prominently Roliglous. 

Hate. 



ou Architecture, by 0. 0. Rucgor, was an The l^nstinjic liavu a line large college and eiten- 
ably Written paper, nnd was gratefully deli- t | FI) uruuijJs, hn'1 inii-nd id lit. unify ibe college. 
„ A achate between R. G. Parks nnd James I aad make It one of tbe belt in the EIOW. 



83 



rp -pr -p n a jTTTivvrc."gLZA— P 1 A B M ^ ^ 



The Crops. 
VTt Gad oa article under the above caption in 
theN. Y. Triboneofibolnst of October, which we 
copy, as follow! : Last year, in Ibe free of an un- 
dampled harvest, prices of breadstuff* in this 
«ouatry remained high, and such quantities u 
were within tolerably easy reach of the seaboard 
(bond a rendj- market nil throughout Ibe Sea 
True, tbero remained at the opcaieg of this Spi 
in sf it« ol the enormous eiports, a large sur 

amountiugsto onc-bolf of tbe yield ; but in 
soy times the juperflnoiu stores wonia'nMi 

fabulously great. England had in ISGO, pe 

tainly tbu wont of the past fifty yft 



TrenlmoDt of Ship Timber— VontUn don. 

Tbh dutily of Umber, is a very good in del of 
iU strength Bod durability. Timber varies ! 
ipccific gravity oecordtng to Ibe nature of the soil 
apon which it grows nod tho climate n which it 



The 



r grows In dry 



tropical climates. Teak, Jtfnun «>, ebony am 

mahogany— the very hardest woods used in tbi 

arlj— are tbo products of the tropical regions. 

Jinny persons caicilato the etioocouj 

tlm strongest timber grows in (hocoldi 

In selecting oak trees for shipbuilding 

iice.1 skill UrcqnisitotoJqdBBorUieirBgo. Those 

which ha™ attained to their I 

their heartwood of lire same den 

throughout; those which are overgrown and those 



..cl'l.ll h. 



is about 40,000,000 of bushels j but I 
1, 1*60, to August 31, tStJI, Ibey bt 



Britain. For this supply of tl 
traa exported gold, or Its eqniral 
of 560,000,000 or 580,000,000 of 



==iMy . 






a whit 



Vjulol" Jjiiunry our export* .if bn-ii' 

o been al "bout the r-ile of ?;.! .'" 

Fveeki they 5001011111-.= r ■.■..thing us Li; 



_., i tbe tt 
things bat arrived, of an uninterrupted act 111 

18(12, and what art the prospects of our fan 
Our WhEBl crop, taking tbe wholo country tbr 
is good; perhaps quite op to the average; th 
harvest has been line; and tbe Indian-Core 
wonderfully so- Supposing that our 






)u rotten," is an old and trno adage 
rcge tabic world generally. 

ipense connected with sbipbuildi 
urebnsc of raw materials, but for 
ranging and fitting tbeco togelbor. 

try [ir.ivi.king, the """ " 



■red almost us> 
thofafungns: 

ll.ii ccairreil it 



nd model, n 






" Mr. Bob 



■ EjJiiior] oribL"Ki,. : yflupcdia Eritau 



flfor ) 



He 



juldni 



if Indiai 






1 North, nod all that! 



of I 



in ncerue,nndit is , 
ortbour while to estimate how large thy I 
ely to be. Tbe latest accounts from abroad, 
h The Mark Lane Express, show a probable 
ucy in Great Britain of nt least 61,000,or- 
5 of grain ; and English grain-buyers 

rid at tbe earliest opportunity, else i 



ition of metallic 

ed. Timber prepared with ci 



t and tberef 
: dock yards t 
salt water did 



e thus a- 






1 mostly all 
n proposed 






I;':!.; 



will be 



ing ship limber, and Mr. Hi 
ms up tbo most practical and best systems in 
words, "seasoning " and "ventilation." 
The timber most be thoroughly seasoned and 
led on shore, and after beiog made into a ship 
nust be properly ventilated. The closely packed 
jbors and the double planking of war vessels 

This is the reason why so many frigates re- 



1 ,„,„! 



laudre 



ml oft 



inf.;. 



r by what 



15 by the past. £ 
itatc of the two 
c count Spain, Be 



Respect tbo Earth.Wonn. 



; culled "slop builders" or 
ravages of dry rot much better than the expen- 
sively nnd elaborately construeted ships of her 
Haj.._-ty'_- dockyard i ; nay, mere, these -artie ship;, 
von when const rucled entirely of green timber 
ill last longer than a government ship built with 
ic best seasoned oak." 

This is cicccdingly important information. Tbo 
i.-aler durability 01" tbe timber ,ji" tnerchnnlBhips 
1 attributed to the spaces left between the timbers 
and the planking by which ventilation is pro- 
nnted. Tn secure tbo greater durability of war 
tsri'ls, it is suggested that -paces be left het-.-.-een 
he timbere, and that currents of dry air be main- 
air,.;:! through tlii=e spaces and between the 
danking. On nil wo.-.di n ;leain ship; [.crfi'ct veu- 
ilntion among Ibe timbers can easily be mnin- 
uintd by n small blower worked l>v the undine. 
.reducing currents. Of course the Lull xrill rc- 
tuiri: tM lie constructed with united channels bc- 

_ The new gant.n ,■.-■ v.- hid, have l.nlv been built 



thus. 



J space 
urine a proper n 
of their timbers 
made against It 



left i 



The foci 
irrledly'n the old way "for tb 
licb soon became useleyj f 



this difficulty. One of the best, a 

■ (Jbnrlc-i Mcliurn.j, K;,,], and n 
Boston Belting Company. A . 



LlTcct it; water mo 
englhoftimevrltho 
be destroyed by 11 



llierUO. 

th eto.ntili 
uahl oL.-viM 



1 any or tbo ma- 
indeed, it could 



Iho SUo of Farms, 
respondent Agricola writes tb* fol 
s subject to the PctalutoB Journal 
to articles published la that pspoi 





rcli- 






















or winter rains making it too wet 




all the plowing to bo done nt the t 


yiug 


high price of limber in the valto 












ing purposes, namely, land and I 


"nhli 



h,..ij,' ., t.jjin, tool; and seed. But Tew who canii 
b.re t.i live l>v forming, have bad enough, afte 

|,:uiiif L'TpenjL'J ol" Ibe pa.;.- ,;'<: by ii-alir or .'lev 



acted debt for land and appliances 
though with good prospect from 
of produce, soon lo pay od" their e 



:, -bnnl.i 



The Got 



uiidjed 



ml Viiiy acres is tbe amount ndaptcd 
po.e- ol Ibe f.imily homesll-ad. But this amount. 

is mure than con be tilled or managed pr.itilauly 
without a good deil oi hired help, and it is ques- 
t; 1P s.Sle it n^thef the failure hero has notrcsull- 
od from the attempt to Inclose ond rare for too 
ranch. F.fty acres will allow tea for orchard, 
tweoty.fivo for fira.n, beet., etc., o:.J i. we BflOBo 
for paiiute. But nber. good oroblo bad nnder 
tillago will ..eld from f.ve lo ten timci more food 
for cattle than by poiturnge, the deciond hy an 

bills Bod ciouoloiBS. l"Brms or Ibis ice (fifty 
intelligent, rending yeo- 



ory, 



f the I 



e democracy, 



bough the Dixit aristocracy might depreciatingly 
lennrninate 11- " tumll-llsteij," jet our position 
rill be approved by all who are influenced by 

,ny to oppress jure rficruo or otherwise. 
"Wioes BbortlcL be Modo without augar. 



romen ond childre: 



Iho world, and that to weaken with waler, 01 
strengthen with spirits is downright nirjk.duf; 
The grapes must br fully ripe, dropping off ripe 

and lu render llieui r-ii ti,e viaej must grow 01 



grapes of good flavor til 
thirds full ; then £11 11 
pound of sugar to the 



I filled and closed up. Drink i 



Santi 



junty held a meeliug Nov. 22d, 



the It grai 

desire lo onilo all the farmers of th 

in a purpose to h.re.,|-(er -i..-li-> 

: -■Ungresolve.l, "Thu' 



Srpetnnl; 
Z. with 



. -more et-ur ,1,,.,, they f;„i= e . Jt r , Cht 

n« t ' ik '" '"'' ll,ir[ ---' ; " >"'ars. a field of 

1 ud b half, TrmT"he mold dffehawU^'aB 
f ptcsiiuear, and in annlh.r r-j... is,., biver tLM 
coranlat^i in eighty years, was from u 



1 Brunswick Agricnliural Kihibiiion wri'ies a- 
"" r _*_ i ", rcen . rd !° ? »P ecin "!a of the West Hlgh- 



tlejustibeac 
' "icir Jeadl 

t.nlly,.. 



tie which he saw 
oa at Sui 



Highlander, from Its rcss 
tiom given in the boo 
ni, turning upwards at 
" limbs, h eery tfuiggy ct 



. Hardy, beyna.l all „,|,,. r |l r ai-,h br.id. 
il.rif-y, fi|b.,i:lia v; on lb, eu.^r-t (.„, ;,,,,! ,[^0 
'- - ' cef which cummnmb a bii-l,. r |.n. ■■ tin,,- ., 

i, we have often wondered why some of ol 



.' boil until tbe ejus i, disiolvoj, [;„,„■ " (111 , h 

■-■ : '- " r '-'■ ■ -'■ : -- '■■ '-iJut- wi„ „, 
aa4 other ormy horses. J 



1 eta ted In L'Inv 
centlv been ore 
s at which b wl 

.and ibeo this 



for drlv 

under the m 



i.-. i.Kli. Th. 

system of 

State hy the uso of 
ive task on the 



a utii-yj 



rhiebco. 



,Clh,: lari 

ing benefit ti 



main, it ; ami for ibtje.und othcrrensoos, 
;em ought immediaitlv to be abolished " 
■■ ' -'-ting or the iiuiMi on tin, 12th 
.eider tho subject, the Mercury 



hould ni 



'0 it n| 



,, but 






.- l-;il, .„ 



tbe coffee crop or tbe Sandwich Islands _ 

to i>.iy '.v-.-ll tin. year. Over :iu,i)00 pounds 
alreaay bya ..|ni,|, t .| ,.„ I[,„,„ lq |„, ,„„! lhu |lkkiru , 
,'""" '-biitja-tl,.:,.,,,,. Tl„..e..lfe...oliio-. ,„,,.,!>■ 
r..|tiy...,„,. ir... . ; -, Nl ,. : , ,; r ,, ,;,,., ;. ,. „.,_.., . 
hove not yel been alfecied by tho bli 
Is plcuty ol lend 10 vary tho planl 

succession of voting crops, in a' mc 
blight, which fasti 



u the old 



sthot 



ptnali 



la Ftnu — Tho largest fan 



inclpally 
n lllino 



How n Poor Boy Got BJob- 



Mr. Jacob Slra 
putntion of beii 






be soltled iu II- 



tucd lo increase c.icb year, iinlrl 
e"t]'iii'r.-.li| l '..,lovur lo.ij'iuatrejol laud to " ^tate 
f cultivation. Ho has ono farm of 7,MU" I'-crcs, 
nd another or 10,000. He has usually e.npb.y.d 
ome U"H to ;iui.' men. and a large number of 
,ors C! . Every vcnr.uuiil, ,01(0 r.ceaily, l,.:M.,ll,d 

„„!, r ,„,;,,.,„ head of cm tic, nnd kept oilier 

ive stock in proportionate numbers. In this 

. W raUfi "™aolia%, and" still hale and hearty to 
nioy it Uo ha' one curri-li-M, in Morgan cnunty, 
ome sit miles long. Lately he has not hecu 
criutoteinW iw" 'eVwrilcs tho following 
u ,„ . at idTim lo farmers, in tbe Chicago Prai' 
When yon wake up, do not roll over, bat roll 

imothv nnd red clorer. One bushel of clovor to 
en bushels of liniolhv is sufficient. 

Hake your fence high, tight, 
t will keep cnttln nnd pigs 

irush, moke yoor lots secure, 

rom the cattle ; for if tbo corn is clean, they will 
alii butter than if it is 








a band — if ho Is a poor 


hand— all you 


mil* 


;tn. if ho h 1 














Alw 
ho In 


ays feed your h 


"ih,''o.; 


ell as yourself 
e and sinow of 


world 
















nd 1 
















Wh 












odsplilyour « 


Inltn 














S which you w 




i slop the plow 







Where the wind bos blown oil" lb- siiliiig, 
patching tho roof of your houso or burn. 

Study your interests cKistly. «ad duu't speml 



nnd high prices of indigo and the great demand 
for dying fast hluo woolen cloth and flannel, a 
cotamporary stales that thcwoolca dyers in Hamp- 
den county, Mass., aro buying up carrot tops from 

th* farmers, pay i lie a\ III.- rale of twelve or lifteeo 
lollnra per acre, and using them for dying blue. 
)nrrol lops yield a -pociei of indigo, Ihe same as 

urable, we think, as that of indigo, hot it re- 
uires a great quantity of them lo yield 11 smnl] 






It o„ .. 
inlaro called "the roruso pn 
ils," good subjects for ciper 
h toloriiig snhstilute for it 
irimsOD, drnb, green and bine 

not fast colors. What is 
■very to render nnilinc-hlne a 



which is composed or Cm Ms N, the manu- 
■0 or indigo from colli tar is not a hypothet- 
ical proposition.— [Scientific American. 



How Sacramento was Flooded. 
A Sacramento paper makes tbo following record 
of thu particular causes of tbo Flooding of that 
city an the Otb inst. 

About a mile or so below Brighton, nnd some 
three or mora from tho city, Is tbo mouth of th D 
slough, which formerly discbiirpc-d large quantities 
full, past the Fort, 



.ugh I 



OUgbs; 



11 ill, tho 



1 in l* r .l 



was again d„j,,,i 
1853, nnd from thai dale with.ioo.l nil thefloodi 
since until Inst Monday. But tbn wnlcr rose 10 
high as to run oyer tho top of tho levco at that 
point, nnd ci'Dntunlly cut most of it away, again 
opening tho mouth or tho nld slough. Tho only 

past tbo eastern limit? of ilo> ..uy, eomes ihrough 
this (lough. Tho bank of tho river, from that 
point to tho eastern boundary of tho city, at 
Thirly-firat street, is high, and rarely ovcrfiWj, 
''"'"vougb the garden 



ivo feot high, ( 









ndone 



it built. Over 
eo the high lide on Monday flowed, foe 
y a milo and n hair. There is another 
near the Tivoli Douse, which opened ia 

ind, stood the high froshtl. 



mil 1.1 be borne in mind, nr. 
ts, nnd really hcyond its 
have before slated Ihal the 
at [Irighton with such fori 
ds Ihe cily; it passed dow 
erty ridge. But that whiui 
itl.'of tbe Fort slough, and th 
levee ut and this side of St 
Iv towards the city until it I 
hirty.first street j it followed 
.hward until the railroad i 



:si.!eo(ll 






il control, 
ntcr wnich rushti 
, did not flow 10- 
Ciist and souih of 



id as it mis' fully as high as 
a-as forced over tbe tap of the 

; afloat in it until breeches 
;h that levee, We have ci- 
hattbe filling up hy a solid 
:e required by ordinance (0 
he railroad, and wos so left 
.s first built, was tbe causeat 



-estle work, tirst built by the l:..ilroad Company, 
s the law directed, hod been permitted to stand, 



norate limit-. A lillb- »j|.t inii'lll hi 
way into tho city where the lovce hi 
lown for road purposes, but not anonj 
Ittentlou. The rtsroii.-ibililv of tbi.- 
ind destructive overflow is, tbert 
.hargeaiilo 10 the selfishness of the rn 



Arrains iH Abizona. — Siuce the dlsgmcafbl 
urrender of Major Lyndc in Ariv.ona, to on inl'e- 
iar force or volunteer troops, another disgrace 
has happened to tht, United States iroops in lhat 
Captain J. W. Mooro, of the United 
toons, with a force of infantry and cav- 



aueiii.- of the company to 
but neglected tt 



sated to tbo Cour 



I. ,■ [,..TII,it 

■.vi.-kt-.-lnefi 
li.-.i dtlliot 
i.,11 of del 



e often spoko of the danger, 

1 rest until tbo supreme folly 
ic act of closing the opening 



,.,.- For 



in ell all 



1 lire. -km 
1,,,-irinc . 



e then ftivlor has issued a 
a,- Arizona under ninrtial 
jrnor af tbo soma lu the n 
Confederacy. 

: Phioes or Wool. — The 
irkinda of this article is c 



IHYDRAUL1C HOSE 

MANUFACTORY. 
1 11!) First street. - - aiarysvllle. 

ZF 1 ±irst T»rf< m -i ii -m , 

THE COMMITTEE OS MISISO IMPLEMENT^ 

at the lut Annual Fair of the Acrioultural, llortl- 

culturol, and Mechanic^ Swicly, nf tho Korth- 

Firat Premiuin for my Patent Machine 

FOB SBWING HYDRAUHO ntlSE, WAGON COV- 



llhndl,' 

11 ,.rl-..n- 

d, wounded nnd 



carefully com 

d. and prisoner. 
I this It appear. 



illcd, ti,78(i wonnded, nnd. 3,830 

Total or killed, wounded nnd 

idc— 8.B80. Total of 

rson thortbol side— 



'..i-li..... [..„ kiiif :-.l: i,..,,, Wall,,:, 1 , Lalt,. lo Vir 

utnialJUy. Tb,y,ar,y si, hundred uU e:o:l, 

and it lo ivortl, ,ev, n ,],. M ar, per b„ ndr.tl. Tlo 



e tha Eacietj'r DIPLOJIA, slgne 
President, uud Ciia.. M r Gobhah, 
nmitteo was eorapojcd or U. Uai 



.My focllltios arose 



rn Maryirillo for 
sst in those Mac 




:oads oi 



Eattport (Hnino) Senlinol makes joyful 



ton. >l l.,..n i...,,,,.,-. ■[],,. total ,„„„(,(, „,- ..,,.;. 

11 ':'".'■"■ 1 o-aa..] l,y him \; fto,!,.,.,-,,,,^ .-■;,„ 

"' -'' ■"' rf ' : . -= :«-=-J I" be v.or'.b .-:io „, r „,-,.,. . 1LJ , 

10 rnar^ Y*°r " "^t^i KCiZw rBbhTwlif V™d°al«. ^""V " ^ lb ° *™ 
bogs, and fa, ea. llo I, s.id to be worth SI^O^u'. 1 \Jo^"' ft C0U P lE of "*** >™uld piodu.e 



MRS. D. NOEOEOSS, 
Ko. 144 Sacramento atraet, 

Aeoie Montcomery iliwt Sd« FRAXCISCO. 

LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. 

ui- U ""- , '," l vin 1 ^ ""V rC;rUlor born"' fJBCSiTUlt- 

ia'lb.'u'iV."" 1 

' ■■ ■■■.■: ■■-. ■ I '. : I ,■ ■ ... . 

. .EeraM 
a..alM.«!ththolarfle-t 

mat "*l an IndoW 

UNDEH LINEN, 
HOSIERY 

UNDER CLOTHING, 
i«U floods in onr Una. 

MRS. D. NortOROSS, 
3 No. Ml Suramonto stteit- 



BUY ALL YOUR 

J E W JU L H Y, 



TUCKEB, I 



= 5 r BCE CALIFORNIA ^'AEMBB^ 



83 



Cnlitovitia |Jotts. 

XHB IHDIANGLOBT OF 



CALIFORNIA 



The Indiana of Lower California. 

Food. 

'bit eat foodof TmioQS kind;. »n'l mm 



i'uy ibemio 
human llesb, 
,'«D (badger), 



sod finally tedi 

hi food for tn 

^i Spaniard* 






lot Ibn second crops, 
ivsges who inhabit :oi 

licb till now remained n 
tals. They attach a pre' 
1 flesh tlrey can procure, 
,cd, nqd sirall 



±-K- 



andaro 

.'"tI'. Till' IVOOI'M) Ul t),l:= iril)'- N = 

jug and [ailing down i.v.r Hi'-' '1" 
dora their necks and wai.-l= n nn n 
.nd band B of pearls, little fludl; ('." 
Utile neares made of -*■ 



jail c: 






leather. The Cochicra; 
jug, nor dress their hoi 
ionefl, cicBpl with n ipoi 



E^ed ana 
id's like the othi 



ids of 
rl iaaette 

ri.r-lu'i'i. 



T' JBjnvE 

ioT ot hie having performed bie pari in 
nj'on of irnnn emulation aod jud K oel 

ii,'.'-".-|..-i,iir,i.'" Tbe Fathers ot Uht 
certain feast d ■ 






Thev dance I 
or any 

,.,^1,1 ,r 



n-iihin li- 






efest 



y fow, ranking a\ 
tinned basket (ban 



h m a clan to another, 
igihnnd agility. [Th'ei 
ct'V Aim Ciilifornii ' " 



■';" ■ ;■.',■ -Vr- .,.-... ,n .1 l.r Ibc, VOHI.D 

■"'"■'■■-■ i'l,..|t jnlinl=, ,in-l lliu oibi-r ti-,:d 1'V Hj" 
■„..„ ;;.-.;,.l„ri,u-..l, [.it.i'i.y.. ■;<' i » ih "'! , " t °' 
The baloa and porringer arc itigcnlonslj- and beau 
Lifully and strongly 
well pi ■■■■ 



it (yet 



fins basket-work, or 
threads and shreds of pal 
other planl! 






- the 



nr, ,i„.l : 



EWalloived, when the 
Very strangely no am 
heard <,[ any of tbcin 
te=:. Often when tbi 



of the cord oui 
„c minutes, th 

dm it, and re, 

"t mj\ooXdg™l 
i;'ng soDb^a ln f i 

jgetber, when eigh 



"'"""' "i'l it ii iiaallv consumed. Jfanyjif 
Ibi J,-';.jiu and oilier S,„miord« would Hi " 
. the troth of Ihil ceremony nod practice E 
, Sad seen it wilh their o«u eyes. Tbi 






bm c 



ir food t 



ind of i 



.or dried ii 

lb',"',,-,' ,'- b ,li' r.,.> = ted, or often more property 
^ii,;, In,,,,!. The inlets und ;«Ji tbey use — 
' generally routed and ground before eating 
L-Srink, they uao nothing elso but common w 
. rHoneJ-dewtorwbattheJcao^eallraanna] 
P Bills ou the learc; and twigs of Iraa, In i 
Jlny, .n,d ,i.ir,.., .■■!■! i-i G . t .'.l.v 'o.igbiarier^y 

U,'"i "i .liUW- AH-i L'ulifornli Suite tribes wbcra 



Or nir 



i Hani' 



T-l 



They bi 
^otngures, an'" 

.i:ri thin-., ■ 
adifrom Ibo 



and light) that t 



eoted w 



,;.-.] if. 



*0 



ndmittida pi 

iviib fruiis, i- 

food, so na 'tt 
Tbv ivivirs, oi 



■Tl, 


K 1 


;"■ 


0"Og 

tbiog 


ot 

'ii 

lo 


roper 

often 

al! of 


rlei 


y that 

M«tlj 


Ii. 


hands 

The 

[> with 


"to" 


■.■: nb 

The 



TO THE FARramO INTEREST! "•'"'■ 
JONES & HEWLETT, 




ved, by all tt 



hioe etc. TThe description or tbeir hows, 
t; fi'bing ulensila, and aoch thiugf, agrees 
=el T with those of our State lodinoa, as a so 
method of hunting, fishing and forrlinp; with 



inge, ninong tbose of Ibe La- 
t tbe bride, by wny nr earnest 
bowl or jug, called by then 



iiher nntioos, tbe 

o; hut tbeao mar- 
u the part of tin 



■0RTER3 AND WHOLESALE 

GROCERIES, 
LIQUORS, 
Provisions) 

HARDWARE, MINING, AND 
AGKICULTUKAL 

IMP LEMENTS 

Plows, 
Harrows, 
Reaper a, 
. '^SSfFl if'' Mowers, 

Thrashers, 

Grain and Floor Sacks, Baling-Rope, 
Powder, Oakunt, 

Shot, Tar - 

Fues, ^ ltcll i 

Cordage, Bosin, 

Marline, Blocks, Oars. 



;;,-.„ 






s, and CI 



Is of a 



red stic 



a foot and a holt long, 

■: ni.ii ,l..-t.lilv, lb:it tliL-y Kill i>r ni.iiiiu ,.,.■■-.. 

iv, ..i.j.-i .dmLi in. .- ;.;[ l "^^ r n 3 n ir " °" 

.-.'i'.,'- ',',!!■' lb. ir '.,.,1.' Ai..,ib.r mode of buntin 
.j,, n \ r i„ t,,]:.. tb.. b,:,.,l .■:" ■. 'k-.i. imti.L'J]- ." 
...iib ;l„ l, m =cin and fismLr il on the ehouldei 
of n hunter creeping along tho groi 



lived b 



ss, Due 






ground. When Urn ann ii 
tbe tret.-i, ,ind wlico tbc i 
tire into cues of their 
mate a ca 



!r (of 



y other bed than tbi 
tybot.thoygctundei 
.her is cold, they re- 

»ns of pTants, etc.) 



• three- feet deep, wbilo a generality of thel 

- s, Bvo feet in dianintera 

v.-IjL--Ii ■.!■-!' iV.isiilv -..-illli- 

from tbe sky. The UiesJ 

. difficnlty to make them 

towered bouseF, as tbey suid thoy wooli 

suffocated by the confined al 

ecame accustomed to covert 

icd ibi-muincli better than tl 

, e ir 0K n habilulioi.5 tbey nlw 

ir the fire ; every time tbey awake, thej 

J fire to warra themselves. The men i 

lEpi.lnil lb*. Rnnni^.^, .„. 

ncd the Jlissic 

miL. b mMTiiti'-.iiiftti mil 'lii'i'J'iliy !■-, biiov.- !■,..,■.■, 
OVtrtoli, ■■- The hr-1 lir..|.livlu li.-v/ iii'l'J'.'.'l 
p::X r,r ;l l,,i.!|.-. '-s.cili-1 lb.. ,;r.;n,.:l lidU .il- >-!n- 
their ■ i ,i. ■, -.,bi,.l, CJ u ; -ed I bun 10 throw Ihl 
■.way in great disgust. A hoy a Missionary had 
clothed, became bo nsbnmcd of tbi 



,'. ;.,- ■„-;.. ;■■■ ,.1 i,..ri:iilliniMli,- di = f ui.,-;d lmntL! 

, , .ir"...- ib, i.i ...n, n"- '■■'■■■' l :- ■'"'' '":■" 1,UI11, ' : ' r,J!L " 

.-'...i|..llH-,.ib'.-, n= v.-L-ll "H.,li .1. by Hit f.il-ie .Wi- 
lt j, (rulv .i.imii.ible, Ibu .iui.-l.il.;; uitu v.-bid 
ll,.-7 v.ill iiilillibly ,l..l.r!iil[.i- tl,, iign:-. 
.-; ;-,,iv ..I iiniiii.ih ,.f in, v l-u.l.i- '"II"! In" 1 "'' 
,:-■ . r ,v,-i i.,l.i-, nr :..f r.ivadly ur linfli.ii.ll; 
,,:,,!;-;„ .„ L ..tlheit intent, nc,u...,tb, n ,el t . Tl,. V 
,-,.„ .li'iiTiL-ni;b ill.., nten.il.i of war, Dahmg, 
ofeanh oftheir own tribe, os infallibly n 
could do by a written description. 

Tbey 



-cmcly ill and vfcok ; and this farco would coo 
noc for tbrce or four dajs, dnring all this mbil 
atching their trices at tbeir maternal dutte: 

irnnt, and in other labors and offices observin; 
n more caution than ordinary. They frequent! 
estroyed tbeir ebildrenln seasons of scarciii 

ot tbi" practice was slopped bv the r.ilb,.-; 
[Glivijeroi- ' 




T'!! : . :.:',:' 



i-;,in","",,ii .vi^" ii. li't'-'Vi.iiit^. -ii.ii'-T 



xisii-'if; 

. it. ItlOHAKTta, un' 
lilfllAfll'S. " li,:,lv ill--:,l!-,.l by - 



WILL CONTIKUE 1 



A. H. TODD & CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



PACIFIC 
FRUIT MARKET. 



3 £ HEWLETT. 



.V... 






,- Vcnogns, B3 to 
- wives' delivery ; 
:omedy lakes ploc 



irricd in a basket-wor 
in be Inid down, or be 
■soiled, from the shDul! 



l- ib.-ii 



9, that 



L jutted by tbe Father, nlwnys 
before be presented bimself a| 
" aary Bin by repealed at 
___.!, IbB Jesuits finolly succe 
lbeir necpliyies to olotbo tl 
tbiir LiU-ilness. 
f Tht irbufn ore far more de- 



ll go 

'i'eks firmly bound 
inol leugtb, cicep; 

mdo of o light, cor 
it purposes, and tt 
dies from land wit 

;,lv l,r,nintr the l-il'l o; 



i,..k-!.f tl 



with ci 



:j wood are used fortbeaivif 
iy will orton go four or &• 

. L.._ *„ll --^=301.,, null ft 3 



is It were ioto tbe profound depths > 
; of Ibo Bay of Jlagdaleaa. 



. of their employments fo 



[In Ibuii 
I differ in no 
rtof intbislndl 



S ■ 



to defend tbeii 
ind then put tbi 



■■_, Lord, -bid 



Attention, Hay-Balers ! 

BALING- ROPE. 

LA SUlf "FEADXES5," and other Hi 
1,5 Sl'rr.RIOR EASTERN BALE-HOPE, 

irujioutoiuit, ,.! ~;; i i ;::| , '-;;, , ^:;; ::tt 



Plant DEavly ! 

Seefl ! Seed I Seeil I Seed I 

&5* A LAtlOE MO NEW ASSORTMENT .onn I 
WELD, aitASS, HERC, AND VEGETABLE SEED3 
'mb"'''' 115, P * " DC "™" JQNEa AlflEWLETT. 



fnbmclneFralu of every varlcly 
BDEPAilTMEHT 



AVeU Cleaned Grain I 

FAH MILLS] FAB HILLS 1 

T T, ORANTS PATENT. ISIPROVEB 



3 i HEWLETT. 



Sportsmen t 

I > o^v^:lel- 






Of 1' 






Their feasts, dances, 
Hie cbiefa— what Olav^... 

t nearly precisely tu tlioeu related uf o 

in ibis'ln.liiii.jlcjy— llie .liverirenci; 
cant. Vcne K a; varies _very Hub, i'hji 



,1 tbeir Feslivnl:', Vum-jjn 



i: wa3 the day 

triboted tho annual supplies of animal skim 
women; "All the nclnhboring 






trti-j .irtcte.l a spacious nrbor, from -bicb lln-y 
iibrurcd a broad ..ml b.vi,l ivay for rn'itr;. Ilitber 





inn 


bmtbul'asi.i 




it! 






, 




'entr 


atcd 


lbem=clves n 
of the nrhor, 




place, drcsset 


y, an 


Wl 
9 


h irlld Tocifi. 
the hunters. 


he ski 




,bib, lli„ v.-on 



knowledge 
cuijh thcmselve 
deplorable bllndnc 



aowlcdgeof God. 




if imago worship resembling tbe Alton or Foil 
an found within Ibo booadorieB of tbo ante l£ 

T |,i,er California of the .Spaniards, an imnict 
inace or territory eiteuding from the Gila to t 
Oregon line, ami from the Salt Lake the Occ 
Tbe Spanish edition of Venejras says, this i 

ire, or demon, or God of Santa Catalinn, 1 



Tbey neither wr>t;,hi|i„,l i.oy tr.Mit'ire, nor ba.l 
,in-,- rq.re.-etil.ilit.iis or im.i,-eH of till , diili-.'. 1u 
whom they paid any hiud of ,iJ(,:,ilioti. Nor lind 
they among ih^m i.ny n-nij.k--, ur.u.jriv, ali.ir;, ,.r 



ManUa Oordase 

,L ^JZEt OF EASTERN UANU- 



-'•',11 



13 i UEWLETT. 



WINE! 

: CELLAR 13 ADMITTED £ 



RECEIVE WISE OX STORACE, 

OK E"OH SALE, 



Commission Dealers. 

SALE OF FRUITS 
Fear Years, respectfully tolioii 
Consignments from an, and all 

Fruit-Growers, 

Who nisli to dispose ot their products in this morket- 

j. hhvast ima. a co.. 



MARK I '"^■"l -'■ 



. . S.= Fr«ao> 



SEED, PLANTS. ETC, 



CALIFORNIA WINE I 

C AKD. 
VistYAnn, Los Aneoles Co., Ca!., I 
March SI. lEfil. i 

PLIED T'J IIY ACtlHAlN- 
„jt the Stan for of WISE in 
ruby nutlfy Ihom, as woll as tho 

Messrs, HOBBS, GILMORE & Co,, 



To tlie Seed Trade 1 

J. M. THORBURN & CO., 

3.3 Jolin street, 

NE'SV YOBK, 



; .VAi'.IX=r.illli 



ired by ran at LAKE 



W '^ ft cellars, 

Nearly oppoiita tho Railroad Depot, 



Something New. 
HALSTED'S PORTABLE 

CIDER OR WINE MILL. 

fTMHS IB A C.tl.ll uTI'll! ISYrMMJ. OJ'lUIMMl 



Port, Angelica, and White Wines 



; VEGETABLE, ^S 

Flower, Field, Fruit, 

THEE SEEDS, 



FO R SA LE. 

A VALUABLE HOMESTEAD, W1TJ! 



The Plaza Stable, 

DOWNIEVILLE. 
RET1CKER & MORRISON. 



il: ; 'vi^:,'iH'ii/^,iV,i ;,■!,, mW- 



1000 Acres of Land, 

130 COWS, 

A Good Milk and Dairy Business, 

For Sale at a Great Bargain. 

PLENDID OPPORTUNITY IS NOW OFFERED 

' 1; ",^'"!i^i J |i^",:r-.'. ; .. \'W.'.i,™'- li.''iii..- IL.iiv U.i.i- 
rlC :,,.. l .ri,it,:r,.l Ir, .-,ir Sl.Ho TU„ Italian fel Bear 
-ui-.m fitr. '--Him. i,-,.,niU ,. Thuic i. WO news »r.*d 
I. .,,1. ...11 !-:i:-..|.-.iln-!, -.in bo bad - «■'■ ' ' 
„„j l-JO.-tlMt L'DWS f'.r 5-.J 1Kb, 
i-lno nad Bollor for fucdinc Stool, L'Il 



C-AMEN-EWMME FOR SALE, 

» FiHE GA[ti>i:!i.>::i<i im _i:. or f.M'.icm- f. 



11,.. 11, iry U,i. 
" ■'|.p' 1 ',.'r...: 



ThoTltlo 10 Hit Lund n.iJI'iDl.ortyl? nndonbUi 
ii V.v„ ";,-.. r ■~.-\ -I '" s ,.:r "iniioi thta Eon also.aodtho 



l 'A -If. 



I, l-.jl 



BUY ALL YOUR 

COLD ORNAMENTS 

OF 

TU O E E R I 



84r 



"THE CAL I F OENUiMSi 



Cjre Wifcmia |arnur, 



IDAT. BHLSOUn. 




Now Buaini 
Fenoiglil : 
me, day and 

avc found tl: 



thai if longer con- 
nn strength would not endure it. Wo 
Ihv entire t Mr* of the Editorial deport- 
tbeselecllon of oil other matteri wo 
jur own bookkeeper, collector, travel- 
ing ngcot, and have answered nil out own corres- 
pondence; beside those duties ire bnvo canvassed 
for Ibe journal, end given time to dominations of 
;, garden;, and vineyards, and all tbo many 
rs connected with our enterprise as far as II 
possible, and often beyond oar strength. 



* "New Year" wi 
aistenlly ask tic 



^t, os wo can say with pride It 

rltb nny Journal of the kind ii 
other State. 
Mr. Phillips will from this date tn 
e publishing and principal busines 



debtadt 




sw 


ihbu 


tlittl 


effort 


It is a 






irhe 






to good 


dvanloge, an 


a jib 


OK 


need all eu 












Bench, 


as 1° enjoy 


the 


•Si 


day 




-tha favors of too jeu 










EilK 


much mure 


plea. 








remittal] 


» than to be 


obliged to 


gee 


riend 














Perhaps newspaper 


Mm 


maf 


biak 










dot 




Thousands; and doit its 








-earnest. 


We nope U. 


,.,i 


mil 


be eo 


ougb. 



The Loa of Stock by the Flood. 
"We desire to prepare a Record of the Loss or 
.Stock of oil kinds by tbo Flood of 1861. We 
therefore ask of those who bavo met with such 
losses to famish us with a list of each kind, and 
their value, so ihnt we moy register the some. 

experienced by thu Farmers anil Ranchmen of oar 
Slate, and shall be greatly obliged if they will 
give us as many particulars as shall be considered 
"by them worthy of record. We deem such facts 
-of great importance for future use. 



A Merry Christmas 




Befoei another ii 




r.lnnr 


sal the tn 


Christmas wilt hare 


come, an 


. old 


Santa Kin 


will hare popped do 


to a tho 


sand 


chimneys 


Store pipes Into the 


leening 


uoms 


f 'little 


ten," oud la some 






es," and 


rilled lots or "stock 


ngs," on 


: and 


r Ihc pil 


•of many a dreamer a 


host of 


eautiful things 


veto not thought ol 


tilt High 


befor 


will be fu 


Trith the waking tc 




the e 


res and I 










Oh, "Santa Rhus 


' wbota 


i less ed creature 


set, although rongl 


in the 


ilcrio 


nnd str 


looking, thy heart n 


ml beg 






so many hcnrU g! 


d. Bu 


there 


is onolh 






with 


bis dsy,- 


Birth-day of our S 


vior, the dawn 


of the ocn 








the new 


Savior is born,"— c 


rknets 1 




earth, nn 


light and blessing 


f a Eel 


einer 


came wit 


jojfol tidings. 









i Arrangement of tho I 



intil V 



t the oi 






n tho i 



,mly U: 



»""-■■ 



e often delayed nnd hindered in 



In order, therefor 

these heavy dot 

rcugth, an3 give • 

wbcrehy we could 

terests of this groc 

o hove thereto 



to relieve ooreeir from some 
s, nod regain our csbausled 
rself full ecm'maod of time 
i over Ibe entire Slate and 
y after tbo o!l-in;p:rlont in. 

science of Ag. 



,. Ml. 



a this 



lotcil 



us in Ibe GiMi-onsii Fabhei;, J. K. Phillips, 
who has been in our employ ns the Foreman 

whoso competency, ability, and falthfaloosi fur 
:d, when wo say that 
for tho period of njflf ytort Mr. Phi 



isForoi 



,-!i.!.. i !■; 



icof 



biiitv i 



islness generally, and in our i 
kindly commend him as one wb 
fully served us in tbnt importon 
period of eight years. 



iv aid w 






The Storm— Its Benefits. 
•'Good nut of EtO-l" 
'Look on the bright side," Brother Parmcn 
Thi.nii.-ii ycur Farms r,!:,T be flgoded, ond you m( 
iave lost snme of yuar Stock— your Horses, Ca 
lo, Sheep, or Swine— yonr Hay nnd Grain : yt 
'Look ou tho bright side." Yonr lands that ha' 
icon flooded, will bo tnricAt J by rich Alluvial D 
iosIis, and the noit year's crops will bo great 
ncreaacd. Anolbor^ood : tho Gophers that ho' 
lone you so much harm, ore nil destroyed, old. 
tod young; you will now be freed of the Gophers, 
ignin, the neit year was to be the "Great Grnss- 
lopptr Year:" these Floods, these heavy Rains, 
Till effectually destroy Ibe Grasshopper; hence 
mother "Blessing in Disguise." Tho loss of Cot- 
tle ond Stock will servo to increase the value of 
those thut remain, io that you are as well o(F os if 

but that Beef Cattle, Dairy Slock, Sheep 
rinc, will soon advance in price. Beof Cal- 
ve already risen lo valuo, ond Sheep and 
will follow suit. So, Brother Farmers, 
on the bright side," and murmur not at the 



Let the day be hallowed and kept 
d»y forever; let parents and children 
beacon-light that shows us tbe path from earth to 

We desire lo lender lo allonr renders ond friends 
everywhere the customary greetings of Ibis glad 
day, nod hope It may indeed be a joy 
them all; may the smiles of a bencfii 



in then 



givioghealthandproi 
anlly blessed in bat 



■lore, and thu 

msoy nroand them in those treasured n 
love, and affection, and kind neighborly 
farsnees that ore to happily linked with the "merry 
Ottria tmoa Day." 



No Farmer sh< 
wail bis lot, unl 
ilmscir against i 
uly, be muil lot 
■ f a philosopher, 





PiograsBivo Labor. 




,!„,, [fcal ressols were principally pro- 




tbe water by paddles, to the present 


i '■■' iT ' 


power or powers that would relieve 


Mno from 


.■von- physical effort. 

„ efforts that have been put forth to 


carry the 


vealth of nations and tho inhabitant* of 




n the waters, have been continued on 




and from the ordinary lumber-wagon 




rvk-ldy hack, to the train of cars upon 




ya with their gay saloons for day or 




ogors, for lood travel, or the coovcy- 




rdmndisc by the thousands or tons at 


a time- 1 


the "floating palaces" on Iho deep, 


richer ni 


re costly and mote comfortable than 



What will Saotamonto Do? 
mebto will never he disgraced by the: 
Of Repudiation. F.ven though iu lores ted pa 



1 lo fi 



i yea 



d Labor of mon'3 mind, by til 
itions, that show "Progressive Labor,' 
inly relieves Moo from physical effort 
s it into a channel greater and mighti" 
elcvatiugnndcnnobling ' 



m himself. 



,unty and 
Ughtning 



io progression, alt vergio] 
j marks Progressive Labi 
ogrcssive intelligc 
modes nf cunvoyi 
ind its people, so in all tbe 
tents of Man's labor, tho 



fthoi 



is are conlinually 
I at first appears tl 
of all our forme 



mark; nnd while net 
being developed, evoi 
i destroy the plans on. 
r works ; a brief tlm 
ips forth Ihnl the grcn 
red by their invention 
■ Arkwright nnd Whit 
■omenta in the Plow 



cenu of got 


d that h 






e Labor. 




Among o 


her grea 



:ght gloamings of Progress- 

t inventions of tho age, tin 
ucs n high rank; probahly 



to be of such mighty importance, that all lit 
lions of the earth arc owaking to its value, 
as we said in our last issue, firs Inouiund Sc 
Machines per month were being shipped fron 
port of New York alone ; and tho demand 
increasing. 
The Sewing Machine is now tho Right-hand 

woolen, cotton, linen, silk, and even leathl 
and bad it not been for Iho Sncm 3 Mothint, t 
soldiers of our armies could nnt have been lb 

tics of the oalloo. 

Tbe Sewing JIachinc is estimated to have sav 
lo our country the enormous eum of soventy-fj 
millions of dollars, io manual labor, during I 
year 1B01. To strengthen, if needed, these i 
marks upon the value of progressive labor, ' 
give Iho following facts as relating to tbo Paci 



hat stain to rest upon h 
lay have befallen ether 
oud, Sacramento has he 



Whatever color 
ics, whether by E 
more sorely tried 



o State itself, proved hers 

o Capllal. 

The State Dapltol may nov 
yond all cavil as located /or, 
and wbolcvor means may hi 
every generous mind will feel 
saved tbe honor of California 
dinlion, nnd forever establish^ 
Slate's credit and honor. 



tried to remov 
hat Saurnmonto 
by spurning rt 



Who ei 
has nlwnys been tho 
tho flood tbot immc 



ly suffer n 



t herself. Thi 
is devoted city 
gnreof'fi2, am 



o city for 
d Hoods ; 



it immediately folio? 
lii months ; again, in 
yet though often "ct 



nil other citii 
ersclf "under t 
rmpolhy and 



outpouring of tl 

generous or this 

Slate. Even Mar 

sends forth her generous si 

aid. This is tho right spir 

terest ortho one city with a 

thn glory of oil, for every o 



Slolo will stand oui in hold relief, nnd tbe nam 
of those ciliiens who havo come forward in th 
bonr of her gruutt.,i. iMhimiu- should bo written i 
gold and placed on record and preserved for po 
lerity ; while those who could aid, but would no 
should be remembered only with sorrow and r 



We nr>' l"H 
haps in Ool 



B Of 


llio 


S an dw lull Islands 


rivalo 


lell 


r, dated 


Nov. 8, lately le . 


D. M. 


Whi 


ney, Esq 


.publisher of lh B 


Advo 


:nn 


Ilonolu 


roductlon of nice 


Snga 


In 


be Islan 


s, and (heir cap.: 






Dr. S. P 


Fnrd, a practlcluj. 








ow warmly | Blt £ 


fling 


hoc 


tli ration 


nf Rico, to which 




1ICO 


refercn 


es in our paper,. 


nd to 






o and Sugar, p er . 


Ion, to 


o, bu 






os re 




raZcr 


re, but vfbethtrlt 
p, is the qneslioD 


doub 


bn 


tbnt y 


u would bo routh 



sugar plants linn 






7 year In- 



capacity. rj w 
mnnufactnro of this great slaple is unly in it, 0(w 
ginning. Yon will probably see the day wheuwe 

stead of two aod a half millions, as at present. 
The handsome price which California and Victoria, 
pay for this staple, is sufficient to enable oot 
planters lo enlarge their estates, as well as inffl. 
cientto induce now copitalists to outer tbe 6elJ 
as fast as new lands can be obtained suitable tm 
tho business. Foreign capital is needed, ond at, 
live labor is abundant to mako that copital pro. 
due live. 



Tt-cKEit'a OrBKIsa. — A great crowd of our citi- 
eus havo thronged the mngniS cent jewelry pshuj 
f J. W. Tucker & Co., every day and cvenui[ 
'«h a lo^ 



iill.l .\i-l 



costly mil 
is full of t 



t tho 



and skill or 



any, and embellished 
re, these with ctte 
i most costly wares 



: th.r will ble«. 
ecupiod by them, 
intof clothing n 



San Fran, 
orked Ilka 


tbatl 


oiler right?" 


such God- 


mewt 


b tbiB basket. 


1 alt's noil 
hluei, and 


day." 


But there ore 





utaides largo amounts of c 


nthlng, provision 


ate. 


ese, a. largo 


river boils aarrr all ortlolc 


free. Tho Unl 


nn( 


re, both for 


day stales that tho amoun 
I o that lime, for the relief 


reeoired in Sae 
rsufforersby tho 


flood, 






Till 10, of nbi 




other arti- 


£22,710 III was in cub, o 


nd aboot $5000 


nwol 



o lightning rapidity of the Sewing Mi 
ith case and pleasure instead of the old v 
and drudgery. To these can bo added, as I 



udgoi 



spend in murmuring against fato and 
of Providence, would have mode the 
it in this calamity there may be cast 
isa has come loo sadly, and loved on 
floredby sickness or death: hero i 
e deepest sympathy of evory feolln| 
o only refnge and relief, Is a calm si 
I are past Hading oi 



Oomi 



Loo of lb 


o Ho- 


ey-B« by Flood, 


Alas, poor Bono 








(ate; thy genius o 


od 


nd„ llrT 




and thy "sweet eto 


os' 


lor tb T 




beea jwept away. 








sands perished by 


the 


flood t 




buried thee. Wo 
















•cores, and hy hu 


dreds, have 




by the flood. We 




dasko 




•tillered, lo for* or 


.us 




nnt of the numne 


lost, so that we co 






■well as of other kj 


DOS 


f stock 








cr; if 11 



i your 



spent a. part of It 
iveni like a Hnn- 
h desponding; be 



rmed of the facts, that there have bee 
alirornin, nbnnt tiro theutand five It 
io lUonWEs, of nil kinds, during lb 
; and of these, the Wheeler k Wilso 


conn 
mdred 
Pat- 


e whole omount. This fact I 
oily nf these Machines, for nil p 

by tbelr use in the mauufactu 
Jn, linen, silk, and even leather, 

been successfully applied in la 


urpoae 
re of ir 


h they 

ho fn 


material for Bedding, and adv 


tted f 



IV SlOCKIOH. — Thi 



ewjecl 



■i to they can all 



tbe shipments nf one week v 
000 bushels of wheat, and o' 
flour. Who can say that "Ci 
our breadaiuirs are greater I 
regretted ibal 



from Now York, 
e equal lo 2,000,. 



is It will t 






iu..ri:,ir 



oeivbd.— Wb hare he 


n kindly favored 


"b 


aver" 


ckogo of various Sc 


eds gathered nt 


UlU 


" ilc 


ints by J. tfoyt, Esq., 


to whom we re- 








were as follows: 






daoma enmple of Col 


on raised in So. 






nine county; the op 


en boll presents 


Uk 


new a 


fn fine staple, these 


d being full and 


au 





of the national and 
II the counties; thes. 
■, making the beck n 



cntcd by Mr 



n completely, no matte 
;hluo Is not cipcasire 
■ so fur foul f.rnin whi'l 
irywny, lo clean 'ihelr 
lo send a machine I 



'■■■ ''"■ '■■'■'.' 


20,1.00 lioe Itoou.-Tboso who want 


us. There 


hop yard can be supplied with fine root 


■H1D1V ll,!|l 




clion'io'aU 1 


the Fiukin. A lot of 20,000 roots to 



l',:l,ll. McJLc^l 

IrfcturoitnWi 



I.- Hcsiit r.j.,1, 
liao," said bo, 



gleaming with gems, 
resort with heavy purses to select for kindred and 
friends their Christmas and Sow Year's presEuls. 
Wo saw several beautiful articles which costing 
fromSlOO lo S1000 wilt make many a recipient 
hnppy on the coming holidays. This establUh- 
ment may with truth be called the finest Finished 
store on the Pacific Coast. The present slock nt 
goods is eitcosiro and costly ; though it costs 
nothing to walk through tho store, we would ad- 
vise those who try it to havo "long and drtp 
purses " to meet Iho temptations bo lavishly dis- 
played. 



"On, 7 



: ll'lrllC 



D*y."— Tho 



,o the clothes pins" 



fashing day is 
domestic lire." 
; "Mary, bring 
a me with tbii 



almost all done away by progressive labor; 
burJ lime.': of ivajbing day is past. It is almosi 
pleasure now, that Is, if you have a Bailey's Pali 
Combined Woshcr and Wringer ; Iho work doeJ I 



reader will learn of a kind | 
t does admirably, and i 



Stoiie hi SaS FoaKcisco.^A handsoat 
tbe very croirmV.7 article ot agonllt- 
i. A bad hat spoils all; a gealecl 
ir will make oven a shabby dreis look 
J. Oellins, Ibe original "Englo fill 
in Francisco, in I8B3, has nowopeaed 
d elegant store in Tucker's buildinp, I 
s bruther, J. 0. Collins, thny are : 



off ove 



them the very 
; burned outi 



■ gent! 



of a 



nablt 



origiually on Commer- 
5G ; nftorwordson Wash- 
iccntly of Lnmoil It Ool- 
Collins Brothers, under 
i Do. The talent sod skill of 
hoy ond quesliMi 



; of h 
ends will n 



! tho 



n glad lo crorf 






Set, of carved block-walnut (most »'" 
nod at SGao ; others, 8-100, 53S0, ;300, 
each; also, Parlor Sets, 5500, end down | 
A now stylo of Ladles' Work-lahl'J 
he Ouba Wnsbslnnd, very chasle. Then I 
r Goods, will well repay purchaser "" 
irticnlarly on Ihis House, before 



nnjiai 


Win 


.—This 


Beverage Is becom' !" 


only 


nd g 




a publlo favor. Mess* 


Wi] 


anis k Buck! 


r aro sending out f<*| 


innl 








nde. 


It is 




uperinr article, of gre*' 




ngth 


And as 




the \ 


iucya 


duf M 


. Woolicy of Oakland 




Mar 


f Mess 


s. Q. W. 4 B. i> nod* 



Samples of Grain. 

Sous of tho finest Samples nf Grain grown « I 

thu Statu can bo seen at the Office of tho Faov* | 



Yg^ XmfOBNl I]FABMJB. 



85 



The Flood oi 1B6L 
roeacutnrn) and Floon", [torn all a«n 



sudden. Then 

m Id the mountains, 

mlho 111th Nor 

id tho higher r. 



ir ,up lu tbo Uth Inst, Brs 
,, tb°n 11 henry aurl ware 
, "delugo" «f 



>.'!<"?." f '.'.' *! ! -i' 1, -V , r"'--i l i"n-.N \.' m .-M'--i '■!■■ ■ ■■■-, ' '■..v," 1 -".''.' 



id tuhiequeully that near lbs "hole °r Um 
p Valley nod i» tributaries bid been swept 
llcr „ n ,lD E peat loss »f M* " " aU " im_ 
jruclioo erproperly, by tin (uddeniicMi nt the 
er. The Valleys of Nnpannd Sonoma wero 
or less oferflowei), but the Ion «" oompara- 
11. Tho Sua Joauuln »nd Southern counties 
„ t « bare boon eiempt from tho flood. But to giro 
Cwi account of tbo flood. and the loss, when. It did 
^or would bo impossible for uj, as tho "napeTS aro 

^can rose hl K bor than ever before taowB, and o«e 
rtowodat Breton. Hi. b.ehly P™ b ' bln *° "* 
aid have escaped serious damage, bat for the etop- 
p, „, tho .lough by tho Railroad Company. A. « "■. 
i 1ms in tho olty is estimuled at a million d0 ' lln 
„, srhlch seems not UB.K-J ">>» »» _»*«; 



MufjolWir, Kentucky, t> ™ 
F,d*raUr™pi, uod« C^Jorkj™ 

"'■ Up™ Tf - " 



fined. In Ibo Honso. Tho bill 



id by Lorojoy and 



For Elegance and Usefulness Com- 
bined in a Present 

For the Holidays- 

buy -a. 



;■„ V.. ,. l'.'rt rc .. Monroe,!. onrcmoly 
is tomato n'drmori'lriti'r, ,-u Hkhru-n.l. " HI, 

bis~"forcos Tho Federal bare onuwttd Tyb« 

1 irueil tbo light-bousc, and rendered tho situation 



..j- ,1.^1,., 



>octad to 






Docks bnvcbcsn l,r,, .u;lil in.l |il» 

riiumbuj, !■' oh=tmei tbo l-VHrro. u .™,. - — 

-lr./, I ■■Turllo" is nlto nt Columbus, to "run dOIto 
Lbc Federal boats. ]U . 

Il,m Ilia I'vot-kMl'i -trooglh, at Cenlrorillo, is 01 
hundred and fifty tbouiand, flod tor 



aaddcJtror a larj;e [.f.-p^rQ- 



okon through, woen tho i 



A -'Stnosn Ann" W*«c D .-Tho Union domonslrn 

li„n' it. llit ;."..n ii i?-.r'.lhu (».vl -il.,im lh: Ir.iilT' ■■ 

11 l-i :----rih Si .1-, ."." 1 in ll"'" fur ' h »7 l-f'rnv ll "! ra 

.^!-,.-.. II,- Ha!'.ii,'b Elau.l.ird rii;;bres, mtb, HO im 
egile, a good deal of tnilh, .bat "^l"".^"' "™™ 
?t ,i. -. ai .,„ tlmn half tho ti>netio. ..I tbu Sule i^llb 

■', rv ni.f ni (!ui llj i- Sl.il.: julborillri will neve 

,.„iE,,..ri„ ,|,i.-.jir.-ii.>D. i .r,Qclothoreisonitho 
oto in ihe man boat nilh tho Uniouiits." 



lDBiM«ii>«tei 
sdbythoprciti 

lb that tbo lol 



f ibo Mcrchant'o Hotel, with all Its o- 
jrtunaicly ihty escaped with thtlr Htoj. 


















w Saeratuenlo rirer tontioucd to riao to 


Eeveral days 


■J2 it attained about tho hiBhcit mar 




nil x Krien. brak oeturred In tbo Ea 
















Itoro danger averted. Latgo auniberi 


f mtpamnoi 






JLnilter iiyi : The storm whieb has 


r«m™«« 



laSundayand'Monday pleht, tbo sierra ™»^ 
' oB.^'aU tbo bridgei on Beer and IVeK 



od i,i°tl]..- ■!.( 
i,i|.,lly h; «.'b,i 



t, Fargo & Co'a Eiprci 



G11AVE3, WILLIAMS i BUCKLEV, 



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SACRAMENTO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DBY G-OODS! 

The Best Glass! 

At Lowest Prices! 
The Largest Stock ! 
And Greatest Variety! 

CALL AT 
fl't».V\i:LI„ BTAtV" *l CO.'s. 



P. S.— A Large Stock of Carpets Always 
On Baud. 




Original Eagle Hat Store, 

COLLINS &= CO.. 

HATTERS, 

A ga in 1-n "tH.© ^'ielci. 

(. COLLINS. rorraerlyorComraoKlalstroali nod 
1. COLLINS, .aloof Washington atteot; 

tUBTO formed » Copailnorthip for tho fSj 
purpo.0 of oaring on tbo Q 

HAT AND CAP BUSINESS 



Important to Farmers! 
ENGLISH WHITE BINE HOPS, 

....FOR SALE BY.--. 
CHAVES, WILLIAMS * BUCKLEY, 

Paoifio Fruit Market, 
u Sui Foascisco. 



LAMOT & COLLINS, 

Leaders and Introducers of 

FASHIONS 

FOB, HATS! 

Corner 3d and J ats., 

EAORAHENTO. ! 



SEED WAREHOUSE. 

(ESTABLISHED IK 18S0J 

S. TV- MOOBE, 

IMPOETEH 

WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DEALER IN 
ALL KINDS OF 

CARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT, 

Agricultural 

....AND.... 

Ornamental Tree and Shrub 

SEEDS, 

NO. 110 CALIFORNIA STREET, 



rcrrtbieg swept eleaa. Tbi 

....il.i ll.r Vlll,..-, ilili,il,iri: 

.v... II I...1 dujin,: 5ui-Lj 

,_.-, |,M|.! t Jrowo.;-]. A!...ii 

kcarelu G e. A f. , i-.u... 

frara°I^ng Lr' .Im-.t, :■■ ib 



if CJtlloand b....-.-..-in.:li |.crL-b..-l L jl,i.-l ,"..iiri... r.,- 
- . Many mjicbei bare U«n entirely r |ne,d. and 



Tiie BEST In Every Respect. 

HATS OF EVEEY DESCErPTIOH 

MADE TO ORDER. 



lira lo bo th* ntar in the State to Rionrrn^ 
and Huutkkate 

Peruvian and Stage Drivers' Hats 



HARDEN & FOLGER, 

PIOXBBH 

Steam Coffee and Spice Mills. 
Old Government JAVA COFFEE, 

Now In tbo clly, doaVrTin .-.Main ihl-i r.v.U> -'.n.- '.mdM. 
l.-.-.ji.i.flr..: il.. iih.'I.'M'^J IV i i.p.-H.L, ni'LBu/=cloi<d by 

L^ '-U '.'-"l "l-j'.-i l". Jr. ri !-'■'--• ■.'■•■ : r''....tM „■ Ir. ,:,-.■,.,.■..:,■:. Il:ti ■■!■■ 



IMPORTANT! 



REDDCTlOKf IM ODB PRICES 

O OA-X, OILS! 
machinery Oils 
CAMPHENE! 

TURPENTINE I 

STANFORD BBOTHEBS, 
Califoiaia street, near 'Front, 





r it is I 


ported that ee 


'-■ ■■'"■' 












Holy, li 


■:,: ,1 :: 












jA»!OCUtlun that 






3l exemption from Ibmr p 


opo.ed raeaiurcs. 




From 


ike East 




Tbo telegraph 




:"Uldop"oro 




■era! days bj- .i 






ly fnrei,be 




ws. Tb 






■nportod to have 


won mo 


o than half des 


loyod by fir 










.at Mason anil 5 


id ell ,eo 






and, bo 














L The Eastluh 
















Slvli.'lL TLi-y : 


y the sen 


liment ol iho B 


HI 111 ..bu. 



50,000 Cuttings, 

FOREIGN GRAPE-VINES, 

i Embrwlns about Twenty of Ihe 

« Best Selected VarletleB. 

MS IS" Our Vineyard Ll lost now rominelc 



TO 1^^^113X^311® ! 

mHE UNDEn3IQNED ARE 

PEEPABEE 10 MAKE ADVAHCES 

Consignments of approved Produce 

FRIENDS IN LIVERPOOL, 
ON TERY FAVORABLE TERMS. 



The Wood li well ripontd and the Cuttings of 11 



Agricultural Implements I 

OF ALL KINDS, 

-AT THE— 

Lowest City JPrices 

Wholesale and. Retail. 

J, ». ARTHUR h. SON, 



WHEELER &. WILSON'S 

First FreTniiim 
FAMILY 

SEWING MACHINES 

ABE ACKNOWLEDGED 

— TO BE — 

FAR SUPERIOR 
To All Other tt lii Use. 



HAS FOR SALE 
Alfalfa or Chile Clover, 
Dungarlau Grass, 

Kentucky Blue-grasa, 
Ore bard Giasx, 
Red-top Grass j 
SalnColn Grass, 
English Eye- grass, 
Timothy Oram, 
Bed Clover, 

White Dutch Clover, 
Crimson Clover, 
Lucerne, &C, &C, &0., &0. 

EWEHY VARIETY OF 
BEET, CABBAGE, CARROT, 

CDCiJlIBEft, LETTUCE, MB LOSS, 
ONIONS, EARLY AND LATE PEAS, 
RADISH, TURNIP, T01LAT0, 
BEANS, Ac, &c, Ac, 

Havana Tobacco Seed. 

COTTON SEED. 

GUANO from Johnson's Island, 

FLOWER SEEDS (300 Tarletles). 



(YAOINIHB, 
jinunoului, 

ionj-raou, 



nd In endless variety, Imported 



S 



Native Califoiola 



of lb..- Iln^li.li ].r-.n il...T.i„rb. |, ,p I o, and Cabinet 

"■■lr Un.i.i ill" mad., an t-l-.-jo-iil tficccb en tho 

- 31 -ji-:.iii .j0i:1 : ...-[.- l"il, I- ■lJ...li;l> ■:.., k.1.1:-,] 1U 



.! j,„l S ..,.. 



,i.,.| I v 



■ y '■■'.',-. -r NhMMivwhtraViivedal Old Po 

r.lii, ni.,-1,1. ■.,;. 1L.1 ,. |.a :■! «'"^ ,I J\^ 

turning up. Tim >'■ rc"r_-l II lijj- II-., ,1.. ut 111'- I -'Hi, ::i" L 
°!n"r,. "iheplgt et the n^Toe. was dl.oorered 
chJ Iron SL JiMjpb, Me., ttato tbnl a baltli 



tore Islington, anil attics: the rebels, 
abate are MM .Irene i the Federals bate WOO. 
I In Cungnu, In die Senate, Hall oEered a n 



BLUE VITRIOL 

Or Bluetstoiie, 

The ludispenaiible Articla for Wheat- 
Orowers. 

CAL1F0USIA SIANUFACTPKE: ALSO, ES- 

GL1SI1 AND PI11LADELPHIA, 

QTJAHANTEBD 3PTTS.E. 

,t tale in quanlltles, AT LOWEST RATES. 

REDINGTOM & CO., 



OUU In-.irapplledfer^o, ^ 



Sugnr-beet Seed. 

ANIKVOICE HI' IKKN'011 .-;[■!, M'.-lii;K.i- -i:!.l' 
Apply at Office of Farmar, 



North Point Dock Warehouse, 

STOKAOE 

J 'V;'.,'v7.'''i'u->"T.'"'.i>'.-l f"r itorlnj Wheal, Larlej 
II- ir. ,ir, L.ihrr I, „„,...„: Prodooe. 

Ad.van o e s 

Madoonaprmi •«,■»_ (j 0LEMAN j, C o., 



ALFALFA! ALFALFA!! 

Onn BAGS OF THE LATEST IMPOI 
OVIU ti.i. ■■iiiu; ci.'.' vi. I ; -iji/.^, 



^■«.y AM Xotxp 

SILVERWARE 

OF 

TUCKERI 



LAWRENCE & HOUSEWORTH, 

OPTICI^ILSrS 

No. 63) Clay- Street, 



QOLH, SILVEE, AND STEEL 
Speotaolos, 

the belt quality of Oluueg, and tbo colebol 
BRAZILIAN PEBBLES 



Sl>y«i™e», DrOKln B In.Crrsini 

STEIiF.OSCOPES AND VIEWS, ETO. 

Pocket-knives, Razors, Scissors, i 

K9- I1LASSES Ellod la Frocoej, >ud REPAIRS 
neatly done. " 



BUY ALL YOUR 

OF 

I TUOKBR! 



TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS, 

F0» ESr-OBTATIOS. 

IHE UNDBllSIQNBD, FROM DIS EXTBNSIVE 
focllltlei and 

Large Stock of Every Variety of Seed, 

Can offer unusual Inducements to 

MERCHANTS W THE TRADE, FARMERS, 

AND LARGE RANGH OWNERS, 

Who wish lo bo supplied in his lino. 

DIRECT to Iho anderil G nod, through the Express or 
by Mail, otherwlro partial mi, GREAT RISK of beinf 
ed upon, In ail their Orders should be filled at 



B3- Tho Anetiti of WolU, Fam° * Co.'s Eiproii ar* 
hereby authoriied tu set b, Agenla (br the undenipied, 
In i.iLin.; Orden foe Seeds and rocelptint for tho lime. 

B®- SEND FOB A CATALOGUE. 

S. "V^. MOORB, 

SEED WAREHOUSE, 
110 California street, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



THE O^LiFOE^JA^m 



p ities' gfgarl intnt. 

& WILEY WA3BEH, M » EDITRESS. 



BE GEKTLE ' 



Bo«nUo; though perclmuM llmt Kp 
jf.y ij*>!t a mnitnnring Mojr, 

JL ■ b,a« iBiT W "lib kioJntfi jet. 



sutlo; farunklndnE 



BogeDtlotolhjT,inj. 



IF HER OTHBE- 

ouderlcry, 
btthj don't die ; 

Up poor litUe lieu? 

ill I .Iri.t.l ^b^t yrcat knee; 

i I > pretty, 

; ia[MU,].l u iB g her duty} _ 













ii'li 




loll jDjifhal!' 


And tli 














All ovi 








•ftotjlr 


tt'OE 










Piecoclons Children. 



coy. The ire. 
for centuries, 
rapidlv Bad c 



arlj- t< 



ofn 



. . Fftst-erotring;flni 
not [bo longest lived. 

be irorj& in it:- iil'icts ilum urn- -.vbitb i.- sponia- 
neoos. Etoit fjardonor knotrs that forcing plants 
run Li; - E'.roo^ d.'i'i- upon ■.,.■ it vii.iliiT. Believe 
mo, it ia much n-orao to force Ibti inlellecliof 
children. 

A forctd precocity, or siimnhutl grorrlh end 
nclirity of the- ialeliecttiol organs, c-iiiaJa to iht 
Bcdses and phjsicol svstem. So we have cur little 
^irl:. :l'T Oiily u | j in Ui'.ir ...|u-,i- ■, but lu'art- broker, 
' -hejooghttoUphiy- 



tbatt 



nith doll 



.ringh, 



■L- Ii." ■■[.=. 






.1 food a 



giosrta. To hove b ?onnd mind ct mnsl have n 
sound body lo pot It in. Agoadboily is bIotfIj 
built >j[i of pure (cod, pure stir, tiei-ci.-o, and j . 1 . - n t v 
cf re3l end <1le|.. V.'ilh il,>.-5u you tour bivo good 
blood j and with good blood you moj* have good 

Don't be troubled, fund j. junta, if vour cbilrtren 
arodnll ond bitiU,irJ in ili.i: inti-lk-cimd dt-.-.d- 
optnents. The great Mt men bavu baen Conilderi .1 
very slon and iioi.iJ in n I , LI- Li,., :.,!_ ipir.v of ib... 
mom socec'sful in mi in reitnet ,in-J litentur.? bive 
been Blow boys, won haTe grown up with, strong 
and rigorous eon-.-tii.alioii«, .ir.d bivrmnh nn i«. 
cesafol llterarr efforts nntil tl 



doctrine — hot 
burn themaoh 
healthier iatel 



:ilttr li,rlr. 
rev.; of !ili.< 



' ednca 



They favor veotilatioo, gymnastic, eiercises, bi 
ball, foot-ball, cricket, and rowing, with con 
ponding arooi.'ineati for young Indies. 

Education, my dear friends, la not stuffini 
the memory with facts, rammed into it by n pat 
cans age- machine. A mind so crammed is rci 
in B. »ery bod condition. 7oo might as well ci 
the stomach v. lib ,i)| I:h,.I;,i„1 il lt u . r ,-:il-- „.,,, 
L'l'! iioautiiy of foj'l, no J i-r[..;(t ,. ^„,„) .i u ,,",ii,, 



The memory se 








mental dyspep. 


». If joo wool n healthy Intel 










thoroughly qn 


erslood and applied— aro won 



good, strong, healthy h. 
oaderfol 



half understood. 



ould li 



>r girl 



such a 



Tni Gtom of a L..i*oq.- After 
ital, kindly, honest, jolly, S^'" 1 
is! vrhiitfl febrifuge, "hut nn e. 
spiriul Better than walk bcl" 



offolh-orlhe pearls of beauty; 
tbusMcs ordiibnnres tin- cumin 
ily, or dimples the vifnge or tnoi 



-— eiccptin the siilt.'. "«' ! 'hut no*-: "■ 
iglc unpnrticipnted laugh. If them 



omitail, saya Miss Jluloch. "Foi 
ither run in dehi for a. bonnet thai 
ne n rear behind the mode? gire 
:r for ft month n 



MRS. LIZZIE W. WAERBH.m.D. 

ELEOTBIalAIf AMD HTDHOPATBIST, 



ol life, clccttlcuuu tf 



;£::; UNION FARM 
AND PLANTATION 

MILLS. 
TO DFVAJEfcMEIfcS, 

Stock-Raisers, 







So Hoops^-Tbe Pelaluina Journal speaking i 

■r stylo of dress, in its simplicity nud absent 
,m the usual rotundity of our American ladic 

How the fashions Bod habits of thoao of title 



, Lady Fra 
find clothing n 
fart. Plain at 



iderablc disnppi 



expecting as they would, I 



ipression of the trnn hiEh-tonedwomnn,plonsati 
ad kind, with word polite for all, nn matter who 
ieir station, with ft sort of subdued sadness. 



the town of Hillsdale, Sew York, resi 
Gonrod Docker and wife— the former in his 
year, nnd the (otter in her 09th. They hftT 






iveoo neighboi 

is own wood ; Mrs. D. does her°*own housework, 
itbrnt tliintiiipf of" hired help," ulthough sho 

jn-.piairi-- ■■:■:■: :.Eion:.lly tli.it she "Cin'l lt. .il'i.ut 






nkinciu 



ork, sod < 

tin ..-ulijcct of the cook's c 

btu.bing, =:iid that she wishe 
iol:inj, and Ele had been takii 
ports, a Cook's Voyages. 



hat could possibly 
ndition, be asked 
nhlicotion. Mary, 

gfor some months, 



mil pos 



—In V 



A REMAP.KJnt.E Fact.— The rfew Bedford Jler 
ory sintis that Mrs. Samuel A Frflier, of Duxbury 
; now engaged In knitting stockings for the sol 

cars ago itt knitting stool' 



s not in the admim- 



ibb look 

regard I 

feathers, forbeli 



They can't bear it; 



frills n 
cir mammas— that's all. 
Is this world of disguises, tro 



be able to read and spi 

hand, to have a tolerable knowledge of figures" 

Ln.n. [ U Lii.i],ing ,-i (,'L.ijrrai,!,.- ;.Md history. T 
ii.Hiir.il U.ii-.,-. „::iv r„, ,:,„iiv i,.;.iijif. !,'ii Ibfrc 
lSi-t:i:tc. f.,r U„„,- it not. Ilnre i~ no .,;.| in tnrc- 
"'- lie iu..liti.,lir.or. In the fl V-, V.^r... l> [jUi fif. 

teen lo twenty, there is lime tfir acnnirlna Ian- 
enogH, rnaibeinaiie., .t,. rn,™t™i;,.,- ' 



It, n:. Ibey conno! lie ;,ena win.Ii the 
■merit is wet. They should never bo 
i very hot sonp-Eudi; that whlcb Is 

rm, ■■-.■ill cI.mii^ thfin ipiite us well, and 
itracl the colors so much. Soft soap 
rcr bo osed lor culico..-, ..^.^i.tin-; for 
35 shades of vello'.v, -.vhicl, lo,,!-; tbe 
icd In aoft soap, nnd not rinred in Inir 
Ibcr clotbe-s £.bonl.l be riii-ed in fair 
1 dried in the shade. 
the CoLons.— When calicoes inclioo to 
water with beef; [.-".ill. in ] , r ..p...rl.i 1 ,n of 



i fail 



Trhicb are ample timi 



S 



I'foin lifittu to lv,-,.-„tv.l"n 

"1 !ln; bcltby growth will 
id mothers 



your children plenty of tie 
pUy, nntil they have pined lat „£' a{'aS\&oSi 



of them before tbt. 

of pale cheeks, crooked : iiiir ,,',, 
Ibebecllcc* 
may be vt 
Can he or i 



happy wifltou! Grei 



repress all intellectual cUoit inc 



suds, after they 
gall water. The 
onths, by squecii, 
closed, odd salt 



ind cork 
water, of 
brighten 



STABLE KEEPERS 

YOU ARE 

PARTICULARLY INVITED TO 
E\.1.MI\K THE JIIII-Ij 



Pulu! The WonderfUl 



Ai SCUBEraGlt'3 Depot I 



to SCUftEtDER'3 .:■ -i I- 



When cold, put It i 



light. Tbo reasom 
qlasies are, that lb 



inor of the 

ong light by aecti 

a of feeble illoml 

:lea of llgbtly tint 



., dn:.l:of 
artificial 
i In the use of 



light, and for tblr. pn[|ii..o"(ii' , l . >|,j r 
green. Pnraoiii. rccoterina from InB irai 
thoeyos should alio o^ .m.-b , r]ll 
ought to be laid niliUoi soon ai „ .--i'l 
eye ihm.H i,, accustomed to endure sir 
light when not reflected from doming 
ouch as bodies of water, white sand and : 



Ai SCHREIBER'S, ltW, oa e«a f ume itraa. 1 

Insure Your Property 

DANCERS OF FIRE! 

AND YOUE LIVES ! . 

PROVISION FOE YOUR FAMILIES, 
In Case of Your Deatli. 

General Insurance Agency 

FIRE and LIFE : 
BIGELOW BROTHERS & FLINT, 

OFFICE z 

Over Messrs. Parrott a Co.'s tr.an I, , 

SAH FRANCISCO, CM.. 

Capital Represented, $8)229,000! 

Homo Insurance Co., N. Y Awota 51,500,0(30 

Security Fire Insurance Co., K. Y. " 050,000 

Niagara " •< " <i_.„ii 30K,000 

TVnshlnglon " •' ".,..." BOO.OOO 

Lamar " » « 11 11 350,000 

Hnn ° " " " " " 220,000 

Phenii » •> it ii..._u a 

Park i. '. « it™„« 2a 

American Eacbnugo " " « ■>]_ 

Conn. Itutual Llfu Insurance Co., 

offlnrtford, Conn 3,701,000 

Equitable Life Asshrnnso Soel- 

«J,N,Y jo 

Total 58,2! 

!^05,000 IMontlily, 

Policy botdsra are I mured 
AH IMMEDIATE PAVMENT OF ALL LOS! 

■■IV-M 111!, 1,1,,;. I.V.-KI.I.IV...,,.!,,,,,, CONTENTS, 

Auo eve ay DBscRipflbll of iHauiunLE pEnaon. 
BIGELOW BROTHERS iiVlIHT. 

R^I'BRBNOES : 

-.-■0"t«ri Wela,F«in>i( 

i, ... , ,; ; ' —tt-c- .HofttDdi 



THE BEST MILL 

EVE 11 OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. 

These Mils Were Awarded the 

FIRST PREMIUM! 



State Fair at Sacramento, Bay District and 

Mechanics' Fair, in San Francisco, 

and at I tie Santa Clara Fair. 



s AS FOLLOWS 



Mill complete, without Bolt 
Extra Grin tling-sorf aces, per set 



Greene, Heath & Allen, 

SOLE .A.G-ElSrTS FOB 

California, Oregon, and Washington Territory 

Itlessro. KEEP & bri«(;s. 

.THE 0LO8E FOUNDRY 

STOOKTON, 
DULV i 



BASCHE & SONS, 
Dealers 

PIANOFORTES 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 

Musical Instruments, 

Strings, &c. 

* B e n u for Ho cclrtntea munfuturcn, 

A. II. Gale &. Co., xeiv Voi-k. 

C. flleyer, Plilladelpliia, 

T. Gilbert, BOHton, 

FOR SALE AND TO RENT. 



-,:t-l ?1:.-1 






Pianos and All Other Instruments 

TUNED AND REPAIRED 



GEAIN SEPARATOK ! 



0A5T hato i.q H nn (,i.|:"rnir.lt T %f 
jr, olfBrod Ih.m of oloaalug Ibclr^ 
TbB untlcnlgood nonlii oITor thom bli 

NEW GRAIN SEPARATOR, 
Patented April 9th, isfil, 

I I »t,„l T ,,, ftT , 0I , h ,Wh.r J |u 1 



INOKBABED "^A-LTJEl 

WeU-Cleaned "WTieat 

Will b„ mors tban sufficltnl lo ovorv Qn.iii.fl™™, . 



>rmln„. Jl,s,i(.|,t.- u|.|.nlDl n^cBIs at noViiiS.,. 
iblbit <,[>„ „! lil- MinbiDM Ka >"""' ao 

II« ftoto conGdiiiit thnt ovory Oralo-Gronsr 

WILL BE CONVINCED OF THEIR VALIJK 
iffc™"" » "PPOrtaultj i, prMenleil towtUlM 

A. HUSTER, 
DWM-J. p. AETlIir]'. * BOs'san F™mS«" 1 "- 
t undrj.SiiQjoiti. 

31^" •^UbSioB, Stockiu M j 



Warm Springs Hotel! 



ktolM™illrioil5ilii>ili!l-.i T., '.n.'-IIJ., ,.;' i- .':':.■."(!■ !;i;'V 

::',; *ii'«:::.' . .v \o.- r [t-'.',.:! u - ';' b . .^;^"'. v. ^ yZ,'.:'^;" > 






i troul-fliblna wllblo a thon fc ( 
LEWIS DRADV, Tnj V rte.r, T 



Union Hotel, Sonoma. 



t EBBKHARDT A C 

1 rurshosod tbo UNION HOTEL, of lbs 1 ( 

Iprtolor. Mr. A. O. Oakn, nro aspired I 



SPERRY'S HOTEL 

■^m THECnj[MOHl'll'.-l--r[ll-:-rEO0FBCILD- 



todbTtbaL 

ilcpmtljr fumifhed 
|.|>tu-.-l-1 ?tyla. nniJ 



SFERRT ,t PERRT. 



PRESTON'S PLACE 

Tomales Bay, Marin Co, 

MI WISH TO INFORM MY FRIENDS ASf> 
the I'ubllc, that tho dein.Dd for n horyo oi «. 
IcrtaiDincQt nt Mi f.Iico bi* been mcb ii Id 
Induce mo tn (it up m;l,oin f,r tlinl ]-itj'.-it. 

T" |.i:tli:- it L- llir.; tn ,;i inn . I.iv." ,Ii:,i:':l1iII r io 'L: 
o.urlttr, 'In. I ...liny 1>:l, low .,-rini- I!>.Ll.;.,i!i:.,-, 
fi bin:-. ]] ■:-. tir, -. ...:-l ,-nh.;rin:- -!,.;l|. ..|, iho l'.-it i-.l 



■'Utilry It ivill be it ,k-.L 
■ ■■■r ■■i-it. j;t00lblfl. 



;'. ^'.-] th.:i'1- riir"i:.-h .1 lif|.: 



TJIVKXlV HOUSE I 

Corner of Main and Center streets, 
3siOKEr,T73wr:isrE kill, 

Henry Atwood, Proprietor. 

«^_ THIS SFLEN HI L> TUUi:r-. ; H"'TiY . : T'>:i"E 

SPLENDID BILLIAItD TABLE ADDED. 

The Dlntns-room bus been dltiiled iolo \s. FsmilT 

1 1 inir,. --ri-.ru !ii. I [;»;w:,D! l-.'.ti U-ir-l-iiai-iu-! ti 1 
tii-.-.Iv ,i.|.;l,. i >i 1 1 v iui-nilivil Tl.., !"■ nu..-r T.-ill I-;.-: 



rouovstoil np-j tlo.T.mdj ■uri:i.b-:.l, l.il-J will icvnil- 

i- i' .;l ■■■■... ii.] Joi.irt from tbo "UNION," 
:,cl f..r iU .v'.^,:,<..m,!.o of Invcleri IhoUonnIi 



DOWNIE HOTEL, 

South End of Durgan Bridge, 

Nevada street, Downieville. 

W. M. DOWNEY, Proprietor, 

■ l^. WITH INCREASED JJL3INE5S. I HATB 

L'.-.t|-!.t::.|. :'- . -.. .r.l . Ili.i i;llV' 



THE VERANDA H0TE1, 

Corner Main and Cliurcli -I-- 



THE nSDERSIONED, FROpniETOBf 
desiro 10 Inrllo Trarulorn l.i tbcii I[":vl.-: '-'' 
dent thit tbornill ni.ko their fuj i''"'^' 



1 to nil tho Miliic: :-■■ ' 
." Hon dt thll Hntol. 

ln.T'l.!;i ,. l'i.iFFIS, 



ST. GEORGE 

On ^ 1 c.-uartl. street. 
Ooii, it ii J ana K sli-eetg, 

SACRAMENTO CITf. 



Jobb's Patent ChurB' 



""THET^b ALII 1 OENIAJ ABMEB. 



S7 



THE "V JE H M O IV T 

SEED-SOWER AND REVOLVING HARROW! 
FAEMEBS, ATTBISTTIO^r ! 

Wilb ItU ™l! Hl .0, portoo lh»t o.o moo.oo « roll of bono,, o.o porfora. tho oooi.Uoo of 

Seeclinfjr and Harrowing at tile same Time. 

i,i,«i.„i.d..t.. K rt.,.fii.i. mkm of o"^.»«vsr,«;. lb .™;ss.° 1 .™-™ 

IT IS SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION, STRONG, AND DURABLE, 

J„. lb,. -Dlj-ol .1. I-™* ...«.««.. „.».. .1... I. .■•»■ "- » "I" «»!' »»»■"' " '" "- 
But onpo.r.oco oo lb» PoclB 




c'ooldn'l oUord that 



S.l.Y F11AKCISC0. 
HAHNEBB of nil Iho Erinctpol Mnkou in ibo TMtod 
BlolOJ, AIM, BOLE A0EKTS for Pociflo CoBIt, for 

HILL'S CONCORD HARNESS, 

Wholesale and Retail." 

FIH5T PREMIUM AWARDED MAIN A 1VIH- 



Til,' duel..: 


pnid 


bia tall, nod 


novor e 




■fcTorifisr ll 












OFTB 


E ElllTH'B A 


u.— A 


cdoctil 


geaiUinna of 


















.ifttroiiture 


elihcr 






1bU the Gov 


































rom tho bear 




" i; i ""'.";■' 


nrtM 


rtb will cess 


to ret 


Ivewn 


J„tr Wn- 




poblie mee 




neitl 






[•pleased with Ibc cl 






ii.-. ::■ 










1 In 


u.ii inke the 










V,'ll,.f.'ll[,,,ll 




lo him, » n 


10, i 




II Wit 




ituicof ii,,, 


meiittos ogoiiiat } 


no, and daub 




t is snld thi 


Ihcbci 


?ofBc 


BflJOO Cm 50 




llMilUUd Li 
















npcmbtcr 


nnd t 


nl he was "t 


ooarch 




^-- 




^oft' 


"hop! 


hop P 














of the Uoioi 






lored it." 














tilling np h 








Dliim 


. headed, "Whom 






of bis 


aildrenu'l 




epMl 


10,1 Ibc oil 


r"np 


to hit rathe 
est; why do 


"I on 

't they 


•o rear] 



l I1S2 1 tlH.I-11 
CUC-TEiUt't 1 L. ■ H 



alii aill'Jlo. ii 



East India Tea Store. 

ESTABLISHED EH 1BS7. 

631 'Washington, street, 

Ktntly oppmiita SI'=Tilr«'i Oftn Honio. 






uiim'iV lr, ,i,,'i ,|... .. .1. ■ ■ ,, ill-- l','.'l ■!■ .1 ,i 

in.1T be Ibe m=n. ol nmii.-i.lni: lis i .,'--„■ : ' •■■-■ 

aarn^aa"?ima poliorjlnr; Ihd'i 



SELLING, MARX & CO., 

RE-OPEHED THE 

Extensive Furniture Warerooms, 

FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY 

J. G. CLARK! & Co., 

Ho. 510 Washington Btraat, Up Btalrs, 

OPPOSITE THE MARKET. 



■■ m In -> b.-:i':r eiwiJitlon I u dry. 

b"o Uul no forMjciL afford to 




GEO. IMC. SMITH & CO. 

Choice Green and Black TEAS 



i TMulfltD rcrnodr. 

l"lo.T ..I'l '-'■ -i ■ ■ 



BAILEY'S PATENT 

COMBINED 

WASHING AND WRINGING 

MACHINE. 



BOARDMAN, GRAY & Co., 

ALBANY, N. Y. 




ELECANT ROSEWOOD CASES 

GOOD ANDDUEABLE. 
WARRANTED I 

SEND IFOR CIEOTJLAES 

GIVING FDLIi DESCRIPTION. 

nwloi; no Agent io CojilTrala, i" will loll direct to 

Very Low Wholesale Cash Eaten, 

in.l Ihui Iho irarcba-er trill savo uno-tliiii ,-t lii' ui'-m. v 
. ,"i,; t v lc 5 „r LARGE PIANO I'Olui:-; .i-.UJ 



PATENT INSULATED IRON RM 

Miking thorn the bj(t ond tuo-L durable io tho world. 

SEND FOR"[CIKCULAES. 
Perfect Sntlnlaeilon Guaranteed 
or ii n; Money Ilef(iiidGil. 

BOMDHLAN, GRAY & Co 

MAHOFAOTtJHEHS, 
| n ALBANY, N. Y. 




i-'i' 1 ??... .1™'.."/.""..'!..^',."...',..,,',' ..". r J1: ',: „'.','' |., : i'.,;:.i'. : ;.",'. 



THE CATARACT 

Washing IVEachine 

AND WRINGER. 

Rubbing and Wringing Done Away! 

THIS MACHINE 




BUY ALL YOUR 

D IAM o ^r> S 

OP 

TUCKEB! 






^T^e ALIB^OBNI^JAEMBE^ 



Wholesale Produoo Report. 

TCi njis" ">° P"™ ***** "" d **'" '" ""' P ' 

| Corrected weeMT. by *■ B- Topo * c °' " J Ere. 13.. 

Bwm M r fast report, iho t»» *«' ° r rair „7u^' 

b, t , l,cn fully humored by our Sb.fP"* «"H«S« 



The onon'tity of Wl 
Iar£0, nd tho princ 



slio 



■ (.rid Pr.- 



boios Apples. 



whcaTi^ .i" pi™<-. '« «*' 0lU ' i ' "" u """"* 

mil 20 casks Cidtr. this El but tho ^ginning » '"B* 
.hipments from Orcein , U d onr ro«ipt= trcto Coast- 
wise hevo teen on n liberal *«!c, of Wheat nod Flour, 
Oats, Barley, Wlw ««* At oa P" U ™'» tlDt ' 
w, ask lo Offer > Hills .drico to our friends, Ibe Farm- 
ers, nbool their Seed. It Is » "«H established fact, tint 
onr Shippers, and tho E.port demand for our Grain, fii 
the mertel price. I> Ii not policy, in this view of ts< 
matter to pint mien Wheat as Shippers like and iho» 
a preference for T Sonera Stud Ii one of oar Shipper', 
favorite*. It ripen, earliest, and Is ready for mnrtc' 
before any other Wheal. Australia nod Chile Seed on 
always the most desirable for MUling 



trade* tbeietwowe 


6„. 


4 do 


sblo ehn 


co of finding a 


nsrket for. Farme 






»lthoot 






inr- 




When 














iffwo 




f nfow 




is too small an item 


lobe 


TOO 


looked 


l or thought of 




Tour 




QftOD, 




gainers. We have 


very 


VBT 
















Tfoeitond other I 


nils. 


It 






( ary tor the Farmer 


nib' 


iDt 










F 




buy Valley o 




ecu 


tb 


change 




opinion U that Ihol 


wprl 


ceo 


Barley 


the past *ea«,n 


ndl dotar moo y from plan 


mj 


tOlOy 




ricd Crop is, lo o 










Wheal, Barley, Rye 


UlK 


■wb 


■1, Oats 





Flour 605S qr sks, Barley 11122 ski. Oot< 000 iks, Co 
USikl; Deans 30S sks, Ooiooi 350 iki, FoUtooa 10 
EEs; EakllOiki: Wool Ji7 boles ; Hay 205 tuns. 



H : . i"; ;1, "'■■■ 

*" .. ,. . ..pi" ( 

PB..1S 



ILunberrin.- .. 

■ i hi', .■>.!■ Tfl." 



~,\,\\i a/bane*. - 

TirSp. **"■■ 






do Ua^ ■ 



Too RennoiiH why every Pormor noil StoolL- 
Rfliser Should take tbo Cakfornia Farmer. 

lit Bv.orF.rmer .nd BtMtwslKr .henlfl hi ■ 
reader of the Journnl connected with the inter- 
ests of his owe profession in his own Slate. 

2d. Every such person should, give his junction 
nnd support, generously and Toluiilnnlv, to n 

3d. Every such person is baitfitid by the publi- 
cation of such a Journal, end lain jastico bound 



FARM STOCK, bo - 

Splendid DESixeliS 1 
CRYSTAlTPAIiACE 



4th. No por. 



ajageil i 



htaplojrucnl; 
Journnl nitliout the loss 

Slock-miser will alwny; 
end ihnt kind 



Bth. Tho Farmer 

be belter odrised oftb 

,;th The C.it-ivonsiA FinwEti hnj failhfullj ndTi 
cated Ihebest interests of the Farmer nod Steel 
miser for eight years, nnd is the 0MLT AOBIOtn 



kiulrrel.. ..Ppalr- ST» 



Enropenn Wool Market. 
We Bite below the Wool Circular of oo 
■undent which shows to the Galilbrnii 



Tne pail week bis been eharacttriied by a litoly 
trade lo the Qralo mirket, ooinitbitindine; a diiposi' 
tloa on the part of hoyon lo depress prices. Tho to- . 
port of Shipper, withdrawis E is, in oar oploios, all | ""*^. "^^i*^ 



>l,iy f. 



71b. Th 


CMiroltMU FiBMtili conln 


ns tbo most 


importaot in 
















Oni-i 












ins, Grasses, 












Mho 


cnuaooflbecukivato 






Calif 


oafu Fa km ea cental 






airoduotlon of oil the best 








as known, logether wllh Iho full 


Hark 


I":-!- 


ta of all tho interests 


:.[' !,'..!■<. iimtl!.- 


10 th, The Ca 


FOBSIJ. FAImEB l! 


ow the only 




on the 


Pacific Coast Ibat is 


onlinued by 
























inlerc 


ItC, de 


erves tbo cheerful pa 




good 


men. 







A Qrsmd Opportunity for a Homo. 

.0)0 la one of tho Interior Mountain Town! 
■nd U.nlcn, =nb OTUntfldinit, Includtnj [ 



UCE 



;■ ..[.[.ljiiii !■ 



THAVEI.INQ. 



Pacific Mail Steamship Com]iany'3 
n/rRAiienir 



Sonora, 



Well Bred Stock For Sale, 



HA VISO A LAP.QE 

SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, 

SOUTHDOWN SHEEP, 
THOROUGH-BRED TROTTING H0H8ES, 

WOODBTJRN FARM," 

Those, doiirous of purehulnc, can bo inppliod at anT 
time. 
Also— A fow 

Aldemcr and AyrNlilrc Cattle. 

K. *ITCIlESOS ALBXAISDER, 
1121 Spring St. Hon, WoaiUord County, Ky. 



California Steam ^Navigation Company. 



ORE AND THOROUGHBRED 

s ja. 3: o 3sr :n ams 



lC nt San Eraneirco-nY. QEBSOTHO, F_- 
- Address-KalWIdnd Post-OfEeo, Mootorr 0- 
EUGENE SHERWOOD. 

1 Snn LoroDf" Ron^h. 



„f Full-blood Merino SUcep. 

flfflr PenoniwiihinnFull-M,'-! Meriri* Sbenp l'..i 

■ IT B n aiocur, :, ,-.-, I l..M.-a„ i.y i, M -l.m:-: to U'.^ti 

ebiriXrlor^. AdSou EmVorFAsiiBiI."' 20 



S8TABHSHED 1SBO. 

AGENCY 
Mission Woolen Mills 



..COMMANDER 
S SATUIU)AT *»«:. 91, IfeOI, 

FOE*- FA3ST.a.M.a.. 



CAERYISO DSITED STATES MAIL, 

Stenner ECLIPSE, OopUIn E. C. M. Cb>dwlek: 
" ANTELOPE, C. plain t. A.PooIo; 

..'iili-ill.l.l. i'isjiIm:i L.Coinlir.; 
,::■,.,■,; Ml.NUi !V. ''■,!■; i» t-.i. Clark; 
■' J. DttAGDOH, Copula D.B. Mweby. 

One of the >bo>o mum -lit le»o Broia-ajWt lt 
erf d», nt-1 o'clook, r. B. (Sjodiji ciceptcd),for 

onnectlng wlib tbo ll»bt orafl iteame™ [or 



COLEMAN'S LINE. 

SAN FRANCISCO TO .NEW YORK. 

£§s. HAvraa established a line ig L 

CLIPPER SHIPS, 

To sail regnlnrly frnro San Francisco to Now York, Be. 
are prepared to ofTor unusual facilities to 

Shippers of California Produce, 



received and forwarded. Free of Commission. 

ADVASCts m-.lf. ..odo.-lrobk tlcrebaniUto eonaijiis; 

iJent'wcVurn £'« eneo "compM^of "how V ? orlt 



M|.-|-lv il 



n their 



anxiety lo buy nil Ihoy can get. Tbns far, oyery sort 
of Oregon Wheat that has come to onr market has toot 

nil Wheat. There haj arrived from Oregon, since ou: 

1000 ski Wheat nod 100 qr eks Floor; also Iho bri) 
E'lnoy Sootb, with 25S5 iks Wheal, B2M qrsks Floor 
1!6S bis Apple', be.Mes E Es s r Cider, Hides, etc. Th. 
Wheat and Floor from these two vciseli have boot 
lakes for exportation. Our P.ecoipU of Prodoee, Coast 
: ■uraallybf ■ 



















.:,! [l ■■.,,, 




inn 




II,; A . A 


Eldride. 


, Inl:!.,;:. 










































Wheal on 






Pi 


















lb. Ir^.-li 


hip St • 


,,!!■,(,: =., 




,E 


Ii..'rl-, ; val'i.-J 












al upwards fli.OOf 










13 SS iki B 


rby, 1J 


'.■7 ■'■-"■, 






■ ■'■" 



, Talaed £21, 

btr. Cbjrur; f licet,;.!, ibo pa;t week, lhat no hear of. 
Em \lc : l,i|.. ,i! i) lL . L-.rlb.- itu ripi'lli Tlliir,;- up; ,,]..■ 
IL- -hi]. • f„r ::•.'; V.,rk arc L:i!-.iri ■ ^ lil.orj .ijl.l.lv .,; 
l!..rl tt , Hi),;-. V,-.,.,l. Tallow, elc. 

The Ilccoipt.t i.l I'svla-; lr.,ra ;.i.,iind Ibo Bay, for 
Ihi pill *c-X, barn been aj followi; Whiuit I". ■"'.' , . 1 ■!■ ■ 

riiur ::;.',u ,, r .■];.. b.„],v r,„n ,y. r , "n.. a : .-ih ■■];- 

Eeaos 122 Ai; ili.i.jn- 2J(i ■)::■: I'm.iWj 17-|iJ .!;■ 
"-It l!oD ski; Bran 870 sks; Woo! SO bales ( Hay 



ools. It w 



17J e0Illa - Frold Lhc quotations given t 
it will be scon that course wools arc in d( 
c price Ihnn fit 
the rnficd Slat 
Eunpc of rae« IVool in tt 
ontbs of Seplembcr and October than Ibe cnti 
apt of Cailfotnis. Wo bnve always urged opt 
ir Wool-groners Iho imporlanco of their shi] 



nctiyitv during the last few weeks in codec- 
o of Ibe demand for Wool and Woolens 
.lo for Blnnkcls and Army Clolhioc odopted 
port lo the United Stales, tbo result is thnt 
larkct hus been cleared of medium and Ion 
kiri.Js :i'J.ili!cd for Hit .ibcvt; pur|.o;'^, and prifes 
' '■ cm are \i to Id ';• lb floater for while, and 
rabir kinds of grey and brown have advanced 
4d -$ lb. The bolk or tho trade does not 
nnn|unl d.-re- .:.f irnpr,,vt;inenl, and some 

tli-Ti- i: .i fuir ,;on=iiTiiption, nnd the total supply 
1,-rJ.U-L- lijht. j,rice.i L.re firm. Si; nsilliun (,.,utid; 
v.-.i-ht ,:,| W....1 -.sill b.v: I..-N Knyl-ind und S'orth- 
cru Europe for the United Slates between tbo 1st 
September nod 31st October. 

Public iiiles commenCLd her. on the c-th insl. 
TI..1 cnn.-lud.j 1 ■)[! tb,; .'id i u .- 1 . Tin-.-; bn; i,.(-tl .1 
full aiicndance of buyers, and for moat Wools 
strong competition, |> irli, ul-islv for Iho United 
Slntes, for which quarler Inrge qunnlitics of 
washed nod gre;i;v Mo^.i'lort-, i.'.,r,|.-,ia, i;inno.< 
Ajre;, Doiukoi, Koiis, nnd b"n«li;h Stie Wools 




Sid the 



:, Kii.t India riir.T':.] mid 1 •;,-',"■! sold 





b.ln. ra, I, 




■Tt tO '11.' 










Ibe July si 


es the rates cur 




n; I- eftl..; 






H- iidvant 












lion nnd 


d to 4d '[' lb 


on grey, b 


owo, und 



[Ciir-tl,-! l.v It.'i. PLLn^, Wrjljlnrlcn H«lel.t 
B«Usr.Si»..'?B) tOL- TOjCaoce, !,■■;!> pa 803 
no E«era .. aots 32 Far^lun^if. fi<n .,S 
Eiji.. .. Wot ..« S5| 



Wool,eo=j e'noVlB it 
Jo br»I qadllT . 
(Jo cmilc-rlno a; 

TicSncd Tallow -t-O i 



SOIDrr Illdat -■ --PR .. 
M ii do 'rMo .. 1! 



Bon Fruetseo Cattle Market. 
•j of BbU.tr and e^MQme itrccu (stock Corral). 



last Fork ood Mut- 



Betf; alto a betler f« 

ton [though without i 

which ii propobly owing lo tbo near npprooehor 

holiday,, sod the facl that the market Is ool yen ■ 

IllipHca with the Brit quality of Ibeabore named p 

tieoLailr Btcf. 

ra E ^^ AB ^ uo ' u " , SO»liij™'t.'i n n"iqnnllt, 
&-!c .i-lqaablv none; Spanish, lit quality *e ; 
qnalityle^lo. V ' *"»y«c, 

VBAL-«m qualltj., 3eiaflo. 

..rBtS"""'"" 1 ""* 
IS'SK^Si;™,::::;;;-',;; 



Cheistbab Patau is ^_ Aj Cbrlslm 
eod must be utieoded to, onr reader) 

llitir lUL.tr: td II;.; I,-. .'.„, !,.[„. ...... 

chine is an H,-,...i,t ..„,[ u ..,-.,, .,",", ; 
Baldwin, E;.j.,i, Ibe ;,,-.■,„ „[ V.'|, ■ 
Sewlug Jiochint t.l Miu.:!. !0 ,i. ,in!l ' 



bales Syrian oOered, 106 sold. 3j bid 

Khito fleece, good brown Qeccc sold at aid, 

ir while lleecc sold nl BJd, *econd class while 

sold at Hd to Bjd. B33 bales Egyptian 

In only moderate demund, at 

nor prices, aii bales Donskoi offered, 1S5 

I. Chiefly inferior; ordlnnrv grey lleecB sold 

Jd to TJd. Inferior greasy Crimea sold at 4d 

'. 35CbnlrsTurkeyoirered,210so!d. Choice 

.awbitofloecontllidto 13Jd, grey do. 1 jd 






aother Herd of Noble Etcek for Sale. 
lood Duron Dull; pcuIctco periecL 
D™ItSLalllon..lrcJb r a bljh-blood En S U«hI) 



Fonr Hundred and Fifty Acres Bich Land. 



American Ewr* ■Wanted. 



d. Clean Bos I 
i-lbags unwashed Cnlifornl 
Cbleily .,[ rubbishy quality end 

■ ■ id a few bags locks" at Sid. 



i. 14 sold. 



The British Reviews, 
Blackwood's magazine. 

THE LONDON ftOABTERLY (CeniorratiTe). 
THE EDINBURGH EEVIEW (Whig!, 
THE NORTH BBFTIBH REVIEW (Free Church). 
THE WESTSUNBTEB EEVIEW {Liberal). 
BLACKWOOD'S EDI KBUB OH MAGAZINE (Tory). 



Better than Preston & Merrill's 
^.t Less I*jr*ices ! 

OHALLENG B 

Teast Powder, 

FULLY GUARANTEED. 

IF NOT aATlSPACTOftY, THE MONEY Will BE 
For aale by all Jobbnim, and by 



Tho London sales 
Clpo will common 



1th Nove.ni 

. .f^or,.i r ."':l 



Tho Liverpool Sales of 12,00 
nnd GOOO hales Sundries, will c 



hove tho postage prepaid br aln 
cannot bo forwarded. He also . 
cere should ho taken t u L1T0 luo 

consequence of lllealbiiltv or din 
on newspapers it; To Great B 
Sandwich Islands, two cents oi 



'" = ■' l'r«|i-irly 
IbiietlLie, ir 



l, We, I Indi..-.. H....1I, i'ulii',:, ,„(:,;„„,] 



eedllng apple, ruiied hy H r . Lowe, of San 
is pronounced by some who btTe tested It, 
ice variety; in sine, color, and Torm siuiiltir 
> Baldwin, but superior in qualily. Ii i, 
["Lowe's Eeedllnr-.'^ ' 



FAMILY MARKETING. 

Stall No. 1, Washington Market. 

Frulta and Vegetable*!. 

|, ll-l ■.-.ill. 1I..111 I it Mil !■■., rv ,:, .. i ,!„.:. ,,.. .Vliii,,' ,'■' ' 

BDDDINGTON'S, 

Ko. 1, TVanblngton niarbet, 

Be3-Eniit and Produce Receivdo and Sold 
ON COMMISSION. 



The Best Olixu-ii Known 

JEB/fS PATENT CIIUllN. 



-cVljIalfn Seed. 

fiftflfti ,O0NDfl ^ LF " LFA E EED. fiiostc 
IJvUU l-.r iDlntr, lot- u. cutipurcbuer,. 



Breeding-Mares Wanted. 

t PARTY WANTING A FEW HARES OP (Foot 

n. ,':' , ;^ l ].''-' I "';." : !," i: ";; , r : '" l i"";'; "' '' '■■'"'" ■" "" | " ■■ 



Unchlso for Hairing Wino. 

'.. ,,:, :.,-... :'.;■: m"'.' : .": '";■ "■ | ■■"■' 



WOOL.GROWERS 
OF CALIFORNIA. 

Tiii; UNDcnaronED, aoeht opt 
t'.u.,l..li|(i,lVI:i(:.- A~S,i..:l1i I,.,. 

'■ , ''V ll '' ; ' f - , ''''' / ^''** / - l ^E™*no ,, KSp 



LAH6E WASHIMG-MACHINE, 



o. by oalllnirut this Ofllcn, 



ETJ-S- A.JL.L YOTJR 

PEARLS 
T TJ o K E n 



HUCKS 8s LAMBERT'S 

CELEBRATED PATENT 

H & L AXLE-GREASE. 

THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE THE PLEASURE OE 

anuouueiuc lo their onmorou3 Patron- nnd Friends, 

that they have been honored by the Com mi Ilea 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE 

First Premium 
UNRIVALED _AXLE-GREASE, 

S. P. BAT AGRICULTURAL SOCLETT 

Hare Awarded tbem Iholr 

First-class-? JPriase 



thus dlstlmrul.-hcd. it is with erontor pride thoy 
lhc f.ict thi.t (r,'..lwilb."landin; tbe urorwbolmin S it 
if an orli-lo from tho East, mwumins Ihoir." 



loManufneturcriioffnribeirgritefollh 



■J ihil 



, nill h, 






WIDE-SPREAD REPUTATION 
their material has acquired, of bolus; 

TEE BEST AND CHEAPEST 

Lubricating Medium 

FOR WHEEL-CAllltlAGES, ETC., 
ever Introduced Into California I 

Hi. t lis & I, t ■>iU]-:ht. 



P. J. JDEVINE & BRO, 

PRE] JI I V M 

Metrical© WorltB) 

K street, letwcen Sixth and Seventh streets, 

S -ts. O R j=l ISd E 1STT O . 

Orders from the Country promptly attended tc 

N, B.— P. J. D. k Bio , havorooelved Dlnlomas and OcU 
ModBls al Ibe icveral stale Fnin no d from Iho 
MoebanW Inslilule ^ 



"\?VOOXj ! 

Fnichaaed at tho Highest Market Bate*". 



OALiroR KIA FAKMBB- 

..H« 8 .™ f Mo"d e »ont B "nv»Al l saf.lT- 
Posl-offico, nndlbomonoy»llloouiodlJ(tl 





I VOLUME. XVI. 



^T^^T^IlIFOBKIA; FRIDAY MORNINO. DECEMBER 



NUMBER 13. 



$ie 


Mitoia farawr. J 


AK 


jonwJ£ 


©J? U3&FBL JC/EffOiS. 




00LOWEI 


WAKBBIt, Bnilor. 


r[ 




<**-■' 


BIJ 


K. PHILWPS, 










ratucribm, dd 


oro I by tmta, 1SH «"> ■ I"™*"- 


(f^AiTertiitnual 


and EQbKrlplLoiu mniU>« paid 






„e'rj dBoripUon, done WUb pron.pl- 


«" 


U,r,t«;°^ 




^fl^Jmie-ito rnti? 


m 0U««.* F««., H.D Fm- 


■*"• 







jHE VINE AMU WINE IK EUROPE. 



The Castle of Johannlsborg. and tho Famed 
JonaDQlaborg Wioo. 

i readers of tho following very 



pon 10 


Wl 


us or 


mo 


E6WQ 


Inlle t 




Id Fh 








n- V 




t c 




s sold 


t 00 


ball 


Ibo 


price 








9 eioco, 


When 


WBTi 


it. .! ] r..ii 




An many purclinscrs send to ua a 


cc'iuesl to send 


lliem a cntalo^ic "I tliO Beit Xur.' 




wbo claim to >WBd So. 1, to «oi 


1 <is tbelr eala- 




lo gooil hands. 


As wo only advertise those of the 


!".■■'. character, 


wo hope tboao who claim to bo No 


I, will send EI 


lueir business enrdf. 





90 



l^fETc^AJL T-FQBHIA FABM EB. 



Cnlt-ivotloii or tho Cranberry. 
■We rceeivcd tbo following note ft™> * ' 
ponneat, And rItc i 



able work, "Eastwood on (ho Cra 


berry," a> lb 


most npproprinto now : 


Dee. «!«,!«>■ 


BD.FABMIBlIwiW loyoU for 


■nforinntloi. 


regard to tbo coltoro of the Crao 




will inform mo through tbo Fabmi 




as to tbo aoil and climate *«" Bl1 * 








a favor on Voir,, ft,., 


, .* . 


Insolcclloe ■ P'»«' for " P 8tcb 


it in well 


consider its aspect. Though we 




vino doing well, and to all np 


L-anuiees ve 


tliriflT "hen tbo yard has face. 








1/ pu.jil.lt, in forramg your patch 
tired from the cold raw winds ; gi 


oittbeadvnc 



atmosphere freely ti 
is found to be the onl; 
J, ran be effectually t 



fore spread rapidly, at 

lion of Ihejardli 

■lBbt with anxiety. 



aiomary with iom<9 fro 
proportioo of their aw: 
ceding, ihcy ultimately 





will operate as a 


ind 


pening of the berry. Tim r 










thai you ca 


n eiptl or draw off Ih 




and, which ii Iowa 


dn 


excellent 1 


Mtlon for the cran 






ions ore Very «uit 


















ledisof toocolda 






















useful and 


profitable cran be 


r> 



aowe that such a condition is very bad for I 
Jlate it thii MlietiU)! oMwdt Prepare tbo s> 







owdcry 


Il will never take a 


er- 








gbt anil porom. "too 






Willi ;,.f 


lypla 




de- 


he 


end i S , 

;i ■ 


fillin 
day, 

eieled 


led a. famous cnnl.cirv 
up a pood with loam, c 

„ml „,ir„ill inn of 

ur feet deep. When tli 

L... v.-illpl,u,lil ill the E]i 


ro- 


W 
Ian 


shall co 
iog, etc. 


in fulc 


ill- .-nl j..':t na to niann 


rof 




osect 


s on Fonts. 


There arc 


cvcral 


:inds Ibil infest the hen. 


UT 


ii. 


ding to 


ie lol 


owing remedy, they will be 


nti 


ely kopl 


clear. 


First Of all, if in con 








ocrof the pool try -house, 






; a half 




ill l.|-,.:t; : iil[iln.r a 1111111;.' 
















vl,..'[i. !>■. 










c k-y , 









rvillo aod inside t! 
-0 submerged, II 



iwn by the Quod. 
- -a plain 



red the l - 

a of B, Jl. Har 

. Kcnnnrd. The neat anil welt buill com 

it Yuba City was so nnderraincd by wati 

is said In be complexly ruined, the <va 

of having hulged out fnr over a foot, and the 

a settled that lbs doori 



Ol/tt COUNTRY'S t \ 1,1.. 



laid 
























the hands that 


ly tbe pun 




Ibo light Uak, a 










Tho 


charger on the b 












here iho Meod-i 




SlrillD 


defend tbc goi 


kit sway 




















■J 1,.-. 


ushto smile- W .|....i>. :k-\ ■*» 



and night, 
; of fight. 





who breast the 


tnnunt&i 


'term 




















Ab 
Stand 


\t't n'r 


z\ 


Hi TiilT', 


b W ro 
























nrbing(i) 






Andy 


whose h 


niog 


re by tbo 


grand 














i-in ill.:. 








As mlgblj in 


















Ha 


. - ,1 .-11,-1 








With 


..Ll-ili 11. 








Am 


sweep al 










8 who lb r 




side ber 




Her 


f.-rt.- rim 




tj.rfttu 






its, covering the first Door.jjf 

sto the depih oi clgbt and t, 

dgo at the southern entrance nf 

was damaged lo the extern of *inii 

- --I crook was unusually hir-h II,,.,- 

'Itrer.Bollko tho smaller siroaius, ui'i ,,, 

'"■'"''■- , ■''"':-' nial.TiuM-, until i,H, .,,!„ .. ||jrr '■'"" 

much rt^'V'^T °!'' r,, ' il,W,J ' ,,V '' ILn ' ,1,,,i '■'"'"■ 



lie of Andorra, in vi 
ider Louis (Louis li 
or 820, by which Ih 

eiporlinp; somen! ll 
19 suppressed a I the 1 
tion of J 780, but wo 



during UiL'liist ti^lnv 



nry'l.ylheRepub- 



.eir products. The I 
= lEcsubllBhed in 11 



Tho 



l..[.ul.li. of Anilorr.; ih c posed of two 

.flho Pyrenees, tietvv-tii Fcix and Urpel. It is 
itill governed by a constitution und hi ■.-,-•, which 
lave never been chanced ~iun... 1I11 dnv; orCbarle- 
nngue. The Gorcrnn..;nt i* cw r owil of a Sover- 
eign Council of iivmiiv-fiuir nn.'iiibcH, elected by 
Ibe parishes. This Coun-.-il hold live iiunual ses- 
. It cb 00 sea n svndiu, or presiding officer, 
rctnins offiet for lii.. o r .l.irim: i;i >od behavior. 
The capital of thin pe.i. ef.i! litil.; ,-iiaie, by whose 
pie greater itepublics might prolit. is calltd 
rre, and has a population of 2,000 souls, 
otnl population of tho Republic is 1S,0D0. 



HYDRAULIC HOSE 

MANUFACTORY. 
113 First street. - - Marysvllle. 

First •Prt'iTvi i in th - 



THE COMMITTEE OS MISINO IMPLEMENT.-, 
at the lut Annual Fair of the Agrleultaral, llorU- 
oultural. and M»oh*nl«' Society, of the North- 
ern District or California, awarded ms tho 

First Premium for 017 Patent Machine 

F011 SBWISQ HYDRAULIC HOSE, WAOOH C0Y- 

lt)U, OSAIX AND FCEK llnUE,, IIahUES llOOK, &1 i 

And I have iho Society's DIPLOMA, signed by N- 
Ewsiv, Presldr.nl. and Cms. M. Goihjih, Secretary. 
The Committee waa coin]»»d of II. n*ani>, of lie 



My facilities ate >uob tbat I ean safely promli 
ay work Dcrr.a, C« B arEB, and io a sborler tin 
B y ham-makar in Iho Slate. 

IlMcuakini U ray nrofaeslon, and I have t 
lorklni Machines, and the Boil Woikmon, that 
rodueod. 

Kotrrithitandlng all this, I chargo 

Only IS Cents per Ynrd, 



LAWRENCE & HOUSE WORTH, 

OPTICIANS 
No. 031" Clay Street, 



GOLD, SILVEB, AND STEBl 

With the best quality of Oliuw, end the cclobebralsd 

BRAZILIAN PEBBLES. 

Opera (il,,,.:.,-,, Magnclle MnclilnM, 

BpygtBMM, Drawls lnJlrumenU 

8TERE0SC0PEa AS[> VIEWS, ETC. 

Poekst-knivcs, Razorti, Bcisson, &°-' 

tS- OLAS9ES ottcJ lo Frames, and BEPAlM 
anally done. 6 



BUY ALL YOUR 

JEWELEY 



TUCKER I 



- 




THE C^XilFOHlSriA. 



THE nroiANOLOG-y OF CALIFORNIA 



^^^^"tldC^K'T^ 



'.,.','„.- ulnrm DC Olhet 
U or California some 
,t tho Pbilipinea, of i 







',rcd, and If not, for ibelr cnro . 



■ il.i.lb 



Cb<l«.-.-» _'" 




B b( km 


90 cleor 


1 i!,m,i, 


Ihe seeund sc 
















.. .|.-.o... ;, 


• i.-..ir. a 


( -|.l. IV 




nunc of thfi 


fur.=efl; •• 


iCbriSlloc 
nedlftcrco 


: oiocno 


i;r |.ii.l 


,,.[ Hi- 


^IW-u'Sn 



■ of ibc 9jotberii 1 



on), This Sips 
>odi, «d though no 
,g no body, b» >m 
oo Is Qoaaynp, '■ e- 
drlltcred of bim in 

iai In tho road from 
bleb (bey call Cunl- 
i ibcm (iho Southern 



f length Ibo Indians through h 

* nod m ibo ««u° ' ,tt "> P ul " "" 

bead. U*'« de°d l0 ""» d «J 



i kiUee 



supreme lord Mparujn, no' 
meroui odberenu dared l( 
nui but was loudly dcreulet 
rritcdWooTotrjranofnII hi 

*"o.°nod eonb-cd him '"" 
it qflie under Ibo earlh. am 

t i!„-i ( place of conlinernenl 
sar>reroe lord, S.pnrayn, dor 
tbsuld fight, end that tbol 



(ho tblionlne 
Ibeir ioo(fu"t 
it b; ibc 





oad nro nnforiu 
















sinra bj PnrnU 
















and Gundncuro; 








rer California, be 




illy explained i 


t. The 






i.bnttbojoxprc! 






,, (hoi 










coice, than he b 


I . Blurt. 


)a ., the most cod; 



"aWthiBB without cn^uliing the priests. Tb 
as tnun carefully inculcated on the simplo «m 

ieulsuudof affluence. 

Ab ruvsiciiNit. 
Whnt strengthened this uuthority, was tbi 
clog Ihe only physicians Ironi whom ^ lliey eou 



ttiHL thus tbo diseuso was exhaled or di 

Stimi-liuii-a Hiu lube n .is filled inlb ni 
. j, ,..!.[.. !, „,,.| iljcv viUii-f i-ucked Id or bit 
ibo smoke, nccordtog lo ibo ],by«i.:ii.[ 



s llom uf Ibo Chinese i.nd Japanese, as well 
tmbI Olber hair-ciYillied or unrbaroni IribM 

:icr,bed by Vencgas J 1 *™^"" r L £™ c"|ifor 
Iie^lSSiO."** noted in tbo Sacmmeuio lodio 

TUEIU PHorESSOHfl i!V0 SCHOOLS'. 

Tbo Indians of tbo Lorelto nntioo bad ecbu- 
hereby iheso Pruressurs instructed Iheir you 

' l di3iine* frum iho wnods. Hero ibey v 
lugbt lo form certain figures or table". 
"set in these, they were taught uiber 



rwhi. Anwn—Tbc OlDCinnMlGa. 
ulide oo General Honlor, says: , .. 

,,° U.d lt.bl.Bl.., l~v,li. S l. .. <»»- 
lmo.t n. .... na Mr- Ru"C»- 

TO THE FARMMS INTEREST ! 
JONES& HEWLETT, 

man »«■> ««°$gtt" """ ""' L ""' 

GROCERIES, 
LWCOBS, 
Provisions, 

HARDWARE, MINING, AND 

AGRICULTURAL 

IMPLEMENTS 



50,000 Cuttings, 

FOREIGN GRAPE-VINES, 

i BmbrMlns about TmaotT or Ibo 

•It— Best Selected Varieties. 

5*|a ,3-Our Vieomrd b.ju»tnoT.«mio«io!< 
SFfg bario,, UAH SEVER BEEM 1BR1BATED. 
Tbo Wood Is -oil iljwnoa ood Ibo Cultlnn "l tb' 

" iaD ^- a -™^L.. 



CALIFORNIA WINE! 



>T A >OE<.br ? .rt™.lh.«M, 



"iho 



SSI >.,* =.»' ib.. 

pobllo goaotnlly. tb»t 1 baio appololod 

Messrs, HOBES, GILMORE & Co 

SAN FRANCISCO, 

My Sole anil Exclusive Agents 

nulvinbl "'1KB miwiiifi 

;-.! v illl'iiiml Hi.n ill- v .- 



,.ii-:i: 



,o uiiiid Brtldo 




To tlie Seed. Trade 

J. M. THORBURN & CO. 

13 Jolin street, 

NEW YORK, 
, aaoivciia and importehh of m, 
j> VEGETABLE, ^ 

Flower, Field, Fruit, 

TREE "SEEDS, 



'b.'d. WILSON. 

TB CTSFOKMlTY WiTK TnB ABOVB CA^D, 
b„|..jMi,;-irr inf^rmoJ that wo, tbo muicribcr., niTo 

-ytj HTi ta Cellars, 

Soatly oppoiUo Ibo Railroad Der*'( 

PURE WITVJ3SI 

C0HSISIW& Of 

Port, Angelica, and White Wines 

ALL WAKB.ANTED TO BE T!iE TURE 

^ n-ri.1- f\C THP IllliPV. 



iVABIUMI-,1 ■'■ ' i ' 

II UK i .K THE 13IIAPL, 
Kill doll In ousuItUIoi lo '"i-I" 




Grain and Hour Backs, Baling-Hope, 
Powder, 0aKOul ' 

Shot, Tar. 

Fnae, »»*■ 

Cordage, Bosm, 

Marline, Blooki, Oare. 



Flrst-Olass seocis- 

Furlher [urticulo™ «ad TindoCaMlojuo*. oflil 

ur 1D TII09. DAV, 



Important to Farmers! 
ENGLISH WHITE BINE HOPS, 

CRAVES, WILLI A SIS * DOCKUBV 
Pocifio Froll Slullot, 



PACIEIO 
FRUIT MARKET. 



OUIt AtUtAHOEHEKTa ABE NOW CI 

tl,.,i r ™. Fruit ,.t' dtlfombi prtdaulon. 



.,'.';],",'... u . '.■.-'■'-.. | [ "ill UBB : 

iloau 13 o ita .pat'ooi crock near Lo- 
id bjlU Sp.fi Jids Puftl» E.omiiJi., 
resided for eotno time, £Tho Spnnijh 



flowed b> tbe soinboro, and djobllc« -^... 6 — 
teclpieol. of fifl. I' it" l.btn.v. f:0lll tbi- inli-nuJ 
latds.-.. «. T.] H'tf ihe uiber Inferior .plriU 
bis aiieodaoia, used lo btlog him pitahnyna io cut 
nod fish which tbey oangbl in tbo creek. Guy 



Attention, Hay-Balers ! 

BAL1NC-ROPE. 

TOJT RECEIVED, ES SHIP "FEARLESS," and other It 
00 COILS SUPEItlOit EABTEilH BALE-BOPE, 
wo odor In loll to suit, at "jjJ^^jJgtvLETT, 



ALFALFA I ALFALFA!! 

nl\r\ BAGS OF THE LATEST IMPORTATION O 
OUU tW. CUILE au«t^ra_liir^»ta Iota I 



ClilDesD Sugar-cane. 



T»lant Early ! 
Seed I Seed I Seed I Seed I 

ff> A LAJtOE AKD.NEW ASSOETUEHT a 




FERN.= IBE. ALAMEDA. 



00(1 JODI11KO OEPABTMENT 
*t flw w»ti» of '■Mllle'. 

OUR U'flOLEdALE DEPARTMENT 



■WHSTE! 

I CELLAB la ADMITTED | 



RECEITE WISE OS STORAGE, 

OR FOR S.A.X.E, 



Vdolity tot,,.-.-, u, .'-... i-ritim iLimulupy ood Ar- .Ic-.-.rU „| il,,- iriliii- ..pirilf, ornl al cenoin Ul>- 
eh«logy n,i . !■■■ I. Il •- tb- (.,tir, slud.r,.., uf .„„...- ,., l,,y a hoap .if alOU.-s, where they miftbl 

ti.Vj ',,',,' i. ■.,l r iil , A,l 1 .:rk«ncooni t ries -sJ.T.] thug Iberos elves" down precipices: and . neb was 

Vtot-UJi ,.,i,liini.-.. ■' Tb.;:.- auil some otllorii or H, L . bliniln^-o ..( llicse pOJr cre-ittirM thai they 

tho mid Liml r, ere tenets of Ihu Cocbicmles, I williogly, or by force, carried out tbo scalene*. 



WILl'bE CONVINCED OP TUEiU VALUE 

opportuollf Is prnenlad loieolbgm 
A- HBSTER. 

-J. D. ARTHUR * 
j. JONHBB t CO., Sou 
HENRY PAOB. Kapa. 
.1 1.1. Mn'; bul.on 
Il.lKEit i UAMILTOS.SbKktjnand 



UNION FARM 
AND PLANTATION 

MILLS. 

TO XT^HJVIEItS, 

Stock-Raisers, 

— Attn— 

STABLE KEEPERS 

PARTICULARLY INVITED TO 
i;\»»ai\r. TIIB DIIMs 

WB ADVERTISE ABOVE. 



THE 33EST MILL 

EVEB OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. 

These Wiih Were Awarded tho 

FIRST PREMIUM! 



State Fair at Sacramento, Bay District and 

Heohanica' Fair, in San Praneiico, 

and at the Santa Clara Bair. 



PRICES OF HILLS AS FOLLOWS 

- complete, with Bolt for Family 
Plour - - - - - -S160 

mill oompleto, without Bolt - - 140 
Extra Grinding- surfaces, per sot - 10 

Greene, Heath & Allen, 

SOLE Js-GH31SrTS EOR 

California, Oregon, and ff asliington Territory 

MeHsr§. KEEP b. BRIGGS, 

PROPRIETORS OF THE CLOSE FOUNDRY, 

STOCKTON, 

ABE OUR DULY AUTHOB1KED A0EKT3 FOB THE 



FRUIT 
Commission Dealers. 

DNDER310NED II A VINO BEEN EN- 

SALE OF FRurrs 

Four Yean, respeolTulIy solicit 
ComlgnnioTtU from no, aod all 

Fruit-G-roTwers 

Who nlsh to dispose of tboir products lo this marl 

j. hitfast mid. & co.. 



■ 
1 



... .v'ii.vhi.;.!. - ■ 

IERLACKBUBK 



rpHE COPABTNERSUtP Uf - ! ^ T0F P | T '.f (A ^J, 3 iJ^ 

' ,| 1 .'.,Vt'(JIMI -'- lili'rnMiH, l-'i. ■■.-■■'■> -' ■ 'lv-n.y ,nn. I 
,,.,;.,. ,:.,l:-r |..rlr.-ri.lll :Ui In )i.[iiM nl"B ■■! 



rpits- i':.i 



.1 tl. Tillli" i I'll. ! 
(L TOI1D 11 CO. 



A. H. TODD Si CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

COMMISSION* MERCHANTS, 






r*.ojiL<>tliiii«- New. 
HALSTED'S PORTABLE 

CIDER OR WINE MILL. 

mnia ia A California invention, comiiisinu 

1 I. u. ,!■.■. ,n;,l,.,_ ., |li,. J .[„ [ ;orocMa»llhlaa.p»CO 



BUY ALL YOUR 

GOLD ORNAMENTS 



OP 

T U O tt- X 



92 



THE C A L I F O B N I A _ F _A B M B B , 



% California farnur. 



no 


ClHI 


of the Till. 


Is two nr • V :■ m 


It, lb 


Toot 1801 mm Hit 




dlWI 




(UUsll/uk i!-' : - 


nho 


received bills from t 






nit these dots at 


i«r 




By tbi new urn 






r •-■■:, those old debts, ei 




debled lo oi, no p 






It is • iwoa si 






to good advantage 


Bud 










tlaricb, soastaenjoy u 


o "Holldayi," aad re 










rapl 




nmittanea (ban to 


bo obliged lo go or soad To 


Forhaps nnwspa 


por r 


adcn may tblnk il 



The Ua of Stool by Iho Flood. 

W« desire lo prepare » Record of the Lots 
Block of nil kind, by tbo Flood of 18C1. ' 
therefore oik of those who bare mot wilk so 
losses to furnish us with a list of each kind, n 
their value, so that ire may register the same. 

Wo abo desire lo make a record of all thelos; 
experienced by Ibo Farmers and Ranchmen oft 
State, and shall be greatly obliged if they « 



Miiii'iv). but wh 
ind sympathy to 



Bales of Grain and Wool. 

TSeir iroo ifeirM to naiuc for rny hiy/int pritt 

for their Grain and Wool, can be Informed of the 

beat chances in our citj, where, on all special 



Durham and Derm 
1a and Cotpsald Sht, 
ana* other Sleek, for i 



Purchasing Agen 



••sefactoij rrfsen™ 






Look lo Our Special Advertisec 

oci-farmi, Ofehaiai, Saw-MUli, aid Pr 
oaje orfiir Sale, ill worthy Apodal aotlcc 



Tho Wow ■year of 1862. 



olmvegi- 



d patrons 
n oighl years 
-wilh nil 



eat and best 
cepcstdcvolion. Wo hnve 
; zeal and fidelity which 

information nod the gtco 
fame intercuts, 
red oar health or slrengib 



thoat stint oi 

ir menus bar 

often, to aceom 

Eight years I 

mo reward, n 



work. Wo liopo we i 
-■: of such kindness, a 
le influence of friends 



a subscribe! 



i changes in the business 
10 thai will relievo us of torn 
■r changes which neccsaily de- 
i we hope will only call now aid 



will t 



s- high 



r and increase ils usefulness. We foe 
bate said all that ii demanded of us in 
v words. We now tender our moat grntc- 
ta for tbe many favors encoded to this 
from ill many friends. To them and ie 
>ndcr our moil cordial greetings for thi 
ir nod hopo ll will be lo them ono of ^t. ii 
gladness, one of greater prosperity no* 
•i than any that hare preceded it. 



ir Appeal — Hear Ua ! 

tosses will strike hard; 
il directly within Ihofloodr 



it the farmers ond stoek- 

1 bo wonting ill those sym- 
s like' these should be ever 
rmerhns suffered, wo fool il; 
er has mot with a lois, wo 
ir kindest 



ready, a 



d in odditio 


n to this, we 


ribcrs iu tb 


flooded ilis 


.Is wilh mo 


o or less s 


lores is are 


fOJi.H-diii-J 



'o all who are subscribers, those wbt 
by Ibis calamity by flood— if the; 

id as to frankly make known lo u: 
among the heavy sufferers, wewil 



o ask those of our subscribers whn 



'Bend worthy special 



o herself and to her r. 
imperative duty, and 



"Good, True ni 
eamc spirit lo < 

Home and the 



What Should tbo State do for Bnornmonto? 

»»wr propOBlHouS have boon offered that the 

Ri*ic should nrolcct Sacramento against 'ho dun- 



t the 



at of 



D Stale, I 



It is 



i, by 

r'„..,r, of ibo Capilol. This nud the other public 
business of tbe Supremo Court create n public 
interest, and should receive a corresponding Pub- 
lic aid nod protcetloa. 

Sacramento has received tbo Inst yoar a liberal 
sura from the publio treasury for tho cause of ag- 
riculture, and the citisens havo contributed liber- 
ally lo this and to every other work ; and wo c*n 
sec ao reason why the Stale sbnuld nnt extend its 
aid and protection to that oily in this hour of her 

. We hope, therefore, that at an early day after 
■be coming togelhor of the Legislature a bill will 
bo offered, tendering that city tba Loan of One 
Hundred Thounnd DoUatt, without interest, (or a 
givea period, tbe city to give her Bonds for the 
same, and should prosperity come to Sacramento 
she can thou talualarily pay tho interest, but 
Should misfortune again loner upon her, the State 
could cilcnd tbe Bonds, or remit thorn altogether. 
Tho Stale is as much bound in hnnor and dnty 



end aid it 
nil— as s 



to giva 



all t 



scientific 
Tha State 
ho people, nud the 
'0 used for the pro- 

ir institutinns are 



a interests, while t 
rent, Guardian and Protect 
d should throw a shield Ii 
no feeling of sectional jer 
when such protection n* 



same aid. One 
another by fire, 



citym 



Wo hnpe, therefore, lhat if Sacrament, 
tbo aid ol tbo Stale by Loan, il will b 
readily, cheerfully, generously, to show 
appreciation fur the noble aland that i 



Sympathy oolong Parmein. 
Tnn great calamity wbicb has fallen upon 
Agricultnrnl Interest, orer a vast cstenl of 
State, demands some public notice and attenl 

There are localities where are Farmers v 
hate been bereft nf their nil and are left in si 
uess and destitution. Snch eases demand 
heart sympathies of erery brother Farmer, i 
every county and section of county where 3> 






if suffering. Wo hope erery 
opon others will foci it his 



e n per 



n of b 



tiui.- in luokinj; up cusrs of fullering, and see tbnt 
they are provided for. This would be a noble 
wnrk ond bring a noble reward. There are cases 
of suffering— ninny, most undoubtedly — and they 
should bo sought out and relieved. The onrlh has 
brought forth bounteously the past year, and from 
its great abundance tbo hungry should be fed and 
tbe destitute should be supplied. Farmers havo 



n .■.'|,|,,,rh 
a for tho 



o testify thoir g. 
i prosperity, by c 



ludo t 



erfully, for "The Lord 



rs should 


not fo 


get tbnt 


what 1 


elievo the 


Buffo rin 


gsof olh 


rs— ev 


hrslowcd 


is onlj 


money [ 


utout 1 




Interest Ihun C 




ts palmie 


t days. 


For eve 


ry doll 




iromiso 


that sc 


en dol 


be return 


cd, and 


Cod Ale 


ighty 1 



A Pino Stockton Farm, 
uiu county Is that nf Morris Dooloy, Esq.. 



so we 




n do more and mo 


re for 












gaged. 










CETOS 


I! 


me- 


tHFnovtKO 


— St 


lyand 


so 


rely go 


ng ahead. 


Busln 




1 


it dri 


iug; yet 





reeled o 



oppo 



Jose, by B. W. Oweu k Co., 
era as a Grocery, tbey doing n larg 
ic Square. A floe, largo huildin 
:cupicd by It. B. Pnrker, Esq., gr< 
trnl gonds. Another by the llessr 



ThoFe 


rm 


if Mr 


no 


Sacrame 




ond 


nnd 


9.11 undo 


a 


Hull 


ed 



by new building 



wrjddVubliih wnGdeneo. OUCQStn 

CoiuaprUM.- We Jo,! weak, copied nn : 
which appeared in n e D l tnl p orBrJ aaic[ ibc 
tar (ignoturo of "Agricole," „ nd ^hich w. 
posed was written by our old correspondent 



lhc author, tbengb by whui right* 
hi-- well kuotrn signature, we are 



Agrie 






eily,o 



alllbet 



w of the comple 
cultivation of tbe It 



little 



lb I 

Wall 

from Stockton, whic 

cultivated, where the cropi 

kinds of vegetables have bti 

ol extra site and quality. 

npon such land has yielded ■ 



of potatoes nnd all 
i very abundant nod 
'be clover produced 
ouderfuily. 



cip]..:.l. mnjiirini; orer li.'e mika of lenca finished, 
at a co5l of over SS.OOO -Upon this Ranch is nne ol 
the best Baras in tbo Slate, nlsu costing tho full 
sum of $5,000. Upon iho Ranch are forty 
choice American Marcs, sii flno animals for the 
Dairy, of Deron and Durham blood, nnd also, we 

not employed, as well as the oitras— tbe num- 
ber or ihe regulnr horses of Iho Line being out 
hundred and forty. 

Wo feal pleased to know lhat Iho success of Mr 

Dooley, as a stage proprietor, lias tbua been Iht 

means of establishing so Bno a farm^one thai 

dnes him great credit, bolb for the character n 

Stock, tbo buildings and fence. 



Grain and Hny BuUnn. 
Wn>K in Sulsun Oily nbout tun first of Inst 
onlb wo gathered the following statistics to 
.owlho largo amount of business done in that 
eadlly growing city. As there is always a dis- 
position bysomo speculntors 



ilioa to ihoii 

list, U 



ri'.l L 



TL-fore 



,1 for good and sulBcien 

io good would come t 
r parties 



c did n 



tbo jironWr 



sun City is steadily progressing— imp rove - 
i we note in many places. The amount of 
Grain and other produce shipped from this 

place annually is anarmous. We galbored tbo 

following facts ; 

a Suisun City mill owned and carried on by 

Messrs. Marslon A StoCki 



u this i 



It hU5 



erful 



mill r 



saner. A railrond from the wharf to 
so and tbe mill brings the wheat and 
a flour fni shipment. Tb* flour m 
rice of Hour at tbnt data ?:. Tbe i 






■cluse 



.■ mill is fed t 



ir day for It 



worn ZOO being fei 
300 tuns: Jackson Warehouse contained BOO tun 
wheal, 100 tuns barley, and 300 tuns hay. Ituliuj 
price then, If lo 3c. for wheal; $16 to $20 fo 
iy,$S to $10. Freight to San Frnncisc 






II, ,11, id and Hillburn's warehouse eoi 
6,300 sacks wheat, 3,000 sacks barley, Si 
ay upon wborf. Their warehouse is of slo 
y 50 feet, with an addition of wood 32 fee- 
apacity of warehouse, 1,T00 tuns. Hay w 
i date (Not. 1) at fT to $1-1 perl 






piugw 



00 feet frontage 


Prop 
ild of br 


"I " "•" 




Tha stca 


been sent away from 
mors that run regal 


There is a valuable lean 


rj lorge ba, 
d b., ..d.« 


which 
mlcbc 
onds 


vill ere lo 
of this I 


g prove of great val 
avebeen pnttly recln 
cgun nud arc in progr 



im tho city of Suisun is indebted for h 
valuable quarry of dark-veined Mar 



ie year; 



n few miles fro 



s partially worked by C. T. 
of our city, tbo owner of tho quarry. It 
to be so hard that it was temporarily 
Tbo Marble was very beautifully 
L Inrgo piece of it, highly polished, is 
office, whore it can bo seen. Wo hope 
will ogoin he worked. 

Will Growing Wlio.it Pay at 15 Siuhobs per 

m-growers nro losing 
rheu it sells for SI 50 

j very fact tbnt nearly 
sairrr that have been 



early double tbo I 



lined tbis yei 
id then wo I 
i tbo Wars. 



ippOS' 



an oridence that wheat does pay, am 
wa have the following fntts. Wo me 
r of a ranch ia San Joaquin county, who bad 
cd 3B0 ncres of wheat— tbe work all dot 
help—plnnied .;uilo laic— tbo yield 
ni buabels per acre— yet, after all e»p 
the not profit was SI, 800— equal to $ 

> profit paid hnlfils 



tt year's 



rudanlly, s 



'ill be paid for. Who. 



n-itb I 



of these examples of Gra 



ParrolQE in San Joaqaln. 

is no county in tho Stalo whero thori 

tyofSan Joaquin, and although I 
!n some cases of misfortune, there 
ernuiplcs of si 



6 glnd al. 



"1 FiOIOBVLI StookioM.— Wo 
- uolc the steady progress of 
1 Works. When at Stockton wo called in 
new Broom Factory of Mr. D. J. Smiley 
ly from Saa Francisco, from Ihe factory of 
-- "actory) and found 









andsomo Brooms per day, ns the 
'.- 0/ Ui i,Kn nn.jl, pair uf hand,. Mr. Smiley 
his Factory on the corner of Centro and Wasta- 
a (rather out of Ihe way of trade), 






ie that iho U 



imlllos 
hate and li 



rill fei 



nnko then 
:st brnom ns well as tho che.i|iest 
Itlicua of Stockton, pntroolio yoi 



the fine ranch of Morris Dooley, Esq. P. 
don has alio a large and well-stacked Tarn 
dona great good to tho entire county by b; 

tell well up 



The fiirn 



Dn the ioduatry of tbii wealthy count 
of Austin Spring, Esq., contains 1 3 
■»..«. noma Utile distance from the City,' I 
under fence-some 10 miles good fence. Of th 
^50 acres cultivnled— bnlanco stock— 176 bend 
good horned slock— many eolls, etc. This la. 



he pine 



■ of the 



I In t 



u the highest 



uu lily, ,i 



ao llonac-We saw a rcr 


promising 


been due them. A 








Mazeppa, stand, vj hon 




managed, there Is 








Iran d— dam, a Morgan mar 
y, of good action, full dee 
ock with a powerful mas 


■ Mnieppn 
chest, line 


Ihe poor. To rem 
com milt eo of ttlla 
into ill affairs, nnd 
peeled perftetly 


that make a good horse 
good ronditer. 


Maieppn 



5 NEW YEAR AND THE NEW taVR, 

Tho yoar of KlghUen Siity-Oso 



i often dimmtd tha night; 
iltth<krrne(tsm.rti 



Bat lot ns now the past rovlow, 

See how Ihe Beautiful, Good and Tnn 

Will far on t.weigh— however rife— 



fheir power and triumph o'er the lomb ; 

Thdl l fi..ij, Ji -,i , ,j(rifr.' ,]uirlly Hies— 
Twa^ but a "blessing lo disguise." 
N'o human reason could foresee 
The H dcfiKued by Dolly ; 



Llko tbe Old Yen 
Ofhnmenearesi 
Then, la bright . 
Like tbe Now Ve 

Tba Weber House, Stockton. 

This old Pioneer Hotel, so long and fovnrablj 

known ns tbo general bead quarters of the Irnveler. 

has recently cbnngod proprietors, nnd baa bees 

refitted and furnished and is now well patronized 

now under the proprietorship of Messrs. A. A C, 



all that 



vny of gi 
lake tl 



ing plea 



■ith IhL-o 



auf- 



Gcient to insure a good homo. Travelers to the 
"Big Trees" nnd nt llurphy's remember the Sper- 
rys nod Porry3, and now with a good Ifolel at 
Stockton, with more Sperrys, wo can guarantee 
uaother good house, nnd travelers will always bo 
well cared for. 

Wo nro glad tbo "Sperrys" nro so numerous 4 
family, and feci prond wo havo so goodly a number 
of that nnmo on our list. There aro tho "Sperrys" 
at the Big Trees, "Sperrys" at Slurpby'a, "Spoi- 
ry's Mills" nnd "Sperry's Ranches" — everybody 
knows Austin Spcrry, the pioneer of the Sporrys — 
and Sperrys at tbe Weber. We nro glad nf it. 



Langfords, 



.in, I oiivrny 
i of lifu ac 



Riches of ran Missa.— While nt Stockton 
Inst few days we hnd Iho pleasure to meet 
subscriber, W. B. Wbitcsidcs, Esq., nnd M 
Slater, just iu from the gold nnd silver coi 



.ugh I. 






from tho Coso and Argus mines and from Ibe 
Pnnaminlt Mountains, ucnr Dcnih Mountains— some 
CO miles east of Walker's Pass. Many of Ihe 
specimens were rich— trials were to bo made bj 
assay to lest their ronl value. This district of 
mines is some 180 miles from Visnlio, nnd a trael 
of country parallel with Iho Sierra tfovndai. 
We surely wish success to our friends, only bopinj 
they will rcmuiubcr us when they strike It rici. 



by John Potion, Esq., 
of tulo laud, 4000 acn 
head nf bcovo cattle, 



>ofthls. Tbcmlllis 



"n thi- tulo land, nil i 
. nil kinds of v.^euUi-. 



i right robbery «f 



THE CALIFOENIA F -A- B, ME B ■ 



BY OVBR&AND TELEGRAPH. 

BATTLES AM' TRIUMPH OF UNION TROOPS ! 

NO TROUBLE WITH ENGLAND! 
K Oiipfttchta rcc oivcd al Si. Louis from Qeo-J-opi 



leavint; nil ibiir I'-ieCRc, "rms, munitions, etc., in 

X; Oon, Pope's ^osHwion- <>«■ "P 1 : ' h " ' '7" 

fonvnri tea companic- of cavalj, with » Motion 

■ ^Ge^FopTfurcod n bnd J of ^"^ "»«>** ,( 



i of OjceoL, w 



iroop!, a 



rod 160 of tho rebels, 



— - Trith their baggage borscs. Othtr robeti were 
^ also taken in squads of from 10 to is, malting on 

aewesut of 3«n prisoners. 
^t*» H r QmseT, ItL, Dec. 21. 

W Diipdtches from Washington give ihceringnows, 
Private letltrj received from distinguished Eog- 

3 .li,b Statesmen and other prominent individuals 
..rivo every advance thai it is foreign to tho in- 
uresis of tlie English Government to make any 
uresis o uit ""* , ., , hiiji hot 



Flooded Again. 
SjLCBABWTfo hm again Buffered from Inundation, 
ho Lever, on the American was being rapidly ro- 
iired and strengthened, nnd Bums' slough, bo- 

jo interior caused the American to rise rapidly 
o Hnnday, and, « tho filling nf tho (lough irns 

ad Hooded ilie city, though not to tho some client 

reWously, the water only coming up to L olrcet. 

Up to Kondftj, Iho Sseromeulo river had fallen 

feet Irani its greatest highl (22 feet), being 

D IB ft 



For Elegance and Usefulness Com- 
bined in a Present 

For the Holidays, 

BUT -A- 



h rough tho ere 


asse near Sol 


ervlllo. 


It had 


lien bat a few i 


cbes irom ih 






ccounU. 








TVi hire boon a 


aiu visited with 


hiavj ra 


n, which 






wintry re 




:fo anything bat 


jrMable, Kor 


In had fa 


sn 1»» 


slice tbo Oth, up to 










biaTj Monday 


■ ml Taos 


ay; la 


cleared .in for Chr 


ilcou, and VTo 


nesd.jw 





tad. 



V nation as the United Stntei 

■.lonorablt "grant. Tile di»p»Wl 

■ Minister, received at Washing!. 

■bo more sensible and modem 

^» lenUtioos of the British prcis 
belief. Nothing peremptory oi 
dieted to our Government, no. 
,4on led to their viovsout tvhic 
«tlled by diplomacy. 

The Federal troops now occe 
.and are fortifying "-—-'■ 
Atlantic bus arrived _ ... . 

■1 with 11,000 pounds of Sea Island cotton. 
.^.„ r I,,,,. pt.0,,,14 of Sea Island cotton bad 



.f tho British 

d lead to the 
crntive is ad- 
diflkultr pre 
. end will bo 

eaufort, S. C, 



jot-raco botwaeo Selsya and Rix for J1000 nsldi 
o!T el Mission Ban Joae oo Saturday. Tho du 
ran was eighty yards, Belaja giving his opponee 

fifteen foot start- Tho raco resulted in arletory fo 

" • , who won by ono yard. 



0r -.l[.T'l 



k York froi 

of Sea l! 

. _. Sea Islani 

i to the departure of tho . 

" -bull's r- 



jaaiicT'col. Jeff. Oasis and Major Mi 
Elands surprised the rebel cai 
i Ho., on tho 2Uth, and eaplni 

prisoners, inlendiog three Cole...-,, 
lairu, 1,1'"" ..,-,[,d nV ono;, !,"■'■" bones, and ful 
camp eq ipa E e. Our loss .ras but two k.lled and 
-eight wounded. This is regarded as the . 
■biilUanl eupluit of tbe war. Major Httbban 
t iho 1st Missouri Catalry, captured over 00 rt 
Ti day or two since, together with a large am 
Eof bBETOEO. Geu.Popo and his assistants an 
( - ined to rid Missouri of rebels. A batlli 
a Pope's artni nnd Price's is expected t 



In Congrt*-', ou the Mill, the Ilonde pi 



F!IE=H GARDEN SEEDS. 
[yThf nnderttgned are the Snle 






i, WILLI JtHB A: BUCKLEV, 



.oiyir.,., 



3, aflnd 



n gnnl 



ended a: 



...jo Fugitive Slave Low be 
bid the iceaptoro ur rctnrn of any fugil 
t, wilhont proof that the claimant is loyal. 

It says Gen. Ord started 
.ging elpedilion with one rcgil 



jndcrGeo. McCall. lice 
iTllle, n brisk eagagemo 
when tho enemy cetrcate 
rounded on tho field, wl 
elntaini. etc. Their In 
i. Our Id 



;my near " 
.„, ...jungftoi 

■Ting the dead a 

;.,li L ,asi.l .u !:■'-' 'ill II-! hi' 

billed and eight wqqnueu, 
tw(-niv-tir(.< viiiii-lf, raoslly old whale 
ave Li.i-11 pur l- bused by Government, lojtl 
i stone, with tho prr*-*-'- 

.. .ijnLi,^- ttn. ■.■.,- I- ul llii 



h.aad other po 
ranees of [ho b 
H will doubtless prove effectual. 

„. 1'ini.i,], h, In., /...(i.-. '-- ha? dispatches fr 
'more saying that Fort Pic 
,i i'uri ilullae ibreo limes 



ipene 



Clares will be reqn 



$1,000 Reward! 

JOHN O. BELL. 

Nos. 631 and 636 CIjj street, 

WILL GIVE TUB ABOVE REWARD TO ANT 1 
unon that will prove to him that they can pore 

OIL CLOTHS, 
CARPETS, 

PAPER HANGINGS AND BORDERS, 

MATS AND MATTING, 

Rugs for Christmas Presents, 

QILT CORSEES AND POLES, 

Dais A sks ahd Window-shades, and Hoube- 

F urn is hi so Good b of eve bit 

Description, 

Choapor than wn will sell for CASDI fr Iho noil 

TIEN" ID-ci--5rS! 

wUlboioUo* Auction. 

CLAT STEEBT— the second Carpet Staro be. 

Ho;. 634 and 636. 

man C. BELL, 



w 

H 

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& 
W 
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S 
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PirallJ Be-in; 
"TlierJ" 



s 

E 
W 
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M 

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■ dulo-iuieli 

"W h 

jIS.. N 

Sf^* E 

. O. HAVDBN, Agent, 




SEED WAKEHOUSE. 

{KSTABUeBZIl IN lasoj 

S. ~W. MOOXU3 

IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IK 
CARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and Shrub 
SEEDS, 

NO. 1IO CALIFORNIA. STREET, 

Between Sansurae and Montgomery (treats, 
SAN FRANCISCO, 



SACRAMENTO ADVERTISE M EN T3. 

LAMOT & COLLINS, 

Leaders and Introducers of 

FASHIONS 

IFOIfc HATS! 

Corner 3d and J stu., 

BAOBAHEKTO. y-era 



1,; 





s,Scnn 


or from Kent 


ek T , 










ecLinri.l;;-, 


"wa"\ 









3d —Later now) 


as been ro- 




e. Tho qncetlnn 






























sloinlnr; the canoe 


of the United 


Fmod> IX Oni 


01— Tho ilaamer 


ram Portion. 


,c. 13, bronchi 


ows Lbot Oreeoii a 




tniLury bars bee 


Tlilted by the rami 










aecoantrj. The 


oiuy staiou 1st lo i 


nrlng <he 1'tte 








with an oecailooi 


























v.- f.,1 l.iKl,, 






of properly has b, 


<a uailroytd or w« 


D,l Hi, .,. ..1 



Original Eagle Eat Store. 

COLLINS &: CO., 
HATTERS, 

^gain in tla.0 Fieia, 

O. J. GOLLIHS. farraorly ot Commercial •treet; am 
J. 0. COLLINS, Into or Washington street 1 
r«?£ Have formed a Corarlnenhip far the PJ 
JhBH porposoor carrjlngon tho ffg 

JS5. HAT AND CAP BUSINESS 

Is All Ito Bbasciiib. 

BEKO PEAOTICAL workmen ourselves 

And Judges of Material, our ralroni may roly on Goods 

bought at our storo being- 

The BEST tn Every Respect. 

HATS OF BVEHY DBSCEIPTI0H 

HADE TO 0BDEE, 

Al Iho shortest notice. 

'R HOST BISFEL-rrULLT IwVITI Ouit 0LO FoiCHOS 

tell as the Publlo E anera11y, 10 jtirt us a call. 

aud RUDVEBATE. 

Peruvian and Stage Drivers' Hats 



I>U,"V GOODS! g[ 

■,;■ 

The Best Class ! 

At Lowest Prices! 
The Largest Stock! 
And Greatest Variety! 

CALL AT 
O'l'OMELL. RYAN &. C'o.'n, 



P, S.---A Large Stock of Carpets Always 
On Hand. 



3L 



Collegiate Institute, 
BBKTIOIA. 

FOR MALES ONLY. 

THE NEST 



Punlli I 






o tbe lOih or lllh 



ready famished. 



„.. IMari^l, 



aught, & 



II rlea--a I 




ntT» 11 in Trot— The aew Itatetraah of ill 
ilanuoo. acar the Wllloni, am tauguraled on 
ileruaylui by the ten mile Tr.il b.lwcen Otntnil 
■,i,r an, I fFm. 1L ScvartL Tlis tr.ek was in fair 

adlly, and *<* ibo race, boinR a qu.ritr of i mile 
Bad oa Ibe lost raDo. Time — tieteurd, 3Q:tC} ; Toy- 



WEBER HOUSE, 

STOCKTOX, if^Ra CALIFORNIA. 

pHE UttDERSir.NBD HAVE 7AK.EN THE AHOVI 

FIRST -CLASS HOTEL. 
SLEEPING ROOMS AND BEDS 



HARDEN 8s FOLGER, 

Steam Coffee and Spice Mills, 

HAV1HO JUflT ItEL'EIVED, EX "aTAtlMflllT,' TUE 
only tot or 

«s-.m?j: »;■■.. .-M"]»r3E: 

Old Grovernment JAVA COFFEE, 



HAS FOR SALE 

Alfalfa or Clille Clover, 
Dnngarlan Grass, 

Kenlucbf Blue-graHN, 
Orcliard Grass, 
Rod-top Grasti, 
Sainfoin Grasn, 
EDglish Eye-grasa, 
Timothy Grass, 
Bed Clover, 

"White Dutch Clover, 
Crimson Clever, 
Lucerne, &c, ic, <kc., &o. 

EVERY VARIETY OF 
BEET, CABBAGE, CARROT, 

CUOUalBER, LETTUCE, MELONS, 
ONION'S, EARLY AND LATE PEAS, 
RADISH, TDRSIP, TOMATO, 
BEANS, Ac, &c, Ik. 

Havana Tobacco Seed. 

COTTON SEED. 

GUANO from Johnson's Island. 

FLOWER SEEDS (300 VarletlCH). 
BTJIiBSi 






Agricultural Implements I 

OF ALL KINDS, 

—AT THE— 

Lowest City Prices 

"Wholesale ;iml Iteta.il. 

3. D. VltTIIlll Sl SOK, 



IMPORTANT! 

,t-B HAVE TO-DAY WADE A BIATBRIAIi 

REDUCTION IN OUR PRICES 

CO^L OILS! 

machinery Oils! 
CAMPHEN E! 

TXTRPEISTTinSTE I 

STANFORD BROTHERS, 

California street, near 'Front, 



Money Wanted in the Country, 

iplUjUUU 0M), |1= rf ccl lltla, and 1.11b a DI .l 



A.tlvei-tisers 



North Point Dock Warehouse, 



1VH. T. COLEMAN » 



Buy jS.11 "SToiAjl- 

SILVERWARE 



and In oudlois variety, Imported direct from F 
and Qbduakv. 

gfy Native California Evergreen ^ff 

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS 

FDD ElPDlTlTlOS. 

THE UNDERSIONED, FROM HIS EXTENSIVE 

faellltlai and 
Large Stock of Every Variety of Seed, 

Can offer unusual Inducements la 
MERCHANTS IN WE TRADE, FARMERS, 
AND I.ARQS RANCH OWNERS, 
Who wish to oe.nar.lled In bis lino. 
And woulu recommend that Oncaaa run Sum bo seat 
DIRECT to Ibe UDdinleced, through tho Express or 
by Mall, otherKlio pnilles rap GREAT RISK or bolng 
liDposed ujmn, In eaio tbolr Ordom ihould bo Bllod at 



03- Tho A K onti of Well,, Forja A Co. 1 . Exarass at 
<roby authorlsad to net u Akoois for Ibe uadorslpiai 
, takioe Ordan for Seeds and recolptlfls for tbo same. 

K&~ SEND FOE A CATA10QITE. 

S. ~SY. MOOBE, 

SEED WAREHOUSE, 
110 California street, 
BAN F&ANCISaO. 



WHEELER 85 WILSON'S 

Fit'st Frcnllmii 

SEWING MACHINES 

ABE AOKNOWLEDGED 

— TO BE — 

fah stjpeeioe 

To All Others In Use. 



Ii. C. IIATDEN, Aisn^ 



T U C S. 13 B. 1 



BLUE VITRIOL 

Or Bluestoue, 

The Indispensable Article for Wheat- 
Growers. 

CALIFORNIA MANUFACTURE ; ALSO, EN- 
GLISH AND PHILADELPHIA, 
OUARABTTBBD FTJSIE. 
For sale In quantities, AT LOWEST RATES. 
REDINCTOIV &. CO., 



BUY ALL YOUR 

W A- T O H E S 



TUOKER! 



THE 




=^iyOB£IA£ABMEB 



II» stakes we h«riiW bv m 

A, h„ bub d»ec b«iij . j 

i^tt&rtT'"*" 






hi 


iff, and 1 


flmt in IT 


■■ f ■'"■■■" 












luJ, 111' 


B b 


" Ilu 


',','u'U". 


i), mv-l' 






, ono ltl< 


ol summer 


uvea, 












But bo » 


UD . 


Tb 


'iX't Ih.t 


u.. K in M 


ovain 


n°"e 


. tbr.'.iij 


■n U!>nn la 

r m..l tb" 

lini tl.nl 


iBlUgnt b 

. i .,■ i..v. 

',! lL -'h .11 




mr 


hialu er 


childhood 


dan-nit. K 












Through 


Ilia 




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BUSINESS NOTICES. 
Tuo Ben's Opwiso-- 



„ , „,,.,.. tbemagulliccnt jewelry palace 

•luce tbe doors were opcped. It is worm a ">"S 
travel to visit thia store. All Out "^Jjj^ 
fluid tusle could devise, or the genius 
[ho mechanic could perfect, baa been don 

cbwtB and finished dmign Ibrough- 



of the lineal suecimeni of 

The deep rich color of the v*uo 

„ I, !,!.!, 1, dark u,uh 0B anv, and etabcllh-hed with 



It ia 

j in our city 



Pulu! The WonderiUl! 



■ 10 SCIinBIBEIt'S rtc« PULU Dipull 
ien Imtamrtco'tlnwelihl la (Ota; 






"st* Tho present si 
il cosily ; though i 



!B inMuj. 
Tils Utile loson then, mv frioed, remember. 






Valedictory. 

•With this numbenve resign tbo Edito 

Of Ihc- Ladies' Department of the FsaMta. F 

two years we have vainly tried lo perform ihc di 

do it as "e desired— with satiufaetian to oorsi 
oriritb that benellt which vrc had hoped too 



Oar " forte" is our Profession. Oar nilod is more 
intent on healing tbe sick and preserving health 
than in writing editorials, and wc regret that we 
have dooe so litllo for that deportment of a Jour- 
nal capable of so ranch good. Our profession de- 
mands all oor time, and increasing business claims 
tfurbestftbitHr. TVs hope, however, to give occa- 
siooally some thoughts to the columns of this do- 

Ttrillen will again give their happy comtouoica. 
tlonii and tboi muko tbe Ladies' Department of 
the FsnmE more valuable and interesting Ibao it 
has been noder our charge. 

TYiih many and grateful thanks for the kind 
favors shown as, and with best wishes for all our 
friends, we wish tbem ali o licrry Christmas as 
h. W. Washes, SL D. 



iog add 



ild ltd- 

""'"7h l " rt ;-i, ! ' 1 " l n" , Jt"fj"'"'' 1 " " , " 1 "" !inii ''"'' 

pUes-tomeelthelamptatiou. so Iffitsbly ■" 

"On, tbeWa»biwiO*v."— The washing day Is 
one of tho "storming days " in tho "domestic life. 
"John, bung ont tbe clothesline"; "llftry, brin K 
me tho clothes pins"; "Snsan, help me with this 



Union Hotel, Sonoma. 



Iir 1,-ji *>( rrjJ'»A*™M£fl»- 



Mi.e, 



ilo ioYanW,' ttflrr theta moro of it to sleeping 
d living appnrtmcQis. _ 

"Well, lo be practical, and 'g.vc my experience, 



IF i.l,-, 



[FnrlhsOllkmil. Forra".] 
Tba Battles of Ufe. 
There is a Uniting analogy between the laws i 
physical and moral progress, but they are of« 
impeded in their operations by the arbitrary roh 
and regulations of man. The right cultivation ■ 
the soil does not impoverish, but enriches it, whi 
careless and improper culture unfits It feryieldiog 
but weeds aud worthless plants. Iu lik 
the human mind, by wrong education, may be 
despoiled or its natural goodness, nud Implanted 
■with so much that is false and useless that it be- 
comes enfeebled and unlit to contend in the great 
battles of life. 

The birthright for which mankind hate been 
conlcotling is civil, religious, and so;ial freedom. 
Tho first coit the lives of innumerable millioos of 
human beings, deluging the earth with sens ol 
blood, and filling tho air with a universal groau, 

out all flges of the world's history. 

Sot until after a thoosand convulsions and rev- 
olutions of nations wns the mao-cblld of Frcedon 
bora, and theu thrown like an outcast upon thi 
desolate nilds of tho Western Hemisphere, when 
ho was baptised iu tho blood of the Bevololiou 
and Afterwords grew in wisdom and stature b 
resisting aggression, subduing the soil, and fllliuj 
the land wilb peace aod plenty. 

Bcllgtona freedom was bought Ttith a. price no 
less dear, nud wilh still keener pBBgs of suffering. 
Tbe llrtng iircnms nf life and thought were dried 
up at their fountains by fire and sword and fears 

But Ihn immutable laws of nature aud truth 
cau only be perverted Tor a lime ; like a mighty 
river, swelling from ihc innumerable springs of its 

Onward course, and rushes on with redoubled en- 
ergy to the great fulfillment of human destiny. 

Tbe battle for social Jrocdom is scarcely yet be- 
gun j but it « ill be fought upon the mote elevated 
"plane" of reason, where no carunl weapons arc 
needed, but where, every lover of iroth will be 
armed wilh tho mighty lever of thought, based 
upon the fulcrum of universal liberty aud justice. 
They shall overturn error and false doctrines, and 
liberate the enslaved and unthinking minds of the 
masses. In this warfare, moral courage is more 
needed than physical, aod a glorious day will it be 
Tor humanity, when people shall be found combat- 
ting for the supremacy of good over etllnlth as 
much leal and courage as are now displayed for 

Tho;e who fall or are wounded lo this severest 

to die of their wooods; or, If they survive tbeii 
misfiirtann, Ibeir (pari are pointed out as mark; 



a bunvenly Father, how much bel- 
ie key of sunny facts aud joyoos 

IhV'hideousT^It a child is bora 
needs lo thrive is the currying out 
-al laws. For the first few weeks, 
•s is often enough for nursing; after 
k will then bo regularly 



Njw Hat Sioiie is S*s Fn as Cisco.— A handsomi 
"beaver" is tbe very crowiinp nrtielo of a gentle 
mail's dress. A bad bat spoils all ; a gentce 
glossy beaver will make even a shabby dreia luol 
decent. C. J. Collins, the original "Eagle Ho 
Store" or San Francisco, In 1352, has nowopenti 

and wilh his brother, J. C. Collins, tbey are pre 
fd,lo "head" off every gentleman in our Statt 
cive them iho very "tip lop" ol a fashionabi 
liully on Couimer 

of Lnmatl k Col 



SPERRVS HOTEL. 

Mujr^»:jtty ;> g» damp, 

„_, TiiEctMiMoi'i-'i'.-i nv.E.i'p.oopp.irnTL 

ifSm ISO, lately jreotad by tbasubserll ..,., -„ . .. h ;_ 

liilH vi ' T ' r ■ hD " olccmi^b run, ... -|. I ::,,,■:;..:. 

*BIoVkEES," nr olher natural curiam-, i:,,/,^ 

:l Tne'raa n a e em.ntofthar> 3 mo, 1 ie.Dopar lB1 ea tttBa . 

Tt^alls B t"k T d a «*th r fine WINES and Iho 1^ 
illy unnrlicd -Hh lea^nable delicacies. 

Bimodal'ion fnr thi 



ijf'nleasun_ 

' "sPERitY A PEP.RV. 




ungry, and regularly si 



Queen uf England. Wrap It well, all but the 

i, and toko il daily into tho purest air you can 

i. Let Its bnlhs b« not decidedly cold water, 

and before nursing, and then another nice nap 

allow. As it grows a few months older, 






indcr the broad roof of 
don't stop for " 



ped up like a perfect mummy, out with baby, 
ud'if you want to see ihe litllo one's cheeks tnkn 
n the rose, let it feel tho splendid tonic in a sharp 
or'-wcslcr; and it will smile al tho snow-Bakes 
j they softly melt on its velvet cheeks, and grow 
■■'il;. E" "••'"■A "I'd IM iin.l happy, lll.it 111'; lull.: 
i ft nil! I .'.- out fjulinoal hymn of praises to God 



Insure Your Property 
DANCERS OF FIRE! 

AND YOUR LIVES 1 

PROVISION FOR TOUR FAMILIES, 

In Case or Your Dcalln 

General Insurance Agency 

FIRE and LIFE: 

BIGELOW BROTHERS & FLINT, 

OPFICE ; 

i. Parrott & Co 

N FRAN CISCO, CAL. 



Capital Represented, $8,! 

Home Insurance Co., H. Y Assets $1,900,000 

Security Firo Inauranco Co., 



PRESTON'S PLACE 

Tomales Bayj Marin Co, 

„^, I1VI5I1 Ti> i:.M't'iM )IV PKTESDSiSD 



o n Jr if t » m.hing lo pass a few days pleataaim, u, 
ountrr, this locality has fan enoals Bni^liij- 
'ishlnr, lluntlnp;, and B «ib«iOK shallB ™ U>. h., w 

'«DlrT* Pt^'illTaV pleasurd lo eaaearor bSJ 
our i jits a K reaa lo. r y PREJIOS. 



DOWNIE HOTEL,] 
South End of Durgan Bridge, 

Nevada street, Downieville. 

W, ffl. BOWNEY, Proprietor, 



Yeut Ricu f'ussiTDBi.— Messrs. Stllinp;, Man, 
S Co., nro novr receiving the largest assortment of 
Rich Fnrniluro ever opened on this Coist, coniisl- 
of about Ivo tiauiand cases. Wc looked into tho 
Warehouse, the prt-scot week, and eiamincd tho 
rich Parlor and Ohntnbcr Scls. Wo noticed one 
Chamber Set, of carved bluok-Trnlnnl (most su- 
p.-rli), valae.l .u ¥i.iun ; otli.r... j-!u(i. HM». >3uii, 
i.,ul :~2'.M. each : alio, l'nrl.,1- S t l,., J lull, „nj do.vn 

lylo of Ladies' W 



oCuba 



1, very c 



t Cijods, will w.-ll rcpfty j 



rage 



. The: 



■ W-.:.,[ui 





TTITn ISCRB 


\9ED BUS IS E 




11. IV! 
























om^anrrUr 


























iolheuKnnlnumbi 


























m*l 








■;;;„' 














tlqaon and Ci e ar 









ST. GEOEGE| 

HOTEL, 

Om ^oioartla. StreetJ 
Between J aod K streets, 

SACRAMESTO OITY. 



Thonii " 

Park " " " "... 

American Eichnngo " "... 

Conn. Mutmil Life Insurance Co., 

of Hartford, Conn - 



tfingibat killing op- 
liuess ho nis placed 



lifetime in learning muat D0 uo | cat neil— a still 
harder ta.k-hefn.e they ean be prepared lo wane 





wben tb 


time 


comes 


4 o 


Ihr. 




00. It al) turn 






e^rtoVyal 


UBblniTp 


aTin' 


. How 


''" 


ii.lv 
itha 


































bfd- 


lue, or the lea 










?by 


\nicle desired 




r cry 


og by 




g the 


■ idusb itself oft 










to h 




.!• il mil 








dnvr 
























ohjeots fail. 1 














[.!.,■ n lu- 






















color and shape 


ll for life 


mil eiernliy. 


nfl 




How It ia D 


SB.— We 


ately 


visited 


hitlfl 




.Ui.,1,.1,, 


I, says the 




Ibej- were engn 


.■I Mill 


■bine 


up ,;r, 


II' 




::::"".,."' 


we I hy 


': 'i 




,'l-' 


over" 


lums .ii linely 


,111 :„„! 


raide 


cano." 


Vl„ 





very plenty and gru-.ving in pnulu favor. Mossrs. 
Graves, Williams i Buckley arc sending nut front 
their Wine Collar soma of tbe Best that has yet 
been mndo. It Is a very snperior article, of great 
body and strength, nod as Que as cau bo mndo; it 
is from tbo Vineyard of Mr. Woolsey of Oakland. 
The Wine Cellar of Messrs. G. W. H B. I; under 
harge or Mr. Coiuina, who will show oil nt- 
mi to visitors that lecl an inlsTct in the 



said much In favor of 



l.v,:,- I lirril" "F nilUI'IT ivlil, M.-,r.. als. 
., a J WKLLi. t'AlltiO S CO.. Id the inuant of 

■1*65,000 IVIontlily, 



N ADJUSTMENT. 



MKKi'H.lNliISP:, InVKLLISO.JBndlh-Ir CONTKHTa, 



BIGELOW BROTHERS & FLIRT. 

BBFBRENOE9 : 



Warm Springs Hotelll 



i BEAUTIFUL PI. .ICE: OFStl 
i'. - " , ■■■ I ■ ■ '■'■■ 

;!',.",.! '.'.". '. i ! :'l."'..,- I .1711,.'. ' '■ .. -r, I 

■,'.'■.■'.■ i-'il/u I .-r ... in.' ! ■ ■'■■'. ■■-■''. '■'■'.'- '■■■'; 

U I Rli " S *" LEWIS BBADY, Pmpilml 



The l=*laaco. S«tl>te| 

DOWNIEVILLE. 
RETICKER & MORRISOM. 



Wc Imto i Hues and PoMcaseKralo "Jjj^'^e*" 
i.ii -fi...r.i!..i < «. „!,'i'l','-^.in. ; Vir^'ai" Ully mnK d'l'.^* 



LILIA Da U0STA.1A. BTEDAItT, Fnt-Offloa, 






AowcblinnAt WaiiBuouau is Stockton.— Thi 
fnrtuers, mechanics and ranchmen must nlwuyi 
remi'mbcr thnt one uflbe Inrgest supplies of im- 
plements, iodIs, aud goods for tho ranches car 
nlwayibc found at iho waichouaee of Messrs. Jouei 
k Hewlett's uf Stocklon. This linn hare tho vcrj 
h.-ir.i.Hlllk-, iinhuUlJ Stnl..-«fur piir.-hn-iiig, « ; 
Ihn- .:.m alw.iy .1" r.»ll hy lln-ir p.itron.. Than 
in , !0 e-L.lHi>],u,cni in S..n .l..n.|.iin coun.v tin. 



equal 



ii.dnidtn 



inllsfaci 



MRS. r>. NOECHOSS, 
No. 144 SBCiamento Btreot, 

LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. 

This belnx the only regular Linirn' banes Tam- 

«i«i.i . ; >.."r in f=i,ii i-.m.-i -.-. l.i Lit, can aUal. rol? 
li,"\u "",'""'' "'° "" ,Mt "" ,nn " , n[ and be.l ujla icodi 
■i -ii'-l the Hail, and completed 



_ ....h th» be. 

bo luipoitatltia of Pino OwiOj, un lio wilb |h: 
r. iberebr 



■r r:.„. 



UNDER LINEN. 
HOSIERY 

UNDER CLOTHING, 

And alt Qoodi 1b our line. 

MM, D. KOUCBOas, 



RASCHE Jt SONS. 

„ 100 Washlnpui, „„„, Han Prane 

Dealers 



PIANOFORTES 

SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 

Musical Instruments. 

iSd-inr-'^r &c 

A. II. dale &. Co., \ow York, 

G. Merer, Plillndelpbla, 

T. Gilbert, IIoHton, 

Whoia r IAS 03 tbor CONSTANTLY keep on hud, 

FOR SALE AND TO RENT. 

PianoB and All Other Instruments 

TUNED AND REPAIRED. 



1000 Acres of JLanA 

ISO COWS, 

A Good Milk aid Dairy BosinS 

For Sale at a Great Bargain- 

A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY IS NOW 0| f ^ 

Hcuw'oaaof.ho"';''!-" "'.'■' ' I: C :■'""''■'■■<•■ 
ua-ovorolTored la an. State. Tho }"*&£fi 
Sulsuo Cilj. slthlu Qt-g milej. Tborc i*^ n w ,£jji 
Lnud, well foaeeJ, -hlch cau bo had at *W«*V5 
uad Idiolect COWS for »» each, lojtlt"" i, 
duo aud Bailor (.„ fttdiBi ai-cli. CUce ! -"l , "~7'j:r 
tor-Chura., Caa., Pan, ¥«,!., ele, vJatJ "^y 
AH thus implimtoti iflll go to Iho purrhw" 

Tho Title to the Land sod Proper!! *> ."?*S 
Thora are ahta 1000 aerei u( v«~\ L inl n.lj'f " ,a 
for two joan ai 81 par aero; this cool ■I* 1 "" 

"■I a\" sod" and°r"i^iuiblo part) thli prj«tt^l 
«eld an iho u,a.l ,heral limi-MJ ^ofr 
CASH, halaaeo od «ueh llieo asnlll '■■•".'al-' 
Panoaj wl.hlnu 10 huv «lll ploaja call en « -^ 



FOR S^.XjS3- 

.jjs^. a^ valuable aoMMTEm^Tii^l 

GAHDEN-EWGINE FOR SA# 



THE CALIFOBKIA FABMEbT 



95 




THE V E B. M O IV T 

SEED-SOWER AND REVOLVING HARROW I 
FARMERS, ^ATTENTION ! 

Wl.b Ud. mubl.., «,, !««» "■"' <=" """«" ° P» ,r ° rhor "'. " n 1, " f0r ' D "" °^ r, " ° 0t 

Seeding and Harrowing at the same Tune. 

,,., i.,m i.«. -i.,.r in. «! »r ■ i !-"ir; lis','::"',",:, 1 .;;.*; SAS'EEE 

IT IS SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION, STRONG, AND DURABLE, 

,..H.. i .„. ; ,..t»,.I....'...'...tt..."™l "-■" •■■"■ "«»"l» Wl**""" 
It now inakei lla flnt ar-pon ranee on the Poe 



KKAPP, Bl'RBr.LI, Si. CO., 



B,Enpt.l0.1Efil. 



,:> It,,- ..III- 



ill, and people 



„„.[ 'i.i.di. Nobody e 
ch is considered v.-ry * 
lists. Tboiiure. i* quit' 






EST'.i-. '. .3 ■"""'7'.*;- J i".. ""»" 



FURNIT U B.E I 

BEDDING! 



(g| and Importers of 0*&», 

V HARNESS, 1 *** 

S addles, Bridles, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE-WARE, &C, 

216 and 218.(01d Ho. 68) Battery street, 

Comer of lUehmond, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 
HAEHESBof »U the Principal Mnlore in the Tinted 
BtM». Also, BOLE AGEHTS for Pacific Con it, for 

HILL'S CONCORD HARNESS, 

"Wholesale and Bat-ail." 

TIRST PREMIDM AWAEDEE Mil'' -'- wl ''j 

■".'..J. . _ " Rrn ,. r „..i,.,,|s J..TJI.. .nrf Inr bal 

1SJ.Ji:i= lir.l'-J 



BAILEY'S PATENT 

COMBIKTED 

WASHING AND WRINGING 

MACIHNE. 



East India Tea Store. 

ESTABLISHED LW 1867. 

631 "Washington street, 

Nearly opr-aile llwoWf Optra Uoose. 



,' nc m T„-k Mi'-ki.--. 



ind ate consider 
o. In Snu-ib At 



jc platform with ttgrc 
bat be, li»d doe-eagre 



Cntttags from Vanity Fair. 
hen "Fvwt fo JtaWmf" JfcwA.— We 
(11 benrf of the ndrica ptcn to the, pcrp 
Elaywrigln liyniagatinns friend. "My dear 



.rilli.i 


t witticisms end you 


r pluj ff 


ngco.u 

Till: 


lie Senium at W 
In n belter basinet 

b o.oia nrints reprw 


n III.. ,\ 


>!■ '.!■ 


demand of thoir oot.!titne.nll 
an nr tomeboily el-'- 1 •■ li..ll riiitiL 

i of too GnlE 


1 f.« 1 


be finer tbno that? 






G1SO. M- SIVXITH & CO. 

DEALERS EXCLUSIVELY IN 

Choice Green and Black TEAS 

Of Ohine-e and Japancio production; 

COFFEE, SUBAE, AHD CHOCOLATE. 




SELLING, MARX & CO., 

I RE-OPENED THE 

Extensive Furniture Warerooms, 

FORMERLY OCCUPIED BV 

JT. G. CLARK •& Co., 

Ho. 610 Washington street, Up Stairs, 

OPPOSITE THE MAHKET. 




B0ARDMAN, GRAY & Co^ 

ALBANY, N. Y. 





ELEGANT ROSEWOOD CASES 

GOOD AND^DUBABLE. 
^VABBANTEIJ I 

BENE FOB OIBOTJIiABS 
GIVIHO FULL- DESCRIPTION. 

Very Low Wholesale Cosh Bates, 



AH our Piano Forte, haro our Croat Improve 

PATENT INSULATED IRON RIM 

SE1TD FOR^IRCTJLARS. 

Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed, 

or tlio HIuhcj Refunded, 

BOARDKLAN, GRAY & Co,, 

MAHUFAOTUHEBS. 
„ ALBANY, K. Y. 



I .,..1 .."■.-. .,:■-. , .-.II I. .(iJli. Ii-'l -I '■ ruL ".I"! IO- in -11.- 

C.i.-r.il A^,.iu l.ir <;„iil,iin.i ji,il Un-;no. 
,\ Mi.-hli,,: ..ill !:■■ -.I,.|''.rl.ii] hl f. D. Cuttle'. Cnrjieo 



THE CATARACT 

Washing' Machine 

AND WRINGER 

Rubbing and Wringing Done Away! 




^Ki!, relicat I'moj 1'orl llojul. Tt,'.9 cilrinrdioD 
^^^^pribotioo of the rebel C-oeral uo only be ( 
■^Hfinled for by Ibo luppoinioo tliat be ">■ " 

^nUm^ ikt Ct-f- <J — W'lij ii a 



tint Th ■. 17-1 Hi'.-: k, ".-: 1 ■.-.-. mi.i II---H ' - 

1 Wli.tn-,1 m..v I if. miJ of Tl,e fniluri.. ol G.r 

El ABwrfcc'i reticl roramainl, u ■ fit-hiiny boiiy, it eel 

, H Uiolj („r,.:,. I- well in loel-uag Rum. 

IjHn Iloti,.— Without plenty of cavalry, ore nee 



Sft PIONEER ^ 

Riding- Academy, 

LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, 

intuit ii .ruiiv-tis 



6.M«/'n>ni>-i)'|(;,iw*- ^ci«d in&tFoi 
ffiiAotjiOFi.— Tbc Tiger. 

JJU-ni-.r./VW«,[,/ii/>t"_TUoBwotd[.Smil. ,„,.... 
( EUmji .« (ft- H-iHfV— Lmw dreiies. «ui *T™f "C 

n *"*"" The waj Do P° nt look l0 ™" a | '"uSlSlai (!"— "' 
ueod &v jlnr Uie itiy, 



UmIVi I!..;..,! fort 




PATENT RIGHTS FOR SALE. 



Ho. L A New Botary Subsoil Plow. 



Ho. 2. A Corn Cultivator 

No. a An Improved Clotbiii Bool nndBar. 
V»m.l:! J^K^r, i IBM. 

, T V L ' V '■' ' \ i' '"-' l'^ ■'■- V- ■ ■ ,' ' i ! ''■' 'ri ■ i i '.- ■ ' r--' '■' ' r" ' b] T.7."J r C ■ n j'rl.'ei'bS 

rYi'n-'vkV, '!i ,. m! ',„'■■ '.V.ji, n':., "in. '■'.., '.;, ■ : ';";'; ; ';;. || " | ■■ 

U *°' Ho. *. Tho Kecniinlc'i Bplnt Level, 
'flwem^iew'IS'fSrtim [SS Vor|*™rtM ju'«"><Jo™ Ao 



mrs MACHINE 

IS 
REMARKABLE 

FOR THE 
FOLLOWING 

QUALITIES 
WHICH IT IS 
WARRANTED 
TO POSSESS.- 
I Lico Collar, or Iho 
netlifin. 
ind durable, cud can- 



JOUN G. XLS, 



Colby's Patent Improved 
CLOTHESWRINCER 

F-i-iii- m v iiim; I • AT'tli HI |l I" I I I'H WUI ■■ I'' 




AUo, Hjde'i Potent Poit-TJriier, 

„. , ."' , | ',' 1 ..„. , .';."-..'nL. '-:, n. ■■■ .HI :,',"l.n...... 



WOOL, HIDES. AND SKINS, 
Fiuroliase <SL 

AT TUB HIOIIEST SIABKET BATES, 

LONING & FUERSTEIN, 

BO FRONT STBBET. 



BUY ALL YOUR 

r> iam o nsr r> s 

OF 

TUCKER! 



THE 



^fijOBNIA^lB^ 



Wholesale Produoo Report. 

n. renre^i. U- prle- 1*** *" d """ """^J™ 
tOorreeted ■«"!, °T A. a Todd 4 Co., Mo. '= jT ^ 

an aofcTorat.lt nod Ji.OJlrOPS e^" 1 ■"■ a™" m U1 ° l 
^- . ,r „n. Qt-,1.. .ml Ore;an— no-Hlioj! 'In e.jiliur 



of •» wwel at ro.Uind, that bod « 
I lug for thii port, b»Tio E dlsebo> S ed 
. U w M dTb.«tWtl« t . That Oregon 



> .bio.hOTeeoiiijiWto tb.lrlo.diog: the ionp-rnil, 

t Xaltaoulh, look for earso »,1K <i»- "btat, raluea. 

: StMJi; the Ion«*toi. f« "Ttrpwl, took «9 .11' 

i Ld 1.- bare, 43 e»k, ullow ood «,T« lb. -boat, 

' valued ilHLSlS. Tbu.U.ra.T.F.rlneandC«te. — 

' Mb arrived from Oropo ; lb* ewgo. ■« « « 

■ H.8OT bote, fro* 301 <k.. antoue, 2M bains *oo 

1 bbii. butter, mbid« andiron i- m.»». 

! unit ir»d. can b= expected ro. the n«t ci B bt «> 



have found that 1 
lotiesweroofsui 
.Innod human Mr 



amount that if loogei con- 
are of too Editorial depart- 



Journal Ibst »Jv 0n «E Ins onn p«l!"'" °>» 



pondence; besid' 

for tbo journal, noo B »™ .--- ~ 

farms, gordeus, and vineyards, and nil the m 

matters cODnMWd with nor enterpriso M <»' » 

was possible, and often beyond oar stroll 









m-i imv.- v 



mtly ii 



tt Journal wltboul weios, 
.1 nuDufllly. 

Slock-rniser will alwnji 

■tier advised of tbo markets, mo t hot klnd 
f information so in 
J*n»T^«* Fa^-Thae faithfully alvo- 
ited the.be5tinlorwt.of the Fr-rmcrano Stock- 
ier for eight jcare, and ,- Ifa. «W A«""0L. 



In order, that 

of these heavy 

igtb, and g, 



djjr, Tbo uneulne*. ttaf w Wt an 


1 .bich we 






oine has about nbtided, .od m 8od tha 
















otery ogrieultural Motion of oar Stale t. 


he " „*' _™" t 



be MleclJan of tbeir iced ; oil of wliisb a 
j. Oar receipts of groin for tbo put 
•oo heavy, both eoesWiae sou from « 
■e Boy. L.rco ausntltics ol dom^l b 
to ritcircJ from Sncroroento Cily, obicb 
otobo (applied again in gocd birlcy. 
plion of Ibis groin being rtry briry In 
of Ibo Stale, aoodroOM i. e™r.J.Ti1ly «|.( 



i, 100 its. j polotoe 
LMSikti wool, S 



gg|i_ 



[Utmir.l'a 5S 



Do™tiHH>l«)B3Coe 1 OU 






cnlltJ li 



1 great 



>r for any one mind. 
i , - h -.- ourseir rrom eomo 
I regain our eihausled 



of \erlcoltore, wc 
-'- -irtab— 



,-dy .U.r 






"jVk. Phillips, 
,9 the Foreman 



Wo hftTO therefore, from_tl 
itb 09 in the 
Esq., who ba« 

r v' r .,! ; i :i,ji : ;: : ;"s™ 

other State. 

Mr. niilliL.5 will from ihia 
..„. ,'.iit.li,i.ing noa principal 
of liie Fauheb, nod Ibu; rcl 






.l',:ll] in (!.■-■:■ vi'-il, ....li.-il llieni'lmi' 
,| .,11 Din iVi, nJ :■ ami ill 1 ' Intii'l-: i'l in 



tinJIv ,-.,'ml„.,i..i liiti> .is OBi, who has n 
' illy served us in ihot importanl pond 
:riBd of eight years. 

, ,-i" .■'('■'' u-'no"™ renewal of their sol 
.rltioycar close at band, nnd to gi 
their kind influe 
We glvo to all 



nfor thi 
oyfrieod: 



ong their frieods. 

ost sincere thanks fo 

t; porioii, ond hope by this 



if L-iiiiblO'l ." 



How Mast Gbms BigbI— We Called inii 
Bng Factory of A. Skogh, Esq., of Stockton, 1 
certain the nomber of grain bags mode monthly, and 
was really surprised nt what we learned. Mr. S. 
informed us thot the som total of the year 1301, 
of bags for Grain nod Flour, which wero mado by 

300,000, or between taeaty and tumty-jivt Ikouia 
bsyipcr monlS, and this in ooly one of Ihrce fact 
ties io Stockton. Verily, San Joaquin may carry 
off the palm for groin hags I Who con beat 



.quality none; oponiib, lit quality it-, 2d 






is Gnus Wiiir.nucac isd S. 
ot the Warehouse of Musi 
brwarding merchants nnd pi 
ascertained that they hod or 



FARM STOCK, to. 

Splendid Bucks I 

crystaiTfai. ACE ! 

" "- C H V * T 4 I- I' A I, A C E ' \*" t 



Pacific Mail Stcamsliip Company's 
Sonora. 



mucBON 

wmi« 

n SATUROAV... 



...COMJIAMDES 









Jth. ThO 0*BMBS11 FiRKES 

jformntion reloti 
nch of Agriculti 



onUins 



I, Thn Oil 



contains lbs an- 

, f all Kbit Seeds, Grains, Oraww, 

etc., together with nil New Imple.aeuts that w 11 
.,;,„ ,1,, cause of the cnlnrators ot the sot!. 
, The Cmroaxii FAR«Ba contains the amrnl 
and introduction of nil the best Stock of nil 
kinds as bdoii ns known, together with tlto full 
Market Reports of all the interests appertaining 



I Fabh 



r the o 






10th. The Oalii 
papa on the PnciGc Coast 
its original Editor and ProptirtQr, commencing 
the time this Journal commenced; and hnvi 

hinn cini-l.ull in ill- ■■■lliirt; fur lln (!»od of thl 
iinert.us, dtirrvvi the cheerful patronage of nil 
good men. 

A Grand Opportunity for a Homo. 



Full-Blood Umhani Stock. 

b»vo ■ number ot Fall-Blood Darlum and ilia I 
, of porfecl pedlgrtM, worthy ibo mention of 

Another Herd of Hable Block for Sale. 



Well Bred Stock For Sale, 

HAVTHO A LAKQE BBEBDING STOCK OF 

SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, 

SOUTHDOWN SHEEP, 
THOaOOQH-BRED TROIDIHG HOBSK, 

....AT.... 

" WOODBTJRN FARM," 

Thoae, do"lrons or pnrehaiing, can b* soppliod at anj 

AJderncj- and AyrMblre CatUo. 

It, A1TCI1BBON AI.KIA1TDBR, 
•1341 Slirliig Kliitli.ii, WwHlfOnl l oiu.t) , It)". 



, Full-blood MerlDO Sbeep. 

Foreou =i(bin; Foil-blood Merino Sheep eo 
■secure ■ p»d bargain by uppljinR to on. b 
' J*«™ally » w. ba„ «», of Tory ertr 



BBTABLISHBD 1S60- 

■A. Gr E 3ST C Y 
Mission Woolen Mills 

OeaU, Tbe proprlrlor of .lie- MISSIOH WO 
MILLS rwpeetfnlly announce* ID tbo trade, Out ba 



FAlilLV BLANKBT9, all Wool, lapOlorqoiuljr ; 
MACKtHAW ,: " " 

SOAftLET ii m 



nPnoaam lUlln.nl Conijiin;, «nJ (rum A-Jptuw.ll |» Krw 
irk by Ibo Allmal e »n F " OR g E3 ™^ 1 ' B ' A B nt ;oCK n Acoou, 



Californift Bteain Nav igation Company, 



CARliyiNO PNITED STATES UAH,. 
Stooor ECLtPBE, Caolaln E. C. M. Chijwlck: 






COLEMAN'S LINE, 

B&S FBANCBCO TO HEW YOEK. 

^i. HAVLNO ESTABLISHED A L1SE i|jk 

CLIPPER SHIPS, 

ro sail reuolnily from Sao Francisco to Now York, «» 
are prepared to ofier unusual nullities to 

Shippers of California Prodoce, 



1. Free of Omrol 



Qoodi from the 
ADVANCES m 

& CO. 



GOLDEN S' 

lIVRtD.J. 'I 



F. RFINTS LONG-3HAWLS, ill Wool, wit 



<e Bloodstock for Sole. 



Betall Prlcei at Waihmgton Market— »«■ 24 



port and one-third to Sacramento. Wo believe 
ej hove sold more largelj thoo any hooso in 

Stockton. They nre alwnjs ready to purchase of 

tbe Farmer nnd pny ready money. 






Ajrihlr^ nilli Cnlrc. by tlidr .iilo..' 



Sillily (-booth.. 

Tornipi Pdoi.. 

Cnb ApplH.. ■■ 1>a.. 



Eioellint BiHLEi FocKa.— II may oot bo known 
o ibo fanners or barley growers of our State that 
re have California made Barley Hurts ; yet such 
9 tbo fact. We colled an the mnkcr when Id 
llocktoo, Mr. W. llearusley, and round bim n truo 
rorking man— coat off, sleeves stuffed up, and 
inrd at work. Bcardjley's Barley Forks ore now 
■steemed superior to nil other. Former? maai 



mfac 



■s In | 



LiiOuo Elicktinin . 



eiHclairibpl«a 

Vcil.".^!"" 

v..jii-:..i!m.... 

iiTI,..li|,.|..., 



a ..[Mipi'ta.p 



!'■ Pi'. Tdocnn., ..^rb.. 1 

■ ■■ » {j B x B -g™^ ! »" *•"■■! 






-Wool Bubisbss.— Mctsri. Christy k Wist 
.nd shipment of wool on commission, with 



d and Fifty Acres Bich Land. 

iVlll Lo mM a birsiln If .ppUtJ lor ta 



American Ewes Wanted. 



■Bevenl Valoililo ITACIIINi:.- lor WIlilMl.lKlJJU. 



AGEiisyo-x- : 
■ r .n Sacramento §lreet. 

S ». McLESNAN, Proprietor. 



Better than Preston & Merrill's 
_A.t Less Prices I 

BOAB.DMAWS 
OHALL ENC5-E 

Yeast Powder, 

FULLY GUABANTEED. 



f SATISFACTQlIY, TDE t! 

IlKTt.i|t'rii:i>. 
Jo by ill Jobber., too by 



FAMILY MARKETING. 

Stall No. I, Washington Market, 

Flmllle. thai dulre the very tw kind, al 

Fruits and Tegetablea^ 

, iViibTbcnl FKESU crcry moralco. by eilllag « 

BDDDINGTON'S, 

\i>. 1, IVaHblnta^on Market, 



HUCKS & LAMBERT'S 

CELEBRATED PATENT 

H & L AXLE-GREASE. 

THE SUBSCRIBE11S HAVE THE PLEASUKE OF 
"""hoMnoy havoVeoa honored by tho Committee 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE 

First Premium 
UNRIVALED JLXLE-GREASE. 

S. F. BAT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 

II t. ■■-• Awarded them tboit 

IjF'irst-olass Prize 

But however trotifyin B to 'the advertUers to have their 

"HOME MANUFACTURE " 

thos dlstiuEnlshod, It is with greater pride they itat» 
the foot thiHnotwltbjtondinelhoc.vorwboliai^c im|.,r- 
lotion of an ailicto from Ibo Ei>L. .ruining their title), 
the demand Tor their NOW POPULAR 

D ol Ij AXLE-GREASE 



AndwhilitthoUanofaci 



TO FAaEUfef EZIfcES ! 



Left Oct 

GMmAlUcCLEi.L*.s-si'r.E : ius.ii,Hi«o«T^-aisil. 
McClellon, o few years since, offered his band in 
■age 10 Sllsa Kllen Marey, a heaullful anil ae- 

Jisbed lady, a daughter of Col. Mnrcy, of the 

V. S. Army. Col. Marey oojecled lo the union, on 

till Sole ground that ho could not consent to the 

riOge of his daughter lo any genllulnnn belung- 

„ to the army. UeCleilnn nt oner* rtdgned hit 
.-i,ui[iii -. ■iun, ii nd acceplcu the place of L'lii'.-i" Kn- 
Kiiiver uj.-jii the lllliiH.-: l.'.-iilr..l lL..ilrnaJ, at sal. 

ry of g8,0Q0 a vi-ur; and threeyeura since he wm 

uni'-l 1'illia .M.in.v ; iiTnl now, li»viii(.; rinitvruJ 

io army, Is now Comraander- 



PBEFABED TO MAZE ADVANCES 

Consignments of approved Produce 

FRIENDS IN LIVERPOOL, 
ON VLItT FATOHABLE TEBHS. 



SlO^I 



Bamplei of Grain. 
1 finest Samples of Grain grown 
be seen at the Office of tbo FiMl 



—The pabtlsbet 



d dollars le<a— a I 
the Poll office dtp 



statement of thi 
lli'ty thoutand dol- 



8 agar -beet Seed. 

AN INVOICE OF I'HEM.'H Si-i}.\l'..i!i:iiv si: Eli. 
Airily alOEcoof Forme!, 



The British Reviews, 
Blackwood's Magazine, 

Tin: LONDON OCAR1TELY tConaervatWo). 
THE EDINBUEOH EEV1EW (WbJgl- 
THE ROETH BEITiaH BEVIUW Q?r« Church). 
THE -WESTMIHSTER REVIEW (LiberBl). 
BLACKWOOD'S EDDfBTOQH UAGAZIITE (Toiy). 



WOOL-GROWERS 

OF CALIFORNIA. 

TEE UHDKIiainKED, AGKNT OF TnE CALIFORNIA 
v,-ijij[, imuV.'illlM' a^^gClATION'- 



WOOL to the kui on 






f„, to ,E^™.™™ 



-f a :-i !*.'-■■ h" rEnSilJs, T ™' 



Tlie Best Churn I£«own 

JEBITS PATENT CIIUR??. 

Finf"»b?ra*Ti Tl " ; y * H T A n °- A AHD ALAMEDA 



Allallii Seed. 



LARGE WASHjNG-MACHINE, 
ana^ii W Su^^ ra ^"nh ^N' E p WITn !f K * TBR 

I'" ■! !■":;,. M.'.!.|':.Vl-l.|,..','.n'.'i '.'. . ■ ','„ '] .',. ' , ' 'i ' 

bargain, by oolllug at this Oiko, nhoto it cao ba 



BTJ-2- A. I. I, TOTJR 

PEARLS 
T XT O K ' E It 



f °* toTuitaiD the 

WIDE-SPREAD REPUTATION" 
motorlal hoi oeqnlred, of Uiii.r 

TEE BEST AND CHEAPEST 

Lubricating Medium 



WHEEL-CAHRIAQES, ETC., 
or Introduced into California I 

HVCIU 6i IiA&IDGRT, 
Inventors and sole Hanufaotoron, 



P. J. DEVINE & BRO-, 

FRLJIIUI 

]VC«x-lole) W orlS-Si 

K street, between Sixth and Seventh streets, 

SACRAMENTO. 






■ crTopi. 



Orders from the Country promptly attended to. 

N. E.— P. J. D. A Dro , hn T e rceoirod Diplomas ondOd* 
aechanlcs' Inilllu™! "" a 



S7V OOIi! 

pTLTchaBed at the Highest Market Bat«. 



OALIFOSNIA FARMER- 

Ft-v i ■■".-: ,i tin.- Poit-officu, and thoiaonoy "111 come dire* 

M-.sn.v- L 1I.LH, Hsu., iVop.i ChyeaiOintnti. 




| VOLUME XVI. 



BAN FRANCISCO 



CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNINO. JANUARY 3, 1863. 



NUMBER 18. 



% folitaiua JfraiKt 



' VSBFOL SCIENCES. 



□OLOMBfc WAHB-EIl. 1 



me 


good cod .III 


urn. 


■m 


beneath i »« 




9 


rSI 


ncsds. 




on. deep: 

lb mighty sweep: 

■Ude Ihey madly poor 


od 


bo torrent i b 


ink). 



W'iiiit Seeds e 



: This day being 'he first of lliuNJ 
. being tho near approach of tl 





Ham 


c-giow 


, 19 tbo 


csnli of tb;!t own eiperi 


"a 


d rely 


or upon 


your knowledge, acquires 


ij travel 










f Koropc 




nnm 


..,:. 




d, 1 with lo gain the eipe- 






us who bat 


e tiled boih foreign and do 


mm 


.c 8*1 


i. aod ibo 


locate ell the reliable in 
















cditorinl or Jan. 11 tb : 


" 


til DO 


simply en 


mgb 10 know bow to ploa 






depot it ' 




me 




ed-ralscr; 


it requires for S ur.h a bus! 


nes 


a tho 


rough kno 


wlcdgo ^or Ibo nature ™ 




eed, so 


that wbn 


ever may be tbo species, 


sho 


IdbaS 


d carefully 


nurtured and grown as i 



rutin 


; [,.. ,,.,-l.I, rilled b 


v b 


inK kept in a 


"'■"* 


oom, after they begin to grow. 




elibcr will clon 


d 






nil tbc former be 






rm. 


oli^nb^iona 


b 


dof their up- 








gln!5 0!i| they 










UR« 










fully gronped, and 








to their vigor, 


ibo tnlloJlmny ocenpy 


tbc 





possess not only n perfect physical structure, an . 
uninterrupted beiilih, but Ibo power so lo perfect 



lies dtKrt, waste, ofliroliorefi— 
iperoos dllu or the unloads, too 
UModirotbXwVy gathered 
ira tlieir feebla grasp 'raid wreck 

ir- a'oj froiu, and bird, upon Ibo 
utl rilled by lb= tiwcbcmui 0™ 

riot' i,iii;liUr* nlrelcblog 



am re its seed pi 


feellji lo this end g 
required ; and thus fa 


cen too great to 
B Ibo business in 


i earn required for 

d a reliable rcpotntin 
seeds raised in Califo 


been grown by 


ndividuols where til 



GATE DESIGN FOR A FARM ESTRANGE. 

mungb for a nent watch -cbnli 



hat Ibis Society is Ihc most 
i tho Slote, baring paid nil 
iponscs promptly, wbllo the 
to strong friends who have 



a Ilea 



'. LI S b eo 



on, with blastings in tboii 



nt d>«o 


th« M„ 


o^^IoTy. 


rl 












lo plant 


icb other's pa 


J. I 


■*" cua 


J-auory 


.1ML. 




Delay 


in Fanning Opera 


dona. 




id coat 






tended 


jilnmily 


Jill i' .1 f'V il 


almo 




of Imm 


nte tracts o 




ill cans 


eagre* 


delay in tbc 


jiniti 




at year 




and I 


niru 


already plan 


ed, bn 


less u 


ndcr wn 


er, and (Dm 


cons 



business is Ibo selling of si 
t can host bo promoted by 
whether they be the Flomo-g 



What FinltB Btjoll I Grow 1 
I republish from tbo Fahheb of Decci 
igo, ihc following: As wohave promisee 



Dtnns of the FAiiMr.n, It will ho 
ly prepared, by tbo largest and 
over offered, to supply all ord 



BlUvalors in tbo erops they will pal in, and Iberi 
Encases nowwberc tbo calamines of Ibo tlaoi 

land the prwetit year We bnpo, howerer, when 

■Ulejland Is thus last lo nse, our upland am 

Kltildes and mountain land will bs brought int. 

Hllre lenuisliino, for BO great bal been tbo quae 

Illy of water fallen that loud will be so mac 

•Maraud a. to become very fertile, nnd Ibe qolcki 

Eft high land is brought into use tho belter. T 

Iht hill-sides, even to Hie bill-tops, lot the pi o 

beset lo work, nod every acre of good land I 

MlifMed, 



n that I an 

It slock of Seeds 

on tbo very bi 



its, truly, 

S. W. SIoobe. 



red. That there a 
excellent character, \ 
not deny; but where n fow (holfdoseu)a 
intcd we shall give a few for each of tho soaaor 
d enlarge for those who wish to grow grout 

Summer Appla. 
Early Strawberry ; July to August. 
Esrly Harvest; Jnly. 
Red Juoenilng; July. 
Rod Ajtrncbnn ; July lo August. 
Williams' Favorite ; Jaly lo August. 
Largo Yellow Rough ; August. 
Autumn Appla. 
Gravensteln; Seplember lo November. 
Aloinnder; Seplember lo October. 
Denuty of Kent; October to December. 
Porter; Seplember. 
Rnmbo ; October lo December. 
Fall Pippin ; October to December. 

TFtnler Apph,. 
Bolluawer Yellow; November lo February. 
Baldwin ; December to March. 
Golden Russel ; October to January. 
Rhode Island Greening; October to March. 



'iiy, « 



J the 






i prefer the i 



ublo or, 



Ibo single hyacinth. Without denying the beauty 
of autne of the doublo kinds, it may novoclhi " 
bo asserted In general terms, Ibnt tbo single 
rioiies are the profernblo ones for ordinary di 
atlvo purposes. Tbcy ore morn vigorous in 
slituiiou than the douhlo-ilowcred sorts, ofic 
brighter hues, and generally they prodi 



il uf ill. 



ups,tboy 



v:l,il-i 



of ordinary potlery-u 



|,nl,l 




CI, 


tbo coa 




mai 


rial bein 


byaco 
Afte 


..I 


ng 


iIiilIi'h 


« 


l!|..r 


ngWysm 




; 


;,r 


very J 


li 
rro 


n il.i 


EDmmnry 

Bnll, C.H 


Mr IV 


i'n 
nl 


J 


f Walib 
bibiior, 


° 


i be 


. , ln rh «pl 


ground of his 

"Rjocintbe 

lemberto Ch 

5 ion of bloom 


" Ocio't 


" 


vy bo potted fr 
rder to secure 
$ perhaps ibc 1 



o-tbird of ibo bulb shonld b 



iug them, at 
it ur forcin 



as required, 10 a cold 
is the leaves eipond, 
, gln.-o ; givepleuty of 
1 ibum from frost."— 



[At S. W. Moore's Seed Slorc, con ho found ft 
splendid collection of this »od nil other Bolus.] 



pain; 



Y. ill.,:. 



,, l"i|. 



ir Wli..-,. 



'o little < 



mofni 






lei them grow oven 
ilghlng 13 poDudf. 



je Sao Joaquin Vnlloy Agrlcoltnrvil Booletj 
jo year 1801. 
Tucio transactions ore published In a very 
'oluma of 170 pages, and comprise a history or 
bo Society, and all its doings, witb the to 



bib) li 


n no 


I'.CUI 


om 


awarded. 


Tho 




hlgbl 


crcdllable lo 


the 


Society. 






By 


ho n 


porU, i 





ad that t 




'I 


holds 


prop 


rty, va 


ued 


nt 830,03 


10.au 




debtd 


,su 


300 10 


th 


last Fair 


WBIO 


■uo 



laliiing S5U0D profit. Ono i 



Siberian Ci 
Holland Pippin. 
Smiths' Older; acid. 
Gloria liundl. 

Roihnry Itusset; very Into. 
Jersey Sweet ; baking. 

There are also many new kinds just Introduci 
rhich will soon he fully tested. 

Jubn Lewelllng, Esq., the well-knnwn Nursei 
nan of the San Lorenio Narsery, gives Ibo Tollo 
ng as among lbs best Apples grown In Cnliforn 



Tbo Inst must be n vnluabto variety, and wuul 
probably save a batcher's, bolter's nnd milkman 
bill. Lowolling grows this kind. It ahould 1 



ids or bynclotbs, 
rslty, will Bod hct 



t this, 



dnrly Ir 



ow nnd nlso improved i.i 
indeed, thoro has boon o 
nnce la tho quality ofnev 



niiu wo would 
i ml high-priced 



aslhoy may be, will alford them no advantagi 
looking at tho mnlter as a mere question of orna 
mcntnl display. Tbo interest to bo elicited froi 
tbo cultivation of novelties, such as these, will b 
dependent on otber sources- 
There are fow brighter and mora beautlfi 
Ibo hyr " 



i lur 



lull.- 



i, for Ibo dec 



i, or placed In gins 



elloat Poslmasler, O. L. Wellur, Esq. 

The Cocoons were clean and bright — tbo eggs 
re hope to bn able to batch, mature, and 



brilliant i 



ally a 






ors, If wo bi 
n[,[ I. urn-el ot tu-unort 
F.rsl an to glasses. Tl. 
idnib kIili5cs oro much 
,„it,l ,-l nil. It- hi,,.,,.....,. 
orm. They may be bud 
ii. nn-i nnd sbonld bo a 



Qrnpe-Vi dob— Fall Tralnlng- 
our early volumes, says tho Working Fan 
jublisbed several papers, by Mr. James 



i tato November, as being in every way 
o spring pruning. 

lella, Cntawba, and other out-door sorts, 
o doubt of tho superiority af fall prun- 
arbors are thus freed from a mass of 



■r. No bleed! 
lb Bpriny pro 

„„i,oly c-.w 



■■ pu-liini! forward or i 
Its, and tbo muss of can' 
rat to be Injured by Star, 
nr grapes requiring tho 
mini: is absolutely net 



o perfectly healed, 
a inlendcd for 



Base Id wheat and Rot In P 
Mr. Kllppart, in his work on drainage, gives 
the Information that drainngo prevents rust in 
wheat and rot in potatoes. Thoro Is no doubt of 
tbo entire Iruib or this Btntomonl. In Ibo potato- 
crop thero Is quite a surelv of It, as many n'olds, 
which, being undor-drainod, hovo effectually es- 
caped the rot, while thoau alongside, oot sa pro- 
iffetedK- ■" 



Wl„.-.i 



my l.o , 



in the fall in under- 
ii ill escape tho Ocs- 



su|.purl= fur 
vi.kil. Tho I 



IS nllOC 



tho diu-jront' 
erfoctly Bi 



ind. Tho 

v..1.i,)u:., 

isition, it 



. when tho bnlb Is placed in its ] 

may all bul touch tho surface of tho water. After 
planting, thoy should bo lot away la a close darlr. 



siaa liy, nnd by perfecting earner in lob season, 
will escape tho mldge-fly or weevil.— [Wait, Farcn. 



Cod Liven Oil, which for ant 

bout to yield tho field, If we I 

tow York Medical Times, to a m 
Oicicnt agent, in tho shape of .■ 
ilnnso Olark, of that city, who 



This will bo good 



98 



THE OALIFOSNIA FABMEB. 



Or a pes and Wins. 
At «. lata meeting of tbo Brooklyn Horticultural 
Society, some Important qnoallons regarding (hi 
grape Wore submitted by the editor or the Horii 
cnltUrlsl 10 Dr. Grants who rtpliea to lltn a 
lon.gth; nod, as hla remarks mual bo of micros 
and mine to onr vine-growers and readers, wi 

Ji tbenUcstlonsi 



. Wh»< 



■istlea 



constitute It tt't I 
table r 

I. Are these characteristics i 
those needed for the best grope " 

3. What li the comparative va 
and foreign grape, as objects of B 

i. la it yoor opinion that the 
be profitably grown for tbo pi 

fi. la not thorough preparation 

economical than poor preparation 

6. Is not some good system a 



!. "do E "l"-3 



1 thing? If a 



These questions, Sir. President, ; 
by onr friend the Editor, have opt 
intnallnf tbo passages list lend 
hall of the Vine ; nod if we ciptore t 
by the aid of the light which he has 
WD (ball obl.iin 5'illiL-init Lnov.l.-.l, 

are much inirr,?i.J in thr subject, 
interest, whether he now fttls it or 



a fruit for tbi 



ho soil mare 

rli.it nre the 
ic? 



K> prt'jeu! •!]■■. '■■!" 



ill. "What 



oi.y will enable , 



for tbo u 

Those 

Isabella, 



that with the pain 




tbo enlarged nbi 


ly to enjoy, wbic 






Thcv, under faroi 




beaded tbo It all) 












few can have, if t 








main Hill emlic- 


acyond the reach 


And that Ibis is n 




ently more fully s 








oar ordianir nati' 


esnre. Ifwecritii 




Jells in its beet 




t Iwo-tbirds of i 






make it palatable 


One-third or ram 












o pass (bis by the 


.it Is entirely di' 




.engory coating, w 




1(9 liifrljl. thai It 





Ij..!-lh [;! 



i, I think, 1 
It, of coursi 



The Isabella has, in 



o of not ripening 



Isabella i 



"'" '"• 



a fir b-ttcr j 
sriicd ac feel 



basis of high flavor in grapes. 1 
only cppai'!,>!-j :i:^-irv, id ciui?, [r,,-[ 

■or*rcomc. In quantity of sugar, It : 
aheCnian-bn, aj it is in tartaric acid. 
■work ot high flavor being a large a* 
overcome or qua! Hied hva larger on 
sugar, much else is required to cor 



10 of offi 

Tbc'grouoT 
.lint of grap 



e or ucclll 
The Catawba cc 



; bun 



It Talis beldw oar standard for " 

Although less acrid and puogenl in its skii 

- Isabella, it is never entirely uneieepllt 

his respect, nor is it over altogether del 

ude acid center, and always retains u i 

isirineencv, whic! 



fully sought fo; 



will a 







earilrforn 
















,.r.... 


abridged, 


aseofo 


icol- 


.\':'\\ 








ncotupa 


" uu 





o labia and'for- 
ooranl of tbo fa 



II equally flavored, 
■h and of sufficient 
c abundant juice, 
wine. In this are 
id perhaps equally, 



I [>...M1 



To the careless and iudiCf.reni I would ! 
re neglecting to accept good things t 
ffercd, to the abridgement of yonr owt 



know things 
have a kind, 

of dispute or 
rslood by any 
tbem. Tbey 

grape implies 
ptiona. 

c have placed 



the Cutawbn, In i 
.' Its full m 



A thai 



[fords 



ealcs oC 



a large proportioo ofbolb If u 



(.111,-:,], ,- 



HI- Ji.-l 



-,,,1,,,,,,,. 

■n 



belli, a 

tlals of wine- making, which the Isabella is oot, 
Toe Catawba i" d.-bci.-el in delicacy and refine- 
ment required i'i -:i', I.- it bi>;h unith ; but from it, 
" which It riintarti, itinv t.f hifli 



chuaetvt 

Isabella. From the Isabella an ct 
sparkling nine i; made, but all of lb. 
ling vines arc made by the addition ot eu 
with that they cap he mado of any grape, 



Id of 

i„ ,|,.rti- 



i..,.i[.|i ;.T.-p,.--,, 

is inseparable from tl 
'■---lrntesreadllj.a 






suitable cliim 






very dry, bot seas 
tail climate, tue uatawoa bos a high degi 
cieellence, and in some important points gi 
surpasses tbo fecbl a -flavored (feeble chcraci 
kinds of Europe, that are held in high estim 
there for tbc table. I speak of the various S 
waters, Royal Muscadines, and best of all Ibis 
family, tb» r.:iiuv.-r..:il i.ir,]d. „ Clusstlat of Fran, 
But it must alio be remarked, that these kinds, 



imwitb 

re tbo sunerlalivo la qaality, 
nnelhing in slic, with, perhaps 
Hon of the Muscat of Aleiaudi 
fully understood, docs not nmo 

a vinery, and even tben it lacks 



:<■ akin 



e kind: 

in-,l,:l, 



,.',],,.|ulril':':' <Jl" !(].> 1-fVlT.lgC i.' IV " I I T_ 

iii'l-n .li: .iriivv'l, by lb-.- d.n.M. li-in "I 
riim, nf ulrolial. Those teninrlinblo 
liin.., in ivliMjIiiittutjol is but anun- 
id-.nl, ivith moro alcohol would 
!o where they now so gr,iii>r'nlly t:- 



TIlloEO of tho Soil 



id UaDIITO. 





work 






urface plowing, and the after use nf the baa for 


B.W. 






a small plow; committing whnlesalo butobcry oo 




oots, actually turning tbem over, changing their 




icsition, and, at tbe some time, without creating 




n adequate disturbance of ncn- particles of soil 


U'um- 


a as to advantage by Nature's laws to tbe fullest 


Thom 


More recently, and pnrticulnrly in our purl of 


tolbe 


he country, tools have been invented displacing 




bo old stylo hoe and the one-horso plow in the 




Iter tillage of crops. These we have already 




ulk .U.chl.fd. WtrcfiT pnrticulnrly tothosub- 








ud row crops, displacing the old stylo hoc, fork 




nd spade. To this baro bcea added the horse 








inplomcnts, each of which takes the place a! 








"Tillage," now means, first, the thorough, pro- 





i the effect ofrnlns. 
nuring, as well as tbe < 
soil by proper fortili 
so of progressed inorgi 
:upied organic- form b 



' ferTiliiing" 
of merely auet 



is will produco a 



of his groaod in a tea-fold, t 
"By the tillage of tht toil, c 






further get 
lly .-•inline 



> koowand tool 
lofeicelieno 



tbe cli.krncieristicB needed am 
native grape, to constitute it 

According to onr tbowins 
The akin must be wilbou 



„] r .,,.| ,, 



I. Tbe 



good decree In the Black Hamburgb. 
wiib great sice, bat la a 6 u r „-rl .iiv„ .k ; -i 
such small kinds as Rcisllng, etc., trhlcb 



la lu best (ODditlo'a 
favorite with the sick, 

But with all these ei 



views of 


th 


f.irm 






1 ba 








,:;i.]., , 
es Kbit 


'" 


under 


grape to 


be 


uied 



led wood- usbea applied to t 
d with former rcenits. Will 



r lillODp, bears no relation I 
" r e«!'I'li.:J, iihilothcnmouii 
upon the supply or ferliliiii 



Teetotal PlowiDB "Days." 
TnB Following, from an English paper, gives : 
lance at sohto English farm nperationo nnd ens 

\{ Scales Farm, near Richmond, Yorkshire Mi 
l-illiam Wilson (formerly of fSttL-by) b.-L'l ■• I'I" 1 ' 
igdavonthellb of [-Vbruary, .,n «irb-ily t,,i- 

T. .." ... I . Tl,„ n„. n I. .1.1 1,1,'itlv r.l .-i.ll.-i; ..II 



nnnn plenty of c 
ton, within tbrr 
Darker held a pb 



ilrsty st 



.' Il.lil n 



eeby, a 



all— coD"eB nni< 

it before dinner cacu piawiunu 
tith a shilling each. At hnlf-pu 

s" Han^TomperoncrfJotel, Rlt 
I plnm puddings, first-rate beef, a 






ip by Ut. 



,1 . h r i . b b .|ipy. We heard n 



niedq 



the morrow, if we mistake not great 
lueto Mr. William Wilson, Mr. H.irker 
ues, Esq., alao hia worthy ngent, Mr. U 
nf Richmond, for iluir. :v.ini|ilc by mc 



ent to plowing days I 
d one— sometimes wt 
rally primed with drinl 



Wild Flan: 



occd 


eof 


cyll 
high 


der.aodsu 


bje 
I 




...nl 


ded 


and tbe 11 


l« 


dill, 


mod 


°L 


It i.! n«l 
t i:i lilsll 1 




l.b.:, 


dm 
Tbo 


;;\; 


"Hi 


i' 



forth with the 

covering shat- 

hen resembles 

passed through cylin- 



d itself, and large fields! 


f Ian 


n ha 








rttcle, when ready for api 


mog, 


can l 


gh of it con be gathered w 














Inhrl 


nf t 


1 inos.1 durablo qaality. Tl 










icted 


of the truth ofilii,uni-iiiii, 


..i .li 


cover 









e of tbe staph 
ion has placed its greatest reliance 
of support, and for tbe attainment 
iniices. Let cntton be superceded by 
d cheaper article, nnd the Confuder- 
hlcb grow tbis material will lose 
d be reduced 



. And e 



hey should 
unjustifiable and untenable 
ui ma a probability, Ibeir repent- 
o late— [K. Y. Post. 



o boys put it np. Yo 



only bead o' .utile lu wlnlorl Yn'll hex 

;!1 In the spring. Job." 

ad good round carcasses in tbent. I 



better 1 !! thirty tun of h 



should 
of plowing, SO 



lj.uT.jv.-iii" -,: ..Jh'ii,'- ■.,',1 [i"""""' ■''. 



»■ ' eipect, at least, twenty 
aero: ao I shall have twentv 
Juty head of eattlo, at a less 

vr/. h ^ in Jr..L Q _"B.od 



>r, lew. I'll 
-CRnral Mlae 



Roolo Smolio no n Rcrut'tly for QraonPly 
TMft Aphis la one of the most annoying In M J 
,hi\l tbe gardener bail to contend wilb, esptcUl 
inder glass. Fortunately, tbe Aphis is incaaurah 
mder tfOrcoolrol : tobacco srfloke, whale oil,i 61 
itc., rthen promptly applied, are always cITratli 
bough they ctianol be considered very el e „ 
tpplicntiuna. Tha Aphis, however, hn. durl, 
■ S nppcnrn 



,-,l, i,.n. 



bi.iltg .: 

and mo 


unity i;iT.;r;tive 

e cleanly, will 
y Jlr. Jnlcs Da 




nui HorlicoU, 


It cons 


halTeheap ,i 


11. ,,.y. 


■ " tcr !0lnp 1 



of doot, 



■ ■ •mployt'l for the desl 
liicli .niiHiiils .1 great ill ,- 
;se trees, liin siuutie of lu 




istcfs bad been firing at I 
ib, -in luck in thu v.jjuJ,, to prevent tbem 
hi, ;,it in,- wiib n,o I'niiod tiiniej forces. Conno. 
dorc Dupont wriles, in a prifate leiicr, thai tfae 
negroes are wild with joy anil revenue. Thty 
have been shot down, Ihey soj, like dogs, btraoit 
tbey would not go with Ibeir masters. 

Si'Binso of the Ball's BlofT affair, the FhiU- 
dclphia Ledger says: "For cool brnrery, no troops 
urpossed in drlcrj-iiii,',i cii:r- 



ciion. Old Fen: 
:are covered them 
no Empire Slate, 



.,i|.!in. 



it SoLinens. — Tbo propriety of sen- 
ceo with soldiers' rations is undo 
. Gen. McClellan a said to favorlt, 
'increasing Ihe comfort and cbrtp 



rendc 


oilho 


Journa 




ecttd 


rith theinitr- 


eats of bis our 


n profession 


nhil 


wn Stale. 


I. Every soch 


pet son 


sho 


Id gil 


his snnctleti 


and 


npporl 


genero 


sly 


and to 


untnrily, Id a 




drones 










□ hiso 


nStat 








1. Eve 


y such 


pflrton 


is 1 


ntfittd 


by the pnbli- 


coi.o 


of sue 


a Jonrnnl.n 


nd isi 


justice bon-ud 


h. Ko 


person 


engage 


d In 


these 


emplormenU 




witbo 


l such 


a .Inn 


rnnlw 




of ma 


oy time 


ils cos 


nun 


nally. 




b. Tb 


Form 


r and 


Stock-rais 


• will always 


be be 


ter adv 


3ed of 


hem 


arkets, 


and that kind 



i to a Qome Journal. 

t Fabuek hasiaithfallyadvo- 

rMtaortbo Fnimeraod Stock- 



7lh. The CiM 


oimi l ; AnUEK contains tbo most 


important in 


brmnlion rolitlive to their interests 




oh of Agricultural science. 


Bib. The Cam 


oiisiia Fabuer contains tbe sa- 


nounccment 


of nil Kott Seeds, Grains, Grosses, 




with all .Vow Implements thai will 


advuiico the 


cause of the cultivators of tbe SoiL 


Eth. The Cant 


obsm Famish contains thesninl 


and inlrodu 


lion of nil the best Stock or ill 


kinds as soo 


1 as known, together with the fall 


ilarkel Itcpo 


rts of all the interests appertainiDE 



10th. The OiLiFOnsiA Parked is i 
jioaer on the Pacific Coast that is 
its original Editor and Proprietor, ei 



A Grand Opportnnlty for a Homo. 



balldlnei ore 8 ood. The 



A FuUllkiod Derua Hull : podlgrco perfccL 

aaveisloiHralHieDiiliryi'ow,; torj raj.ei.Jir. ^„ 

A JH.i.1,, Dnsll Jit.111,,,1, .|,„| by » hlsb^lo^l KuSll-a W 



Four Hnndrod and Fifty Acres Hich Land- 

Ses'?3Sl' : K^s ; ""' , S 



THE OALIFOBNIAj^gj™: 



99 



California $UttB. 

IHB INDIAMOI.OQT OP CAUFORNIA. 



ot forsaken by their prl( 



In the first plies 
bond, at the blood 01 



,., r.nuitv for 
icv lei blood from g 
ion. Tbco lolloped 

confused hordinc- 
crlng tbe Toco will 

resence of the dying 

atious, sailing: forth 



the crcater tbJdef/ree'of affection for lie patient 
I or tbe decee-ed. .1= lb, Nio.m'ini,, ■-!.- -octnn 



thoufih li 



iter to look nt, And kept nt Jidislr 
_ jlghr, from the women iod chili 
idden, tooth, wbco the time come fo 
_„jril[on,mndeblsiMiuInn the top of thorn 
lain, ud from this place ran violently dow 

elion's. Hero in the bower 

men nf tho tribo would eM ul 

■hich their women hod got together 

ir.,,,1.1,-, ivho of .■nurii: — , l,.>. W 

t, which wns t-arefully guarded from 

them by their cunning lords, the poor Bomen 

' - ,g firmly pervaded of Ihc truth or these decep. 

» of their lying hu.bnnds. After eating tbt 

d thiurrs, tbey returned tho "youth divinity" 

by the same road to their mom-win (or bill-. up) 

' ■ ivlHT.- in l!m, |i,. owlo 1.1^ Ji^pp^r.mru _ 

lolhcr similnr deception unions the Cochic 

was on tho anniversary of their dead U 

h they pretended tho spirits nf their dent 

' lb em." r Tho women provided all the gooi 
n i' mentioned of other feasts herein Doted 
ho day dosigonlod, the moo would get together 

nl prepared by tbo'womco, who, with tbi 
Iran, would stand nt a distance filling the ai 
bowls and eiclnmntioos to tbe manes of thi 
oct ancestors or deceased, till they wero w 



TViJr,.. Ckvijoro suspects that 
ins, rites, feasts, etc., of Ibf 
ilied from those induced by w 
rom mingling with the Spnnin 
f the Soona and Sineba const; 



nny of Ibo dog. 
I they obtained 




TO THE FARMING INTEREST! 



JONES & HEWLETT, 

D WHOLESALE AMD 11 ' 



I or burning with 
(This is the s»i 

I So little dnl 
I death, that one 
■ near Sap Juna del 

I hand Ihen 



eud only"buryi ni 
various utensil? 
ill tho Aim Cnli 



3 Of 11 



TAEATAt'B Accoest— 1732. 
Father Tnraval, in bis voyage of discoveries it. 

,ndna It seems among the const islands, up so fai 
is aboul the litilude of Sin Diego.— 1. a. i.l, snyj 
of the island of Trioidid [probably Sao in flnrga 
ritta— j-e. T-], which he calls ooe of tho "Dolore 
ir Islands of Clc-'" - ' ■ 



liteiT 



Xlttt 


spiritu.il dirinity, which 
eta nod lighted ngain b 


spirits. 


Taboos. 


Among tbe super 
wns, siys Clnvijcro 
lion, tbe net would 
Those who killed 


titious tnhoos of the sor 
1. That those who ki 
cause the killer's dent 
n elk (««■«, Or ptobn 
ot eat of its meal, or be 



d pity ill 



so that every commn- 
Kual nEccr. On tbeir 

nughler. His decalogue 
they should not eat of 
E, onderpnin of being 



I Iheir first hunting 
I disqualified from 
I 2d. That they abo 
| 3d. That tbey shi 

, best and fattest— saying" lb at Ibis fatti 
of dead old men, and that by --■'-- 
seould immediately como upon 
I bell pieces fell to the share of the old 
■jhoy. alleging that, as they i 

in years, they bad nothing iu mi u- .•>««•>-•• 
■lh. That ihey should not gather cur'. 'in I'rmij, 
iruke certain species of fish— nnd both of these 
ero ths best— as they would do tbera agrcot 
ealefburl, but that noluir,^ injur. J ...Id [.<r.nlt, 
Btb. That if they caught nnystap, or fish ofcilra- 



Tbey nttncksd by silt 
nn indiridnul, or bis r 
If they were not atro 
songht tho nld of theii 



,m;:-.J '- 
the bod 
as ipcn 



ing Hold ngo 
■m. 1 tni- the 
Id hicbicscros, 
eady advanced 



rdinu 

loth- for, 



1 offer 
Gth. Tbnt 



mged 
1 not loo! 



oogh to conqner, tbey 
lofolberclnns. Their 
with a frightful noise, 



ie.ro been greatly d 
■y tbeir revooge to 
dally those of ibo i 



SEED WAHEHOUSE. 

(ESTABLISHED IK 1B30J 

S. "W". MOOBE, 

IMPORTER 

WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALER IN 
ALL K1KDS OP 

GARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT, 

Agricultural 

Ornamental Tree and Shrub 
SEEDS, 

NO. 110 CALIFORNIA. STREET, 



HAS FOR SALE 
Alfalfa or CUlle Clover, 
Ilungarlan Grass, 

Kentucky Bluc-graxs, 
Oi-c liars! Grass, 
Red-top Grans, 

Sainfoin Gras§, 
English Rye -gross, 
Timothy Grass, 
Bed Cbver, 

Waits Dntoh Clover, 
Crimson Clover, 
Lucerne, fe., &o., &o,, &.c 




HARDWARE, MINING, AND 
AGRICULTURAL 

IMPLEMENTS. 

Flows, 
Harrows. 

: .!^??£-zl^5^* Reapers, 
Mowers, 
Thrashers, 

Brain and Floor Backs, Baling-Eope, 

Powder. Oakoin, 

Shot, Tor, 

Fnse, Ktoh., 




Elect to: 



mnny other 
Horns nnd cl 
Indinns to 



rcful o' 



a tin 



of tbe Lower 

V bo found iul^r-u.i-jil 

..... jf Venecusnnd Clnvijero, 

1 thing tbey vnrj hat little from those 

if tho Alls 



orlginj 



Surtb Am. 



a hi.: 



SEED. PLANTS, ETC. 



To tlie Seed Trade! 

J. M. THORBURN & CO., 

IS Jobn street, 

NEW YOEK, 

j» GBOWEHS AHD IHPDHTEI13 OF lj»fl 

*£ VEGETABLE, jkS 

Flower, Field, Fruit, 
THEE SEEDS, 

» re p ™^d' > to'S°re , ? enuJui'uX'eScnu lo'lVUO LE3ALE 
PUltCllASEllS O? 

E'ia-st-Olsass Seeds. 



Important to Farmers! 
ENGLISH WHITE BINE HOPS, 



Marline, Blocks, Oars. 



JONES 4 HEWLETT. 



Attention, Hay-Balers ! 

BALING- ROPE. 

TIHT RECEIVED, EX aittp ..FEAtlLEBS," Bed other li 

M COILS superior eastern bale-rope, 



Plant Early ! 
Seed I Seed .' Seed t Seed I 

egfe A LARGE AHB HEW ASSORTMENT 1(01 
FIELD, aRABfl, HERD, AND VEQETABLE BEEDJ 






10th. The-t they si 



lochco of Ecvetnl trees plnced on k 
ter which they danced before this la 

ronlln used by the nutcerers in the! 



ereia before. Tamred toys nil these cere- 
i were diffureat from those or tho eo»4t lo- 
thougb the islaod or Islnnds were ell siflihli 



J mis token. 
I These doctors, priests 



lyn [S. Y.) Times Is ecspoosiblo for Ihe fol- 

t. Wilkes, tho bold aod resnonsiblllty-nssuni- 
notoiindtT of the Son Jociolo, who cnuscd n 
o be fired ncross tho bows of the British 
er Treot, brouisln bcr to nntl rcliered her or 
i. Mnion nod Sli'doll end their Secrctnrles, Is 
nboui 60 years of ne,c Cooseqocntly, ni 
Jnd: fi'iii'bv would any, he win once juurii!..T ib.m 
" " now. Though every loeb i Bailor, And not 



BEET, CABBAGE, CARROT, 

CUCUMBER, LETTUCE, MELONS, 
0M0S3, EARLY AND LATB PEAS, 
RADISH, TURNIP, TOMATO, 
BEAKS, &c,, 4e., 4c. 

Havana Tobacco Seed. 

COTTON SEED. 

GUANO from Johnson's Island 

FLOWER SEEDS (800 Tarletle§}. 
BULBS a 



through h 
men! in hi 
the shelf 



Bull or had .• rltnl i 
low-ebaadlcr, well 
Slidell, feeling et 
ont, refnsed to nee 
inff spun*: enough 

mind of Ibo "fieri 



is sped hanj; in the eyes of n fair 
twny tho jolly tar fell user cars In 1 
:ed bis suit with visor. Tbo girl 
i loved a sailor"— nnd so smiled i . 
losented to become bis wire. Hot the 
son nf n respectable lal- 
. II. .IMidtll, and young 



tcdh 



of the 



"Well Oleanecl <3-raiii I 

FAB MILLS !_I AH MILLS ! 

JT. ORANTS PATENT, IMPROVED BV JONES t 
. IIKWI.BTT.fcr mta( nut Dwleyrai OiUi Si |a, 



..FOB SALE BIT.... 
VCS, WILT.IAMS & nncua.EY, 

PboIDo Fruit Market, 



ALFALFA! ALFALFA!! 

nr\f\ B A 3 OF TBE LATEST IKf ORTATION O 
0\)VJ tbl. CHILE CLUVER^EED.^Ior «Je In lots I 



* M n tie S agar- cane. 

KnnLBS Chibbii Suom-Ciiia 5BED. for 



50,000 Cuttings, 

FOREIGN GRAPE-VINES, 

jgXgj* Best Selected Tarletles. 

MuSmLi ss^ Our Yiuejard is jest oow comiac Into 
EnV b«rin B ; HAS NEVER BEElf IRRIGATED. 
Tho Wood Is well ripened and tho Cuttlogs of tho 



Apply u> 



lo Llbrmi 



Sj>ortsiiixeii ! 

Powder 



SHOT. 



liipl|..'i t>y nlraiMt .:'i:ry ell !■!'■- r- rtilp. 

500 itog* BIuIIdh ned Mlolefi. 



Tvi£iii.i'l£v Co rdage. 

HIZEf. OF GASTERM UABl 
" , ji->:il : :V£ l UEWLETT. 



250 



GRAIN BEPAEATOa ! 



inlh'.-i 



if tholt J 



■ Native California Evergreen 



£ 



..)» 



itood ss officers of rt 



,-e they 



..,„,. 






: «Iy from i 

gltln poser nnd influence. But this clius ( 
■juidi seems lo have prevailed among nil Ih 
Icbh lodlnn tribes : their usnoiption 
U nsilnillata. 

tcin TnAniTioae — ScnusTirioiu. 
■ Clarijeio says that tho Cochiomles nation ties 
meotlon of n man who in tbo nnclet 



bud, they doo't Hlato or know — "i 
in nlngiin culto." It Is true, they celebrate 
' celled by them (lo Sf.uiie'a) dd honlirc rati 

- *■- -.his has icrj slifiht resemblnnce 
or dogma, ood is simply perform 

ti, ns herein before related. Some 

omen to collcil nnd pnther up pro- 
(llnnl, iklns, etc. etc., for Ibo ccremooy, and 
I away till the lime. When tho day 
frad, tbey chose ool.tbe liveliest or best youth 
tenrescnt this deity, nnd secretly dressed hlto 

- — alin, odcr pointing his body so M 

arbor In a secret place, which Ibo 



is daughter's mnrrlago 
.nes witiics, and insisted upon 
id lo young Slidell, mulch, uftoi 

s, she did, and become Mrs. Johc 
J Charlie Wilkes did not pent 
Is melancholy Teed on bis wcath- 
bnt went lo sea and smnthercc 
ling to doty nnd Bostajnlne ih. 



prisoner on bontd bis ship, i 
ndiircbeUp'iniiih'-'l 
his life in defending. 



TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS, 

TIIE UNDEOSIOHED, nt'jM TUB r.XTENSIVL' 
facliltlos nnd 

Large 8took of Evc-ry Variety of Seed, 

Can ■■■ior annsonl induoamouU to 

MERCHANTS IN TIIE TRADE, FARMERS, 

AND LARGE RANCH OWNERS, 

Who wish to besunplled In bis line, 
rould recommend lhat Ojuiu roa Stiobesont 
ICT |o tho nndanigned, through tho Eipress or 
by Uall, othorwlso pertloi run UltLAT IUES of bains; 
Impoied open, lo oaso their Ordars should be tilled at 



TUB OuDgrcssloool Investigating CorriToIttee, Is 

la supposed, bare >.-.vcd tbe Cnx.ii nl lo«r* 

tiundrtd tbonaaad dollars. At their ixcummcu 
d.dii.n, r.-jt.:mots bote beta ado;.ti-l mo,- ih. 



Kavy fiepntlment i 

It is said bo" r pnid 
and Stripes, tvtile 
Tbn rccnmrncndaii 
has to far been dl 



log li 



Ccoric D. lit 
ry Welles, w 
.cter of vessels, nnd 

□udor that bead, 






:; EsrADLiDOattrrn. 



. cost originally only 530,000. 
u for Mr. llnrgan'si removal, 
regarded by Government. In 
buyer, who made S7.O00 on n 
is been fnrced in disgorge the 
I sufficient to pay tho salaries 
id expenses. 



W Tho Afcnti of Wolls, Par«o 4 Co.'s Eipress oro 
lotohy aothorimd to act as AbouU for the oodonltntd, 
n taktni Ordon for Geeds and reselptlDE Tot the same, 

1®- 6EHD FOB A CATALOGUE. 

S. "W. MOOBE, 

SEED WAREHOUSE, 

110 California street, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



UNION FARM 
AND PLANTATION 

MIL1.S. 

TO FAKMEBSi 

Stock-Raisers, 

—AND— 

STABLE KEEPERS; 

TOU ARE 

PARTICULARLY INVITED TO.> 
EXADIIKE TIKE rUJL.S> 

WE ADVERTISE ABOVR. 



lh"ound rsi B uod would offer thorn his 

NEW GRAIN SEPARATOR 
Valonted April Otti, 18C1, 

,s ooe of tbo best Implements ovorleveoted. MuitArd, 

ila-llsh, Cho...., ltniley, :vi nil ■■■Hier li:i|.utiiio 
ii.nratcd onllroly, loavlnj the Wheat In a pu 
oan condition. 
Tho Importance of (his Implement can bo i 

INOKBA9SD "CJi.Ii'TJH 

WeU-Cleaned Wheat 

Will be more than iniBclont lo overy Ornln-Growor o[ 

10 PAT FOB A UACHIrlE. 
The Patenteo will visit nil tho principal cities end 

hlbltoneofhiiMaenlms. 

lie Taols confident that every Graln-Qrower 

WILL BE COMVINOED OF THEIR VALUE 

jo moment an opportunity Is presented to see them 

A. HUNTER, 



Something' 3Ve"w. 
HALSTED'S PORTABLE 

CIDER ORJWINE MILL. 

mni3 IB A CAL1F011MIA INVENTION, COilBIHIHO. 



»«*.*if-^.d" 









THE BEST MILL 

'HE PUBLIC. 



Thcw Mills Were Awarded the 

FIRST PREMIUM! 

—AT THE— 

State Fair at Sacramento, Bay District and 

Mechanics' Fair, in San Francisco, 

and at the- Santa Clara Fair. 



Mill complete, with Bolt for Family 

Floor ^ - EBISQi 

Mill complete, witlio-ul Bolt - - L10 
Extra Orinding-nirfaceB, per sot - 10 



Greene, Heath & Allen, 

SOLE AGENTS JFOXl 

California, Oregi>D,an<l WasliiQ^an Territory 

.Mcmi'S. KEEP tt nitlGGS, 

PHOPRIETOBS Of THK OLOBE FOUMDBy, 
BTOOKTO N - , 



lOO 



TTTTil fiA.LIFOBNIA'FABMEB. 



£jte Wifetnia pxtm, 



> Ihem a mbMrit-s and «' '6'" r.. icl.lon i.. 



To all who ore -Under the Cloud." 
'"Under the cloud' most surely, nod Its 

most shuts out hope." Such wore Ibe word: 
ie who Ed bis sorrow and misfortune solicited 



and distress are so w 
or where is there n 1 
peals of those who 



i the n 






i, is Ihcro a door tl 



of food? Howgloric 



v State, nod ihm wldelJ 



The ClOU Of t 

L. two need! men!, the Tear 

a "Sow Year" will dawn upon 

sliUntly ask those who barn 1 



deblca to na, can pay ui with hut little effort. 


bo indirectly henry losers. 


to good idranlago, (Sit when wo need ell such duel. It 


rerial lyntpathg among business men— kindness 






He rich to as to eojoy the 'SHoiEttajs," end reciprocate 


how soon he may need kindness from others which 






It ii ie much mere pleasant to reoolva s vahmlarr 


calamity. Fire, flood, earthquake, sickness, deatb 




are the lot of mortals, and while we stay here on 


ire mail, in justice, "IJlt" our dees. 


this earth l-i us feel for others' woes. "Feed the 


Perhaps newspaper Riders may think It is bet n 


hungry," "cloths the naked," "relieve the dis- 


small rami hot tho aggregate duo us, will count in 


tressed," "visit the sick;" and thus prepare the 








California has been a History of Human Losses 




Ws. desire to prepare a Btcord of the Loss of 
Stock of nil kinds by tho Flood of 18G1- We 






"Under the cloodl" From the metropolis to 




tho Sierras summit, north, sooth, east and west, 








homes and hearts. And not only with us in Cali- 




fornia, bat In Oregnn, our sister State, tbcj- too 


State, end shall be greatly obliged if ihey will 


bave fell the calamity, and they too need our 








Lei, theo, the rich giTc of their abundance, and 


of great importance for futnro nse. 





Hales of Grain and WooL 

Jajjs irao oVsn-e to rtolht Iki very highcil ptic 

(or Ikrir Gram and IFooi, can be informed of th 



particulars, will bo responded tl 





TJ 


n-trorgete. 


r How Year's Gift 




rabsc 




who ha 




wiptb;lhs 






nmlr, 


that while no a 






il» 


nihil 


iafTer.ni anit Telle 


e those wh 












the "able' 


that* 




doth 




i-i lii-icf" 


e hope every 


sen-bar 


will 


eel ho. 


ad to 


rail to as r 


omptly. 



Pure tuning Agency. 
Hiring aid the experience ol o,er thirty 
la Tieee, PlasU, foods, and Ajrfcollond Im| 






•u^'k .... rl.-;, r.. 



W^Or^fJ ata 



■-F [■■■'i'lJL'. l'r..-:.jlil, diansc, etc. "o 

• ^-■--.■...rs.^n^c-. crit,- t^.1,1 „: 
Ess™, I„ t»T eollreu-d 0. d-li.err. 
,V ■' I- !-■■.; r-j [■.. .■.:,.•:; I ;...!.„ f.nh,,, „.„- .!:!■„„, n . 

ibIbumTw, !* DIt ''-'r" "i •' '"'"' '' ,| '" : ' , ' l "'•■ l,:i J-" 



took to 



to Oar Special Adverti 
ir Bpoclal Adrertlela- eulnnmi. Wo 



Advertise Your Irees Early ! 



NEW PEODnCTIOKB. 



1 bo grateful if thaj viii ftlt] 



alamity by the flood sends its shaft 
Is secretly. No one can tell where 
s not fall. Men's Interests are so 
it this calamity will reach hundreds 
Is far away from the scene of the 



Ruin to tho Forming Iutoient, Caused by the 

Washings from Mining Clnlms. 

Tub present floods have revealed n »« dancer 

to tbo Agricultural Interests along the banks of 

the rive 



duly t 



nelderci 



inevitably swept down by the s 
in d spread over the Valleys belon 
fins, Gardens, Orchards, Yineyan 



1 tini i 



errlbly destructive has bean tbo flflccl 


cicbnngcd con 


tho recent calamity, that hundreds of 




ardens, Orchards, Vineyards andFarms, 


casualitlcs tha 


ed in such an client, by deposits (ano 


should have be 


ot iu depth}, tbat Ihoy will bare to bo 


ncctinn has bee 




a week, for a fo 


s calamity is one tbat roust excite pub- 


pcatcdly broke 



:t of ll 



: State ; no 
Jallg in Eip 



olture counts by milli 

ba aggregate of this interest ni 

hards, Vineyards, Grain Ficldi 

sts connected witbAgrlculture, 

aluo and reliability, all those of the Mini 

These calamities upon tbe Farming 
hould call the attention of our Legislntn 
reut importuoce of some Law, by which 



gbs, I) 



voided ir: 



w or the land d> 
id diverted from tbi 

horderiog on tho s; 



eddied with as 



>e so bright tba 
-s quickly as th 

d shall illnmin. 



S. W. Moore/a Letter on Seeds. 

ds, of all kinds, to ihe letter addressed to tin 

tor of this Journal, in ibis issue. 

"lie discussion upon the relative merits of tbi 
florae-grown and the Imported Seeds can only bt 
ittled by tho evidence of the Planter/ thuuibxt— 
id if they will but speak out boldly, tho question 

per editors may give their opinions- 
id growers may give theirs— but, after 



-a and plantei 
u which the gi 



s thai 



anuary (11), froi 
inde in Mr. Moore 
p from years' eii 



frie 


dof 


11 a Pr.v.l 


d vocnie th 


a aociriuc, 



to of Ucmc-medt Wim 



lasses have been sold of a spurious kind is nolo 

What we moat earnestly desire now, Is, that th 
rower, the planter and seller shall enter Into lb 
rtoa, In a pleasant and earnest, ynt fearless an 
fuibfo.1 way, they aball discuss this all-lmportun 



CalUornla Bio 
'roaddolh manu/aetur 



call ibe i 
ml subjec 
i], for dan 



Home Mnnu fo c lurea la Stockton. 

Tins City is lust making her mark la Mnnufn 
lures, nnd in rnrioui kiuda of Industrial puraui 

We called at the "Mechanic Mills," situated . 
the river side, and were gratiGcd to find such 
Workshop or Hivo of Industry. .The Mills a 
owned by Messrs. Williams, Wormell A alendi 
We found here the following pieces of Maehincr 
Andrews' Planing Mill, Doane A Mason's Re-sn^ 
ing Machine, fay's Sticker for Morticing, ai 
Smith'* Tenoning Machine. At this Mill there n 
Machineries for Sawing, Slitt 



ingi of all Ibo finest a 



ployed, and the work done is 
character. 
Tho Broom Factory, of which v 

tho pcoplo with Homc-mado Bro 
doors j and friend Smiley mi 
wngou "running all about town, 1 
ocllenl Brooms known. When 
see Smiley's Brooms, it will dm 
Sm3e{y), we gooss, for be is a "■ 
Tbe Bntter-Stomp Factory, a 
on interesting feature, indeed. ) 
cake of fresh Butter with roses 
tbe lop of the Inmp I Thnoks 

The Lard Factory of Messrs. 
wick, near Weber House, where 
Lard can bo bad for sliteca ci 
family naei this is also a p-si 



for i 



r. Fottco foi 

1) .'." Sulf'r.- 



of Plo 



Matteson k I 
Hall, an MinoTi 

land. They change from Iron 
and gold in the hands nf 
Uaitesou k Brother bave done 
Furmeri of San Joaquin, and now ibo Fui 
should reciprocate tho benefit. Wo aball 
speak of a new Invention by this Firm, that 
no folks. 



new Agricultural 

workshop iu tbo 
id steel into silver 
skillful Former. 



The Wag 



■I-.-.1 III f,L„. 



<■ Wag 



nndMlllcr'sfo 



Battata 


Tree Carolina P 


Tea and Coltee 


Wosho 


statistic 


a or ll 




bcengr 


WD, CO 


undent lb 




Wo wo 




of each 


article 


and ihe q 



publish attcb reports. 



7 Seed, Hops, Flai, Chinese 



facts: the qoontlty sown (and 
time of planting aud manner ol 
the time of harvest and the rc- 

iportnot facts, and for tbo pnbll. 
■ oaid OB In this mailer -.vill Ihm 
benetictors, as wo wish t< 



.e rapid progress and skill of tl 
ie Mission Woolen Mill. Out £ 



IL will bo seen by the card in onr £ 
■1. E. W. Leonard, one of the early 
r Stan, an( i r aTO rably known nnit 
en, Oas-Ucome a partner in th, \ 
"" lrol I eon wo wish such enlerprl 



Iooreaae In tne Value of Btoofc. 
e bare all along asserted thai ell Good Slock 



Gond, fat Cattle, 
auclng oleadtly |, 



.< lnv 



-One of tl 



ifjood 



or's Academy, or Music." Already „„, „ 
ces declared and paid a dividend of ono 
thus giving na assurance • " 
>d a sure one of fillips per cr , 
<& others, who havo capital 



■HI|.|..jB-i i 



pcrtj. 



Tho Tolegrnpl 1 ' 

mpletlon of the Trans continental Tele- 
s hailed on all bands as a gratifying tri- 



But tho joj was short-lived, for scarcely had ll 
Governors and Mayors of tho different Stales no 
cities most intimately interested in tbe enterprii 



hes of electricity 
it to the fitful and 



t the telegrnpb gave a quic- 
failbfoi Pony, that weather- 
mountains, that wnded tbo 
tbo valleys, that plunged on 
; snows, and pelting rains, and 
bring us his closely packed and 
ot within the schedule time. Tru- 

y of the Plains I We had come to 
.ur of his arrival, so punctual wns 
rrival of tbo Pony" created in all 
ensatiou. But, alas I he Is laid up 



What Increases lb 


the Paci 


c— bungeri 


news— Is 


be Tact tho 


tus to tho 


Pony— tho 


cd tho Eto 


ms of tbo 


swollen s 


reams of 



ly, wo hi 
the galls 



Wot 






■i by " 



usly, is tboro no remedy for tbos 
to the Telegraph? Is th 
ing permanently against tbe 
ires nro blown down by the winds, 
upturned by tbo surcharged stromas, 



: of pro 



cwell I 



"!■!■"■-' 



o beneath tho t 



Wlsolor 4 Wilson', Sowing Machine. 
We have taken considerable pains of Uie |. 

ess of tbo various Sowing Machines now jn'i,"" 
i'e havn endeavored to ascertain wiih g rettt J™ 
eclness tho degree of satisfocllon given byi„'" 
'orklng of the different machines, ncd wo s 
l«wb„, 



ir k Wilson ii 



ing Machine 






u tho mo,, dc | lttt( 
heavy drillfag 
thcr, the moil 011 , 


lo tnnnypcrjonijK 


umbee of Ibe b„ x . 
re nurfe , n tMi ^ 
uly tboy cannot bt 



By the new improvements 
hine, their perfect work frOT 
nd tho nicest finish up to i 



-ii...i|.l bo slated tl 



of H. C. Bnydcn, Esq., corner of SucraioEoio a j 
Montgomery street, where, by the liberal buihu,, 
arrangements of Mr. Hayden, and Ibo prompt „ M 
coorleous attentions of his assistants, there ii, 
steady and constant stream ol" customers, kcepi,. 

" l-'"'V'»ee<t."i;n'."-:l'.ne,re 1 .|yr...J L i: 

Jiirili i,i civn [,iiri ,.| ill... ,-![,!!,., [,, ij t , i- ,, . J 
Islands, and lo Meiico. ' m 



■ for those who i 



mid afford nu opportu 
fl forlh ond sedk ont 



to carry joy 



Prophotio— Roadlng the Future. 
mo three years and a half since Senolar 
ik uttered tho following words In tbo Untied 



i Mechanic— li rode rick sloe 

ir from tbo PacIDo Coast, a nobio 
'■trial Interests (Col. B. D. Bnkc 
contending for their rights and 
aud Flag, tbat he felt wa 



BLOasoiia.— Wo havo in onr " 
oraer of Mason nnd Pacific streets 
doasom, and Iho Luwlnn Bluckber 
" ' ,a blo » om . ""i «Jto with gr, 
Ties. Tbi. variety of fruit has 



i beautiful Silvur 
in made more beaullfoi than, 
"d by Vandorslico * (•„ 
»lu our State. * C °" * 





California Garden 


Hood,. 




Tho 


ard of Messrs. Graves 


Williams 




ley, wh 


d offer a large assor 


moot of C 




garden 


Seeds, is worthy ol 








and Gardeners. 






ttwi 


1 be remembered that we always h 


reiHK, 


{Indlo 


herald every success in 


onr own prodnctj- 




e been right glad at 


the succe 




Perkins 


tho grower of tbe s 




by Mcs 


s. G., W. A- B. 






Fron 


no cinmination of tbe seeds s 






kins, and of tbe var. 


us produc 


M 1 ■ . 1 ■ -i 


at Tnrious Fairs, as 


umplei fro 




seeds 


ere to be raised, we 


feel a pi 




knowin 


? that many of tho lend 


ng articles 


ofacedi 


pucbas 


pens, benns, corns, aud 


seeds ofro 






Ions, cucumbers, Ac, 






mirnbly grown, and wo hope 


ere many 




know t 


at the great mass or c 


ur seeds hn 


■o beta 










nestly c 


oromend wbal has thus 


been so successful 


yncco 


uplished, wo cannot 


with old Ih 


troth 


tbat wn 


pre not yet so far adv 


need in lb 


know- 


edgoo 


iciailific itrd raising, 


or are wo 


repirtd 


lo go lotho coat nf it, so na 




to fur- 


nish a s 


cod sloro in Cntiforoi 


with all t/ie am. 


*Utt or 


arlnunl of itah, snch 


as Is fouo 


i in a 


ougea 


ablisbcd House, like 


S. W. Moo 


c, who 




nr with all tho wants! 






both Fo 


rra, Garden, Field, 


clinrd, an 


i,ll [hi 


iiirniTi. 








wbicb c 


an only bo furnished 


om obroni 


till re 




to tbe business that ti 






nnd wealth, which its imporlar 


ce demand 





Ana Yoo 'ssonED?— We can bo insured from 
ire, but cannot from the floods; thecoforcit he- 

liallysi 



mend the oflii 
Flint, who hnv 
deposit 



nestly n 



ie year. 

) or Messrs. Bigclow Brother 
e always a largo cash capital en 
) pay losses on tbo instant, if yon 
id this Inst year, do not run tbe risk 
rear. Better pay a littlo to be safe, 
! risk of losing house, home aud nlL 



E. it iso Cilia 
o know of om 
bo fashion ofl 



-Aukji 



-Woe 



: |>le.L.d 



the State, many of tbe dishes being only 
iach. Pics, Puddings, Cokes, Too, Coffee, 
>nW each. Meats, various kinds, 10 cents. 



A Fa nu no's 


ItLL 


m IT 


an W 


tkh.— While tha 


oads arc irapns 


able 


and 


vbere 


he flouring mill* 


nro swept awoy 


Porn 




lanld 


m mediately pro 


euro Hie Usiion F-rnu 


AND 


Plantation Mill, na* 


offered by Gree 


e, ilenth A Altc 


. This will an 


wer all the p 


rpoj 


s 


a Fl 


uring Mill for » 


whole neighbor 




Th 




the Mills for ln< 


lm.es. See udt 


ortlso 


non 







this week it come In Ireqnci 
day was mostly Talr, aod It 

llbrum. In Iho interior tho 

season, baa fallen Ihus far a 



I'l.ri. 



. the Et. Mary's Cathedral, es 
so crowded by thoio alUoaloE 
romcu fainted from tho prow* 
ore thrown down by Iho £«■" 



rriTedhore fros) Pasaos 
iu passengers, incladais'* 
1 children, and 3S0 a" 1 

Judge ITagor deliveitd *■ 
heBndi thai the will H* 



TasibedyofT. B. MoMauus, the Irish patriot, »" 
f< '"M W l 0B 'r" a DMi " to Glun «'lo l>y a procaision «TB 



DS-COTTOM Is Cou.-ir.kr.'d I.lr 

toronslo bo used Iu piano of 
paper nearly as inflammabls 
used for making ir.irtri.l^t'i!. 
■ement, na It i B eatlrely com 
charge and tends lo keep tho \t 



THE CALIFOENIA FAEMBB. 



101 



STATU SUMMARY'. 
I Tmaarauonlor.toek drowned nlMisioori Bend, sovo 
tins Bull* Record, ii ettinated aiotfhl haoired bc.a. 
TnB Kl.molh rietr in lbs [Mint flood -a. ono bno- 



, f Sao Andrea, h.v, 



,t ih.i 



I In* SUM nrinlioe for the en.dlnf; t»n !«", 'be 

I Pnion lavs, -ill bo dun* "J JunD St'Conb, under con- 

I cncl "iio B- P- *«<?■ 6,nl * Mil"- 

I Pnoro.ii. of the Pnilollico Department for nnrrjinc 

ten Foiled Stale, mail, over lhavarioo. Oaliforoi. 

I roolel, from July 1, ISM. 10 JnlT >. 1SM ' h *" 1 be " 

UibvL 

lasts: n -or- P>ni. bus been discovered it Sent. 
,», lo. An*..*, eounlv. uld lo bo sup-rior lo lb. 
imported article, beinc; =>»= n * oil ' r * nd of ' tmr to1 

rich veto of (rood bydrnolie «ment ha. lately beai 

, and uid lo bo canal lo any bronchi from Ibi 



Tag Third Flood or 1661. 

referred lul week to Ibo second Bood, the rise or 

Urn Amoricsn river, and (l» again breaking through 

80701" .longb new Sacromonlo, bj ibich a portion of 

:Uj waJ mbtnergod. Tbo foir wealbe* of Christmas 

gave hop* or bolter tiroes, nhich wu dMbod bv 

nitiU or rain Iho mcceodlng day. and every day 

_„.!, reiolllnp; in what may appropriately bo called 

Iho Third Flood of lSOt, and srbleb afloclai lome por- 

or Iho enuntry wbkb bod pwribotly csenped. 

(op wa* partially oreroomd on Saturday, Ibo 

- comlnc- principally froco ibo Cale.era.. though 

iulo damage eras dooe. Tto etroooit la Santa 

, Alameda and otbor coootlM el.0 overflowed 



TbeSIo. 


ktoo 
been 


~r 


I 


ween Ban Jose and Saola 
Sen York company fo 
contain. 1S0O una, to! 


will make 


Ihne. 


*lS10 


P« 


atte. 


flinoj has 
jean, 20,0 09 b 


■ ilia 


hi 

r e 


dor. Or»B°° " il1 K* 01 " c 


ridel hail 


BP1> 


otyw 


btp 


lo other eoonUlf*. 


Audi 
Shasta mo 


«onti.pvt 
nty. Kola, 
n City or L 


i™ 


Ihoravagosor Iho flood 10 
oku toft mediae" Lie 


■Sill (OF 












i* 


a Saen 
lei 10= 


m. 


OH -ho attended «onid bo 


convoyed 


from 


bo Pa 


rllH 


I * lbe °; LJ "^""V" 



Cturaiu Li Cabsi ui b.— Collins t Co., Hoot- 
imory a tree t, have jual received a new and very 
;oulirul Beaver, the very Inlcat style- H '« » 
>fl and deitcale Hat, of tho m- i beaoliful tii.i^i. 
Oolor— Brown, Drab, nnd Black. Ttioj ohould be 
,0 and tried by all. 



MISSION WOOLEN MILLS. 

THE UNDKRSIflHED HAVE FURMBD A CO- 
I'AHTNKU.-llll'f.T the |,ur,-K€.r [.roMcotlnit the 
bminno nf lb,. MIhIoh lVootan Sitll., taklo E e(T«I l>e- 
,:',.. II:),, 1-il. umlcr the nitoe ond firm of LEOK- 
A1U> » McLEKHAlf. 

EPIIRAIM W LEONARD. 
UOKAI.D McLBNSAN. 
"TFT'-t:- ilitr I'.rnrll A to'. Hook, cor M.nliMmorj 
aoJ^cnmQDlo.ineU. 13 



nl Hood, while Iho people ' 
Tho highest 



ireporod lo prole 



oi. II is meolioncd u a slgniGea 



rnpTcdly Ibroo^h, a 



or the Tivoli ■» 
,,er. BonlDB onin. 
io luo miles heio- 



ki the SluyfTille oppotilion rteimir DeBaoee -at 

eeadog do-o Iho .iter oo SoLorday. .ho irtrnek tbt 

dr.- or the Suramento bridge (<rl.ieh -a. hot par. 

tiailj opeo), and her en tin npper -orka -era eamee 

,ay, inelndina the Calliope. 

A Military Eebool In this Slato ij adtoealed by Un 
San Jote Sleroiry. It lay. Ibo drill and Iho ordinsrj 
irelolion. of the eomtoon 'toldiir -ould not only b. 
.leuincln the ynotb. bolil »ooM be a cooi oie»b» 
brlheiimnt, nnd givo graeo of motion to Ibo raao. 
A great oumbtr or live Hoek, principally ealtlo, at. 
oirod on the mnehei near JIaryivnie. The Eipreu i: 
iofonaed by a eatlle doalerlbal probably a. mocb otoel 
will bo Imi by roiring. »» perithed in iho fi™bet a ret 
-»k- 'loco; but this teemi to Ao Eipreu ralbo 
J doablfuL 

tale at La-. on'i ranob, in San Joaqoii 

I broogr,tiroBj*fi0 1o$200eaebi co-t.SMoachjbaled 
[ hay, SBO pof t an ; barley. Si per 100 poond.; feed, 
~,ay-pnu Sl'i'i -n> paid, and til for a 

n grapes ithleb had boon preserved by being 
on--ool, —ore lately resolved by tho 
anHa, It »»y> they -tro pnt up lame 
io before Iho gjap* eoaten -as over, and on being 
F or t-o ago, -ore round a. rail and 
taken frorn the vino. 
IB Bo-ard Deneiolenl Soelety, of Sotramenlo city j 
i night or December 33d honaod and bedded four 
| bnndrcd -omen and children. ffe*t morning tboy 
breaJctatlcd sis bnndrod penonl. Tbfi Society fa 
caaklDg ilseir a bleseing to tho poor and tfoititnte, and 
an honur In the cily and Slato. Slay Heaven smilo 
opon iti cHorw, and mako Ita organllalioo perpetonl. 



I permanently itallanod tboro. under 
; OoL Davii. Tho tolunleor. no- tl 
ra boot, dally at Iho rorlifieatiom. Tho heo 



Silica tbo Irail down tho Klnmath rivor ha. hoe 
for other animeu.J-D. Hlokol is al 

^UluU Vor peek-mules, no cakniiles each Chioni 
me hundred pound), -Silo one good "no 

r own pieWog. At Happy Camp provil 



tirely freo from Inundalko. Even with Iheir prtjoot 
grodo J, K and L itreeli were not flooded by llio high- 

the pasisgo or Iho walor trai oulDtemipled. 

Tho Tnba rivor, al iu greatest blgbl on tho 33d anc 
«Ih(lhosecond Hood) failed by »veral Teet lo roacb 
Iho point attained during Ibo Oral fre.-hoL Some place* 
.United on Iho bottom land, op Ibo Yuba, liable K 

bol Ibo damago i. .light, and In mo»! caies con easilj 

BY OVEELAHD TELEOKAPH. 
Attorn rileneo or about a -cok, Ibo telegraph Tux 



ed or irostric fever ----Lord Lrune had o. . 
-ilhSecroiary Se-ard Deo. 23d. It won friendly a 

Gtn Kelly is driiing Iho rebel, before him, ni 

Winchester Va U'm. Plekorlng, of Illiools, 1 

been coollnned Governor or M'uhincton Torrilorj... 
Skirmi-he. occur almost daily on Iho Pnlom.e. 
noarNoBmortelbridge on Ue I8th 20 robe!, -i 
killed.-- -Li tot. Hurd, of Iho 2<1 Maine Hegiinoiit 



■ n heard fi 



t.Cof C 



or. Hoi 



red off 



For Elegance and Usefulness Com* 
bined in a Present 

For the Holidays. 

BUY -(*. 



MABYSVILLE, 



Flax-seed.. 

1 '.',-.'. t Fl„ixieEB can he lopplitd cm .iipllcolion al 



WOOL, HIDES. AND SKINS, 

Purcliaaefl 

AT THE HIGHEST MARKET RATES, 

LONING & FUERSTEIN, 

FJO FHONT_STHEBT. 

ARE ALSO PREPARED Io mako liber! 



Important to Farmers! 

ping-lish; 
WHITE BINE HOP-ROOTS, 



med Ibo hridiol 
MhOold. oo Ibo 1 



;:i]-K...al>- J f.iro leaving. 

ui fni:ji Clnrli:'l!.o -l.iit! ih:it l.jur Fodoliii 

■'inrii",.^'''^.-!.'-,'' l/.rli-.iori, and shelled Iho ramp -i 

■ Kim t.-.olb Carolina Ke B lnioot. Under cover of 

5ro Ihoy landed o lar B o Creo, nod Ibo Carolinians 

I Joo Railroad -■- 

IT, II,; n .<■'."!, fc,v.:al ..l-J.Hi-icl-cI-liiir-. 1 S c r. .-,,,,,,,,-r 

roU r«m bis bono, >la revio-. two -eeks am, nod in- 
iarcd hJ[u;olf f, [.ji. r.ly r!,il r. i- le-.utbl ha -ill nul 
' ] to mount bisborso. Ho hu been lelioved 

from Richmond," having boon enchanted 

":.™>- , „.,,,.„ 



robe! ii 



:.SI|I„H an,] .I'h.-jt.J J i:a 



I boon assigned to the. command ol 
ipoied ol iwelvo rcglmonta oriul 
ore now lo Ibo proriilonal arm 



Cue latest news from Sail Lake woold .com 10 IndL 
a that ororylhing -a> going on qnlotly. Tho Leglj. 
ure hod assembled aod organiied, and Governor 



$1,000 Reward! 

JOHN O. BELL, 

Noi. 634 and 636 Clay street, 

WILL GIVE THE ABOVE REWARD TO ANY 

OIL CLOTHS, 
CARPETS, 

PAPER HANGINGS AND BORDERS, 

MATS AND MATTING, 

Ruga for Christmas Presents, 

OILT C0RXER3 AJND POLES, 
Dauaskb AND 'WlNDOW-a hades, and Housk- 

Fubsibuisq Goods of every- 
Descbiptios, 

Cbeapor lhao wo will eel] for CASH for the noit 

TIDKr DAYS! 

V&- All romnanta toma]nln L - sn hand al lhat lime 



Tnic Commissioner of Paltnlt hoi rerulcd lo oilcnd 
tbo hfeConuick Reaper Patent, for the reason lhat the 
mm already received by NcCormlck. nnd Ibo torn. 



CLAY STREET— 
.iwnen Jlonirrr 

Hot. 634 and 



:ond Carpet 



00 nd from 


Scon ii 


IT. 






Ton Totl 


of Calif 


in la rive 


. changing lb 


lr bed., Is 




v tho can of Be 


r river. Thb 


stream be- 


«M,durio 


lbs in 






ednp-ilri 






rcedool 








e John 




ing, forming 


an enrlrely 


IW bod lo 


adiitau 






miles, anr 




luold 












lest John 




oolh of ih 


eold b 


dga,whl 




v .landing 



Wu. R. Asrea, of New York, who Is worth Ihirt; 
million, of dollar., and who.o Minns] Income Is Iw- 
mlllloni, ha. joined Iho Half of Gen. UeCltllan. A. at 

it,i,:lli^.ni eapllollil, ho pereelrc. Iho only iiroleciLii: 

A aTMtfiJWTblll la prorent Cbiuoso emigration t 



To Vineyard Plantera. 
Ir our Vina Gro-era will furnlih us -ilb a lilt or tl 
Yinel Ihey grow, and tbo quantities they have for sal 



I Tne Supremo Court baa lately delivered three im 
^RUnl decisions. Ono or lntcre.1 In ulUars, entitle 
■jalhrop ™. Mills ,t at., waa a qaeitlon whether Ih 



Via s tB , ,ir 


Inan 


ah-ai 




heeaae 


of W 


oir v.. Bald- 










by no 
















1. n 


quired. An 














HI; -ilhoui 




























cnL Tho 










ight 1/ 




orelgn (Col- 


Ms.) mlnirr. 


euipl 


yad in 


m 


nlng o 


prl 


eta laud [or 



Colleg-iate Institute, 

BEiVIOIA. 

FOR MALES ONLY. 

THE NEXT SESSION OF THE INSTITUTE, THE 

E0UBZBBHT1I, 

•Will Open on iho 12IH or JaimnrF. 

Pupils aro lequoiled Io corno on Ibo 10th er lllb. 



Tho room, aro ready forolibod. No E»ra«sqa Fie 

Tonan. -iililng more part! color Inform oil nn in regard 
I term., rnn E e of studies taught, Ac, -111 please rcqoe.l 
. Circular horn Iho Principal, 

IMm 0. J. ELATT. 



FEE3H GARDEN SEEDS. 






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SAOEAMENTO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DRY GOODS! 

The Best Class! 

At Lowest Prices! 
The Largest Stock! 
And Greatest Variety ! 



P. S.--A luge Stock of Carpeia Always 
On Hand. 



LAMOT & COLLINS, 

Leaders and Introducers of 

FASHIONS 

FOK HATS! 

Corner 2d and J it-., 



Original Eagle Hat Store, 

COLLINS & CO, 

HATTERS, 

AeiatLi JUoi tin.© ^ 1 iolci. 

C. J. COLLINS, formally of Commercial itreoL; no, 
J. C. COLLINS, Into of Washington ureet; 
/Wr* Have formed n Copartner-hip for Ibo g» 
Km rnrpneeofcarrjiogontho &§ 

"^5. HAT AND CAP BUSINESS 

Ih All It. Bhaschm. 

DUrSO PRACTICAL WOBKMEK OttitSELVF^ 

And Judgei or Malarial, oor patrons may rely on Good. 

boogbt at oor .tors 'aging 

Tlio BEST In Every Respect 1 . 

HATS OP BVBEY JJES0RIPTION 

MADE TO OEDEE, 

At Iho ihortost notice. 



Peruvian and Stage Drivers' Hats 



P. J. DEVINE & BHO., 
F a E ill I II 91 

aCa.r'ble W orlis, 

K street, between Sixlh and Seventh streets, 

SAORAMEWTO. 



Orders frum llie Country promptly attended to. 

T.B.— P. J-D.i Bro , have received Diplomas and Gold 



JOHM 0. HELL, 



BLUE VITRIOL 

Or milestone, 



CJCARANTEED FTTHe;. 
For aalo io qoaotltloa, AX LOWEST HATES. 

iieiii\<;i'ii\ Il CO., 

wiii.ir.i:-,iij: DriuomsTo, 

12 Hi": Una 101 '.In, >.,-,:, i 



IDoney Wanted in the Country. 

ffilfl (\t\f\ WANTED— On P.onerlv -orth 130,- 
>1>1U,UUU 000; perfecl title, aoj *i,b ampin 

" 'ALSO— 816O0, opon Real Property, uodoohtod Utlo, 

■,,.M: ):!,:, : ::,:■: ! !i ■:,:,:.. ■ .-.<.< .,'.,!„■ 

1! Inaolre ol Edilor farmer. 



HARDEN 8c FOLGER, 

PIOUEER 

Steam CoSee and Spice Mills, 



Old Govenuneut JAVA COFFEE 

n Iho clrj, Jr,i,„. ™„ „l.i„ln ihl< really nooaruelc. 

;'i"i,.-..",.,'l'M 1 | : .V.,il. a,°[ ,: .«i!i,.' 1 ,',Ji 1Ii : t!.V e-otlBucd i.n™™ 



Agricultui'al Implements ! 

OF ALL KINDS, 

—AT THE— 

Lowest Oity Prices 

"Wlaolesale ; i ml Jit-i:;i il. 

. D. ABTUVR & BOIV, 

E.Hra Corner of Washlmtnn and IJaiL, itree'ti. 



North Point Dock Warehouse. 

STORAGE] 



Every raolllly I' "ITercd f>i sterloa Wheat, Dad 

r'|.,m-, ,.!,.! ..IL..T tf.1i.. tl.: J'rodueo. 

.sa.ca-aj-aao.oer3 

Undo on approved Mercb indl.o 

WM. T. COLEMAN * CO., 



Buy A-ii -yo-ui- 
SILVERWARE 



t rr o it e k, i 



IMPORTANT! 

WE HAVE TO-D»Y SIAJDE A MATERIAL 

REDUCTION IN OOH PRICES 

C O^.L OILS! 

Machinery Oils! 
CAMPHENE! 

TTJEPENTIlsrE ! 

STANFORD BROTHERS, 
California street, near Front, 



WHEELER 8s WILSON'S 

First Premium 
FAMILY 

SEWING MACHINES 

ARE ACKNOWLEDGED 

— TO BE — 

FAR SUPERIOR 
To AU Ofliei-r. ]q Use. 



Alfalfa, JSeed. 



BUY ALL YOUR 
"WATCHES 



tuoe.br: 



102 



THE O^LIFOBNIAFAB^EB^ 



tJiscrUang. 



ItAU'DROPS. 

"fie n/rer rain, Hi j.iW-77u^, He InjipI.V/ donnaj 
String^" '^>Tof the preen taT. ijta, 

Spinoza ran r,>, lb, -^rftll. 



dashing; ehoatiogrsinl 
oi-bl mtii, the •demo ruin, Urn soldlei 

the nii-liii'hl rain ! 
, in, mc V Jd beat on lb- r«r oVhea. 

llL " i - li " f " ! ""^iS,W?I*J 



,1 mill, the bothering pUTtrii 
■r ton ^k3■. 



The -California Farmer." 
Liu the culm nod gentle inflnence of tho Sab- 
bath, lo that or oilier tlajs, comes the CiiwUHiiA 
Fabmgr, in comparison with those newspapers 
filled vrilh eicillng detail! of war and blooflsbcd 
(half of ffbicb is unfounded), oddiog fool to the 
flame of civil dissension ; snch themes findinghul 
a faint echo along its columns, which reverberate 
rather with Ihe sound and tread of Ihc marcb of 
Science and Progress. 

How beautiful the panorama that flits before 
me, as I read of toe quiet scenes of -Agricultural 
lifo ; of orchards and vineyards ; of jcod-timc and 
honest; of fruits anil flowers: things I bat are 
not seen here in this desert lsod, but which are 
among Ihe bright and lored spots along the way- 
side of the past. 

The Colonel mnst have eyes like the fabled 
Argus, for in bis sbort stnv and baity glance at 
pfce 



a I hod thought 



being called inqci 

with tbo Colonel, let all the won 

ride on the outside 7 and should thi 



of any place, shut up in- 
icre she must sit perfectly 
any question, for fear of 
or strong-minded J Issy, 



Of tl 



nallesl 



Bight take the scat of postillions upon the backs 
of the anises, where, without onj- trouble of Raid- 
ing them, thej could look around sod enjoy the 
scenery on all sides, and no gallant drivor would 
object to having snch fine b,ll(z)i on bis horses. 
lint, alas ! tbo world's pttpriftiti tn&r moat of hu- 
man joys, and make women Iho weak and timid 
things wo see them, wholly unfitted for life's 






rev of ": 



of the world, I can 
"port-boles of th< 
int may bo going on 
[lobe, and, also, takt 



Ever welcnmc is the Farheii, which comes 
white-winged dove of peace, .and nestles with 
others upon my center-table, and like a magnetic 
chain, links me with kindred minds. 

LlLUA Ds HuSTASA. 

Aciou, Dee. S, tat. 

[We are pleased to bear from our Correspond- 
ent in the mountains, and ercr glad to know, that 
welcome is (0 cheerlblly given to 
It has always been oor aim to create a lovo of 
the Beautiful, a lasta for Beautify 
pointing out the various means to d 
feel that tbcro Is more profit to oor readers and 



culture, than 



TI1K EAGLE. 

Ores upon an April twilight-eel n, serene, mrdes 
As I wMchid Mr Hesper beaming from the blue a 



I espied 


ciyital shnre, 

far In Iho JjjulnBS, 


either 


sbndo 


v.show.o 


Of a 






Iheb 


arena o'er 


When 


Ihe gt 


D jT«s7hJ™ 




1 etui 


ti the bine 






MMdnji 10 










oworinr, 


KIT I wan 


..cd, r. 


here 


t eve I oft 


On 00 


"eonn 1 ^ 


'a^lt.oJp 


atiolV 


a bar 


rer golden 




a might 




alloo.- 


id the 


r manifold 


Andlhemyr.. 


rzuw* 


oi lha 


begem the heav 


When 


Ibis gol'd eo crested eagla f 


■ 


1,1,1= and 




017s 1 


Fined my 


irandcr - 


goya 


heforo. 


Oh, tb 


a beau 


eoai bird 


omen. 


from 


the crysta 



Dm 
Brio 


thou come from Gelds elyslan J art 

gcJltuoulho branch or oliro that 

1 "' In™'bo fabled days of jor 


hou skilled 
bo radian 


This 

Tha 
Like a 

Tha 


roud bird 


I tbut did query, as h 

relet dancing, to tbo m 
and sighing moiie all alo 


so gaily 


Q littered in lb 


mljllc lwili S lH like n no. 


along the 




' 


Gleaming, nllttorlng, roor 


and more 


Tray 


ob tell me 


dost thou hoar mo? lisle 


Ing tbuj to 


VThyn 


"''fv'-r"? 
ol touch m 
sit and 1 

■:, uti.,1. 


like tbo ebon bird that sr 
some grand lesson, whllo 


ike in days 
r hero nil 


Eon 
Sub 


tha poet (killed In quaint and en- 






On Ibis bleak, tempnstnon 


s shore." 


4,1 Cage's! 


aod listened, while his waving pin- 
ioned. 



i.'ui-i.lv (: 1.1 In' I.". 1 : depending, iiilh the asuro tw 
light blending. 
O'er the roeky cliff dr.'ecnJioj, t m^rin- bi h -h aim- 





"What secret would thy mind oip 


at" 


'Well, lb 
Where, 
I would k 


Shadow-Bird, or Substance— coming from 

berial distance, 

*rcVnw, tan Great Departed lo the hightl 

..1. ii Trj'ii'.rs ercr, with their basely-linked 


Can oor 


glorloos Union sover, spreading now 


from 


Long.™ 


mooted, mighty Union, tonorine up 
ore to shore V 

On Ihoscrollwas— "NcvuiHon 


from 


■Con I, p 


ophet-bird, beliefs theo? eomost Ihon to thus 


From ihe muring doubts and shadows that 
rent my bosom's core! 
From toraontiog, weak delusion— sonl-absorhing 

From a boneless, mad conclusion, I so long la s 


dire 
enee 


If, torn 
d 


e, tboa o'or speak falsely, mnyclt thou 
Ob tbo "dirk Plutonian shore' 




'If thou 


rt n bird of omco— prophet-bird from 


other 


Giro me truly, now, I pray thee, and my e 
thoughts restore— 

illation— ° S 
Of the future or our Nation— dost thou sea he 

filet o'er 7 
Must her children's blood bo spilt, her pose 


spee- 

OBBfl 



lestly did uttor, something louder Ihnu a 
lecho then resoondod all along tbo beaten 
■adding eyes were lifted to the eil ken parch - 
meaning that I lifted, word by word, and 
otd and omen sifted that this wondrous eagle 



I will give you bero a lesson that ynu no' 

beard before ; 
a those stabs in glory blending— to a radian 

brlghtuoss leading to your ci 



ir HortI 
illy heralding wars, mur 
Jers, suicides, and other like calamities. W 
rather shut our eyes to those dart pictures (fu 
they ore shown by others often cnoogh), and 
present to our readers thnl which sholl educate, 
nod elevate the mind, stimulating to hclterthings. 
Some time since, we know, we advocated the priv- 
ilege of Ladies riding upon tho ootside of the 
stage, nnd know this privilege should be granted 
when doiirtd and the routo safe. But always pre- 
rerringBqaletaudpeiceoblo"LifoinlhcCnuntry p " 
we cannot now advocate otJI( t )s on the horses, cs- 

miglit bo dnnget in permitting oil hilta to lake the 
l.ad-reins. , Wo admlro companionship In all tho 
"lioaotiful in Soturc :" but some of the pathways 
in Ibis life, it require, the strong arm of man to 
(I guide the leaders, else the Barge of Life over our 
mountains nnd defiles may be dashed lo otnms 
kYr, hope our Gollsnlry will B0 , bo ^^ b lho 
'Lily of the Mountain," because wo ohject to 
doogerons roads on 



Seethe 

future 

All of Kl,!.:!, 



of his fatL-., - 
nnd said tho Injury sbnuid ho 1 
that nobler That was true 10 
nrdicolhat would lead n boy, 
nn Injury liko that, to soenk nr 
ccal it. Ulve us William, when 
ago is called for, rnthor than - 



My Wire's Economy— Tbo Calico Dm' 

Jlns. Jo*.* is B jewel of n woman. The dear 
Tcaturc lately came home from a shopping e 

''°?i h"™ i,.',,,!.! .,',,;!'„ 1... -..in'i-.-.l.iy I" said _ 

myself, even If I gel 
it up, it will be 1 



sterling should COI 
It up," and with It 



n lb< 



In alioui n lormicht the dress enmo home. It 
ru.n pn-liv. IjInc.ilV.iir, v.-ilh [...In,, sol in jlripi-J, 

„.l Mr,. .Kino- r.ollv looked like « aiim I ':! 

n it, as she floale.l ftlenl tin.' r^.m, ili>|.li.yii'(.' n 

,K-d'iviili ,i ...n of ii.irruii l.i.;.''; "nd [he cape, for 
t was cut low on the shoulders — nnd dear llury 






I thong 



■■Vill, .1 Hi. I 






nil, 



ind na 1 smoked ray cigar I snid m 

*ith snch a knack for ecooomy I" 
Two dnys otter thn bill eamo 
ipened il first, and I saw her dn 

'allied immediately, and bunded the 
1 glanced c 



iw-l" said 1. "Twenty.ftvo shiMincra fm 
making a dress that cosl only thirty 1 Surely 
Mary Ann, there roust be soiuc mistake here V 

"Qh, no, my dear," she said, briskly. ")ly bro- 
cade, you knoK, co-l two puuuil.i ,'lorling lo makt 
11111I trim, iiii'l this i>- til'ieeii i-liillingi cheaper." 

"Eut Ibis dress cost only thirty ,-hilliii..-:;." jui.l 
I. 

"Tbo cost of Ihe dress, my dear," she replied, 
Eiiiilini.: l.Hnvvnl.ruly ,u my i t Ti..r.i[icc, " has very 
little 10 do with the cosl of making nod trimming 

"The dickens it has'nt I" I began. 

"Hush!" said my wife, playfully pulling her 
hand over my mouth. "Smithy, dear, you mus'nl 
swear." And iiikinii tin' bill, ihe ci.nnneiiced go- 



hillings. Koiv, I'm sure that's t 



, buttons, and oilier 
MiMnp . , 'Besifl. 



li..: ,1,.. |. 



lalch- 



sleev 



say this, either; bull said to 

ere twelve shUlingjaLill unai- 

at It wonld "punle a Philadi'l- 

aocile this sum to ..nv rational 

;onomy. 

ihillings left," resumed Mrs. J., 



nith which the cape nnd 



"Obi 









, in other hands, tbey an 

N..!., "".' ;'. Li 'l" raoat bi 
nnd bigi, : ,.., 1... , lh 
■ reins: then nil at. 



EsratASD dots not liberally patronise its . 
authors. DtckoBt'lastsiory, "Great E Ip «lallo 
hairun ibrouBb only four editions, each of 
honund.ln Hnglauu, »hll B one publishing 

;l,.-.,.:,:,.!.-..|.,....t,|, Li.ir,;.;,,,,, l|l„M,,li,.„, l,y 

MeXear. of Sew York, none of which have op- 
penrod in London. 



O'er Ihe 1 
ind .hoy'n 



11 shed a luster brighter ftllltbi 

urar, brighter lion Urora." 

thus out-beaming, o'er the silk 

nt then I numbered quite distinctly 

'o licked together, wiOi seard that 

With their fcas.ly-lloked endeavor— with their throat. 

Eron then a hideout mooster, with a fierce and war 
Bkoroor, 

itckly cimo the fabled maiden, with defcniivo nrmor 
or— Iiflbim w ellor- 
tfng— uoblo, proud. 

O'er the radlaol com toll atlon then tbo IrancS of alia 

DoBnedtho'goldon.hlold and betmet-loftme dream. 
Ine on tho shore 

Of tbls -in jim, mysterious lora. 

slowly lifted by tho bird, who 
ig on lho crystal 

Loft me dreaming In tbo moonlight— 'neath tbo calm 
and silent moon ligbt— 
01 1..1 i„:,iionni,dth mon.ter-whUo the bird did 

proudly soar 
Where the Elarl™ „„,„, „r 01hor cla ^ lbo u 
and boundless shore— 

MeoUnj, mingling ovormore. 



proudly drifted 
Liko o dimly-erested vop< 



n-lookinglnccl" said I. 
- uuuiuiuu-iuuaiug I" cried Mary Ann, hor eyes 
sparkling. Then she Inughed comically. "Thnt 
shows what you men know nlionl luces I Why, 
Smithy, dear, its real Vakncieones, nnd very 

thing else, after the dross is worn out." 

"But why piitrcol VnK-ncieuues, as you coll it, 
on so cheap n dress?" I asked In tone of veia. 



it. I was dumb. 
1 or economical 
ousocss my wife 



ii.ircir,;; i-.-itli lu.r .-...il.ji.-ct, in.'.. Iiii iim..llv 1.1 u, 
nenrtbai we were under infinii.. oblie.ui.m- i 



cigars for Hie r,.:-.u m.; 1.1. 'mil,., ,„. 
ic dear creature In her wislu-s ; 1111 
in lovely, nnd seems eo hnppy, in liv 



Hillings for mnklog and trimming a dress tbo 
ost only thirty, dnea'l exactly show a knack fn 



MniKL wives lormerly look 11 



jw, with Ibe aid of a 



cwiBg machine, they take 



Tnue Coobaoi,— A company of boys, 

In snow-balling. William had mode a good hard 
•aov-ba.II. In throwing It, ho "put in loo mot 

mXub" " lb f b0 ^. B U,, ~ bt tiiT ™ " to ° haru - 

'ded, right Ihrouu. . 

ihnulcd: "Tbcro, 

i, Bill run!" The 

straightened up and sold, "I shall no/ ran » Iln 
now TS'i A{na >* for lhe hoa6 " *!<«. the win. 
anw had heen bruken. I!o rang at tbc door 
acknowledged wha.be had done, and erprcsTd 
his regret. Be then gave his name, nnd the name 

- 






MRS. r>. NOKCEOSS 
No. 144 Sacramento street, 

Abo.o HoBtjromeri Slreot SAN rRARClSCO. 

LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. 

Tali being the only regular Lamas' Due,. T , 1M . 

i!lv.; ,<-t..k.: lo .s. ln f,. lr ,., „,. ,,|i,, ,-m aWatsrelY 
ia^no eit," 1 ' bD la ' K " 1 " Mr "" 0f " ■""> b "' "Jl. good. 

Ha.ln([ juilvlsllad the Eost, ana oorapli 
anoB,emonts -lib i nn t,o,t manufactore^ ., , t , 
f'jrlhelH]/ J rliti. ln ,.rri MU .,„j., i „. .a. ■.-. i,i, ,„. : ,. 
"'■I •:■■,..■:■( li'. Hr) .,[ oor o»o countr,, (I,..,. ,,,. 1, . .;. 
all our goodi Km, lhr.m s h flrj. Lands.,... ■ ,■ • ■ 
mem lor ladles to giro ns tbolr Iradaaiolaslyali ■• 
U^DEE LINEN. 
H08IEHY 

UNDEE CLOTHING, 

And all Qoods In our Una. 

, Ml^. D. TIOHCHOSS, 



Pulu! The Wonderful! 



Direct to SCUItKJIiIMf.i ;-T(llM:..iiS=oiomo.lreet, 

ALL K1SD5 OF BUDDING, cii-iyuilnt that's wanted, 
Tbcro too, Ihe hot eecommodulLin eranted. 

Thai SehrrJlwr'. ts TOE OKPOT OP PULU, 
AndnEtboITONEEil IMPORTER TOOl 
Tbo man who dm! this Irorary tare. 

At SCHREUtEtt'B, 1U0, on Baanmie urort. 1 

Insure Your Property 

DANCERS OF FIRE! 

AND YOUR LIVES 1 

PROVISIOW FOH YOUR FAMUjIES, 
la Case or Tour IR-iitli. 

General Insurance Agency 

IfinE: and LIFE; : 

BIGELOW BROTHERS & FLINT, 

OFFIOE 1 
Over Itlcssrs. I'amiu &, Co.'a Bank, 

Ibwot corner Unatgomerv and Saersmoulo itroeU, 
8AH FRASC1SC0, CAL. 

Capital Represented, $8,229,00(1! 

Home rnsuranco Co., N. Y Assnls SI, 500,000 

Security Firo Insnmnco Co., K. Y. " 650,000 

Niagara " " " "— •" 306,000 

Washington " " "_..." 600,000 

Lamar " " " " " 350,000 

Hope " " ' '.' " " 330,000 

PheoiK " " " " " 290,000 

Park " " " " " 280,000 

American Eichnngo '■ « " 310,000 

Conn. Mutual Lifo Insurance Co., 

of Hartford, Conn 3,761,000 

Equitable Lifo Assurance Soci- 
ety, N. Y 168,000 

Total S8,2!D,000 

Hirlnc LETTERS OF CREDIT wllh Mean*. ALBOP & 
CO.. .did VVtLL;. FAltatl £ CO, lo llio luiuunt ol 

$65,000 aiontlily, 

AN IMMEDIATE PAYMENT OF ALL LOSSES 
OH ADJUSTMENT. 

MERCHANDISE, DWELLINGS' and tbeb- CONTENTS, 
STORES, RANCH PltOPERTV, 

an :1 KVt;iiv DKScrtn-ntjH op inisijuaiile PERSONAL 
PROPERTY, on the no« reuonable terau, hj 

BIGELOW BROrHERS & FLINT. 

HEFEHENCES : 

Ho in i-.i.ii i- ■ ■ -. i — ii" .".7.7. 7.7.' ,"!"!.".'! 



'.t».i, Kg* 



RASCHE »fc SOlVSj, 

Dealers pfi^fej 

ih 5'nfoi 

PIANOFORTES, 

SHEET MUSIC AJfl) BOOKS, 

Musical Instruments, 

Strings, Jfcc. 

A. II. «ale it Co., Wew York, 

C. iHoyci', PblladelpbiB, 

T. Gilbert, Uostoa, 

peso rioKoa the, OOBSTABTLY keep 0o i^ 

FOR SALE AND TO RENT. 

•i.a^DBd^lJlX "S.a e lIeT B !,r leCtol 8h ™* * lD,t0 

j'r.i i':.'. , iV!.v;'\,;',tvE\.t' 1, To^ r s.. , :;"T u v, r a , , , ; U i. l, i" ri:" 

Vlotih Sa M ™ W ™ U ? m ' V( ""° "" J Pl,n ". Fla™ fail tiw 

Pianos and All Other lnstrnments 

TUNED AND_REP A | REDi 

■ i .-■ imJ ■rraniiei] f.T ill I n , fram „ u „ „ 



FRUITS, GRAIN, AND FftODUCE. 

FRUIT MARKET. 



)DR JODB1NQ DEPARTHBItT 
Ft n;ilOLK9ALK DEPARTMENT 



T^inSTE! 



T'!i„" 



Oetobor 3d, IS 
rpHE ITHDERStGNED V 



EXISTBIG 
s hereby .tluolTedljra. 

" 6 a i S. l Tun£ Uc "' ofu ' 
j.i.7. il sjciiARDa. 



A. H. TODD & CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 






CALIFORNIA WINE! 

C A R 33. 
Laei Vimevabo, Lcj Aneoloj Co., Cal, > 
March 'il, JSSt. ! 

BE1HQ OFTEN APHJU. Tii i.'i ACiir-UK- 
TASCES lhroocb..m ihs Stato [or ray WISE in 
small noantllios. I herebj notify ihem, mnell QJ Lho 
publlo Bonorallj, tbat I hare anpointod 

Messrs. HOBBS, GILBIORli & Co,, 

SAN FBAKCISCO, 

My Sole and Exclusive Agents 

With tba 1 



,_.. .jo.-.lo.f nil (bo difTt- 
.f WISE uanufaetoriJ bj ms atlAKB 
VINSYARDtan.'" " 



^ARD (am 

artlw). «irln( the . 



■•■■"kHS5 

E. D. WILSON. 



NOTICE. 
IH CONFORMITY WITH TnE ABOVE CARD, 
thepnblloaro Inlormed that no, Iho subscribe n, baro 

"\?57"laa.© Cellars, 

Kearlr oppoilto tho Railroad Depot, 

IPTJItE WINESJ 

COHSiaifNO OF 

Port, Angelica, and White Wines 

ALL WARRANTED TO BE THE PT/BB 

JUICE OF THE GRAPE, 

Which no will mil in quantities to suit purchasers, pat 

U[. i„ :bl|.(.ii-i,; |..«ka,:..>: .irothoriito. 

ildl'li- .'ll.'.[.|RE 4 CO., 
17 Warkol street, 'vi ■ ii'> 'he H.iilrontl DipoL 



WEBEE HOUSE, 

STOCKTON, J Wg gi ut^ CALIFORNIA. 






FIRST- CLASS HOTEL. 

ToobousohAi baca thorou);lil r jcnoiotdl and as«rf ftn" 
ouhoJ— lho flloopbig Roanu h..lns ilio nnr ayrtnsaml Biir 
MattrCHca. Evpedal eero ntll ulu^j^ be i:Lvcn to harass 

SLEEPING ROOMS AND BEDS 

in tbo mo« perrecl and healthv drier. Tlio TaWe =111 t» 
eupp]L«l wllh nil ihn InaurlfH ol Hip *..„,hi L Th? tbadtce 



ST. GEORGE 

HOTEL, 

On IFoturtlx street* 

Between J and K n(reelB f 

HAORAUEPfTO CITY. 



Union Hotel, Sonoma. 

MEBEKHAHDT' GLASSES, IIAVlS" 
purchased the CNIOK HOTEL, of lbs lit" r 10 " 
priator, Mr. A. Q. Oakos, on propiroJ t° K 1 " 
tho best ■gcDmmodalloiis (o the iraTollng pntille. US- 30 



I 

L 



THE CALIPOBNIA TJ 1 A. R M E R . 



103 



)k! mighty mcanln 


iTn 


3! (b0 


moon lain inory, 












ST. 


thelimce 
o nij plle; 


l.l-r 




ml sacred jl otj 










bolv pliCM, 


















































u...,i 


nil have 


;!'.;,'. 


ngsb 


™ us 






ml< 


Bjjoy and duty; 


Then I 


<l, v.l-i 


.|i. ■ 


(cod 


" furevurraor*, 



tllL- Inundation : 

"How high did "" "■«'" S'' 1 

quired Of i resident of Jin o 
di'.i- ...I tlJC ti[J. 

Jqsl high enough to tnkn lb 
ir f ,i.i 1 ai.inJiag of rt 



■VYou bairo loiL yoar 



"And nil your fumitnr 

■»Ves, ball favcd my family." 

"What i- [in il.nii ._-•■ ■ ■ v ,.ir =t-ji;k ot goods 1' 
"About Gvt thousand dollar,." 











lew 














^H mini dj ion uuuu 


ted 


-thor 


• hi pine 




Betes. 




n 


ilu Gee 


E.-Tb 






Ldj N 






























nil 


This' 
































IhreownyEit first 




111-.- ulJ 




I stele, 


.OIY- 


dernnd elial i ..■ 
















:h Ibcy 












































then. Thcoltic 


ht. 


"(win 




"/a 'ho 


<0 In 



gfcose an lb'. 1 b'M'l. lly llii, =n ■.-. ■ n ^ 
flock escap'.-. II has hern "b-'.-rvc'l : 

bird. A tin,!: ttrrivt; at the pl,,c 
Oboat davliurllt ; lli.i' r. mi'.in il'irinf 

"-- ijiiehi, «imii' - - : 



orcb, while 
a the silly 
7 few of " 



Ad o 



I their bibiu 

lYf.f lll-'ll llj im lurii.iT. 



HYDRAULIC HOSE 

MANUFACTORY. 
119 First street. - - Marysvllle, 

First Fre-rtiimn. 

THE COMMITTEE ON MIKING IMPLEMENTS, 
it lha last Annual Fnirofthe Agrinllanl, Hortl- 
eulloral. and Mechanic)' Swilty, of tbn North- 
ern District of California, awarded mo tha 

First Preminni for my Patent Machine 

FOB SEWING HYDRAULIC DOSE. WAGON COV- 
r.i;s,'!r.n:. AND Fun l)n'. Gabdbh Hose, Ac; 

Andlbavotbo Society's DIPLOMA, signed b;0 N 
Sw «ir, President, and Ouu. M. Gobiiah, Secretary. 
Cimmitloo iu composed of II. Hahb.b, of Iht 



THE V E H. M O JV T 

SEED-SOWER AND REVOLVING HARROW! 

FAEMEKS, ^ATTENTION 1 

Wllh this micblne, any poreon that oan manage a pair or borttl, can perform Ibo operation ot 

Seeding- and Harrowing at tlie same Time. 

II li adapted la the KwlDE if ALL KINDS OF GRAIN .and. ii rajmlalad by lb. ma.o to ^J*™^ 
KaTh°jNONE E 0F U IT F IS ME* L^IiOHT VorTM BLKtaw'SttSffiF 

IT IS SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION, STRONG, AND DURABLE, 

i enable him to raise Grain prolitably at the pre- 



l'i-m 



>j Office, 



bole, a. .. 


cotuC up 


After U 


!boo 


the c; -■■• 
























fir the ! . 


e.gbly 






at 1 ,'-' 1 . 




X a Xi 


■ vsl 


dam.:-: 
























•light 4 ■ 

















. Tbs Hub 



man ending at a noble to etc a pair o 
li.iJ l.tsu uJ n-r lis >.J r.ir jnlc, bjL fin,]- 
! or Ibeco tb*M-o, ntked llin man in 01 
'■Wbece'i bla oifteT" "Fnitb, sir, an' I 

is reply." 
I Tli.it iu a pretty conceit of a romantic 

"" folbcr, wbose nninn wna ItOJc, who 
u.i, c l,i<T, "Wild." iollmii<beE»wil[ 
,i|,|,. ii.iii'.u of "Wild Knio." Bat tb. 
f Ibc niine ffm ladlr spoiled in a (cv 
ibo married aman by tbenarae of "Boll. 1 
I Aicboolboy bnriog goad-nntoredly helped an 
ooed by Ibo dumlnie : "Why aid yoa wori 
i Uiitn bit work," replied the youngster, 
| IUit a poor woman thinks sbo can do nothing 
IB can do nolbing wilb bin. 
Wncs o yaung lady hem 5 hondkercbiels for a 
■cbrior, she prohntily sews in order Ibat abi 

iaa Is jnst this difference In Ibo mat rim on I a 
■st the bride [1 Mwnva given away — lb 
bridegroom oflcD regularly told. 

1 often but n. alight separation bolweon 
1 love and her bate. II cr keen lee lb an 
her sweet lips. 



^^Wisii nt 1 mall injnrie; ralber Ihnn arcogt tbem. 
" 'to destroy a Fin^li lire, ran ihrow down the 
Bite, losifcid of one enemy, you make a tboniand. 



■ Wnn S r . wbits looks hb^k, dues bo chnngo 

IWnrwaiStPonl like a horse? Btennso ho 
<•>;■• -i Timoiliy. 

alentare odtn (be eopllvcs of beantl- 



My fuel lilies > 



iromlneni 
it I can ufely promlie 



eanly as anybody, and people will bar 
away fnin MirytrUls for II ■ 
:r iSTCBCBT In these alaobloes Tor tb 
.a It far sale, or all of lbs Norther 



XOOO Acres of Land, 
ISO cows, 

A Good Milk and Dairy Business, 

For Sale at a Great Baigai 

A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY 13 NOW OFEEBE) 



oTrbe^,. J^t*. 


under trenrocnl 


. r.:L, .,.|'i:i, 
































n^-ledpe^rUie br.ll 


*UiE r sSw E, |i «Uie 


If.^Sn" 




















































dy" m°Mf h £ C o"j l 


ffit* "V*™ 


' ■",'.'m i ,T)° 1 ' 








«°™li"/bV™dmfi&ter^1Sn n Tf n« 


^'rr'SXe 


s rcquldES remedy. 


























:a admU4tjDa of bbs 




J'""/" 1 " "- 




i« 






■ lem by whlJ^h illM 







oagh bands than tbs dyspepsia. 



MASOH1 C_R E C A L I A . 

BLUE LODGB 4 

R. A. CHAPTER, 
K I L , 

KNIGHTS TEMPLARS 
In foil sets, or .LdiIo hii far Indlridunl memban, man- 
nfMtoied by onrtelte., of^uporhr nnallty and work- 

Lc-lie.ruroKbfi-UhColomni,CharU.OaT!li,LlBhts, 

■ onl,. llihlM, A*. 4a. , „ . 

Chart*™ and C.undl. famiihsd with Robes, and all 

■ ■:.!'■:,. • foml.licl iiith CoJlunie', Duniw". and 
II other artklo. |i)rtalnln( la tbii branch of the order. 

T>. NOECROSS, 

NO. 1« SACRAMENTO STREET 
Above Uonlgnmerr street. Ssji Fuibcluco 



BUY ALL YOUR 

GOLD ORNAMENTS 



T TJ O ^ 






CEBTIFlOATBa 

K.il mK J °J|J .h-'',.,;. ,;.,', ,',:- ,:■„! ,1, ■ ■,-. :'..; !,,l -| l!-, ,-!,i.i!'' 

due, by Urn iuo of hi* Etocuap"Uilo 

I I'aliforala, Cilv r,;,.i Cunt)' .it i-i'i F r, ..'.«■ 

1M0. *° "*° in P. Bl£aY,'Moury 





ELEGANT ROSEWOOD CASES 

GOOD AND_DURABLE. 
WARRANTED : 

f3B3MT3 roil OIEOT/LAH 
OIYINO PULL DESCBIPTIOS. 

■iorco Agenl la California, wo will cell direct 
Ibopnbirsntoar 

Very low Wholesale Cash Bates, 

ind thus ihsonrehojor will tavs une-lbinl "fhij nioii. 

r]i,rr«cul:irMvrcir,rLAlU.!E I'lASU 1 ; < 'ILI V. •'■ ' . 
11 i.i.,.1,'1 7 I-.: -il^i-'.i", "in-inno r.. i„.ik- i-llb 
the late ImiirotemenU, at from S17B to SoM. aecordinr 
' -* s nnJ Fiui.h L.iiiju DiKoanu mads to CASlI 
IRS. 

PATENT INSULATED ffiON RDH 

Unking them the best ami mart dornble in the world. 

SE1JTJ FOR~CIRCULARS. 



BOARDMAN, GRAY & Co., 

M AHOFAOT UK B B 3 , 

ALBANY, NT. 



PATENT RICHTS FOR SALE 

■ „j u r . .-';n'.'r,..| lii.'N >nil Wnlhlinti.il T'.ii'- -'■ - 
A Foritini: for a UecbBnle. 

-A CII1ER-H1LL iDd PRES9 of the m»l ep 

. L A New Botary Snhaoil Plow. 



Ho. ''■'.. A Com Cultivator. 



No. 3. An Improved Clothes Reol and Bar. 
Tbli mlonbln Jnroaile piece or rumltnro c.n be rued In I 

Ho. 4. Tbs Ilecnuie's Eplnt LsveL 

;■■■".■■■..! :■--, '.'--}:• 11. i'-:.i. 

flullder>r£l™e'i»i 01 Ibc ra«r«li.Ul°' ovbcUowV" * 

Ho.o.AUsikBtoBoT. 

r-l 5. 1 ..II <:-i 1 l-J-i ■■:::!■■. li-..!- li, liublle baiuo am) 

prints braille, will aud U . OM-lul lnn.uU.in. 

Also, Hyde's Patent Petri. D river, 

, can da 10 on .['pStraiLuri 1.1 



BAILEY'S PATENT 

COMBIMBD 

WASHING AND WRINGING 

MACHINE. 




V'l.iMr.ii'.Mi.r.ltvL'.i.l, .'i"..',-'^'; H^-'ili'i'm' 
....„,:d„ iu . ,,-,.,.■,, r„„l „..v.ir or l,-.,r t... yi.ur i!f!i..-, 
1.. ,l,~ mW.ln.-t.flri! mi.l l-.vS.liut; ^ it.l ti,.i ..-.[.T Ir.m 
.tm-u tdii ub y - it.- I-Mii-H I iiiy.'S-.l.ti... In, 

C1IAH. T. DA11KOW, S«n FrsodKO. 



THE CATARACT 

Washing- Machine 

AND WRINGER. 

Rubbing and Wringing Done Away! 

TII18 MACHINE 

IS 
REMARKABLE 

FOR THE 
FOLLOWING 

QUALITIES 
WHICH IT IS 
WARRANTED 
TO POSSESS: 

, ilnso the uncjt Laco Collar, or the 

largest Bed- Q nil t. 
II sudm Flannel, wllhonl .hrinklne thorn. 
IlJoer [..ilMotir lh» Ch ilbif ntvl nvi-t breaks a bolton. 



eanbyhand. 

Dosi Five Times, ao Yxst as Clnthss 



jouai g. its. 

IIO (aid number) Wuhlnirloii .Ireet. 




The British Reviews, 
Blackwood's Magazine, 

THE LONDON QUARTERLY (ConMrratiTB). 
1KB EDDSBUHGH RB7IEW (WbJgl. 
THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW (Free Church). 
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW (Liberal). 
BLAOKWOOD'B BDINBOBOH HAOAZINE iTory)- 



OAUTION. 



it for a SawUlll. 






1 HOUEaTEAD, WIT' 



fS 



GARDEN-EWfllHE FOR SALE, 



BUY ALL YOUR 

D I^-M ONDS 

OF 

T TJ C i£ IE H ! 



104 



TllB Oil IFOB N IA^FABMEB- 



Wboleaolo Prodaca Boport. 

,r««u lb. pri» p»ld by the d-ta to "■' T-" 



II aid H0«< "■! 
kHolonW. 

. Qet-ni.t- 



u though' 'bey ° onl,! p**™"* w l-iv-rpMl, s" Wn S 
.Utl.rm.rknt Tbo fe* honH of kirnce-ther 
.0 o™«..«.li T hive hid rv&Ally. bare b«o fell; 
proved. Tho ship* Zephyr lod Puojiub -o mi; 
1IM loialng belireen .hu-ors. TFo nolo lb. ebari 
lb. bits, BetiJ P.rlWh. lo l«* Whtit »d m> 
Loudon. Shippers show » dispMltion to reoue< 
pri oo ef What, eon »ow only offer 2o for el 
W d p.roelt. Wo in of lb. opinion, jndgms 
Iron tbo limited quantity or receipts that thlido 
i, not Iwkod opon firoritilj bj ear hmrf and t 



(Cum 



:■■■ lV,..- r.j-, p-rs »» 



San Frnnciseo Cattle KirlaL 

Bliir— Anuri™, lir:r.,ii..ln; !.■<■.:■■; M .r^lhy lc 
gSe; U gulil? """i Spanish, 111 quilltyie; =d 

'"vKAWnrst quality, Sc@6e. 
Hoes— Sioeh li.i S . U lu'L'e; hi Hogs un foot 3) lo 

Mrnoj-drw«d. 3c@6c, .ceofdtcj >° ooillrj. 
MlLCU lo»(— 111 qoal.ly S;i(^t10; Id quality 

Refill Pried al Wwhlnjrtm) l(«rlajt.-Jao- 1 

ArScbvkoi'.* -**»ooi ' 



I/. Ito't.v » s oes '.'- is 

d-tVopm-- .. f?B.. SS 






"£";w, 






.cffi«ii.."?B: 



handsome d»1i.«»-bow, n« J" »■»«»■» "- 
. .,, but Which fcrliMW* .tjl> WM 

This house is situated near (be landing; sin 
SOrffl wilb id .MSlM for bath-room, kitchen 
Sc the tljle sooohI." after tbo Italian- Goth l< 
villa i^iderKcs. Color of Iho bouse fir.o dot! 
ttonc, md Ml op from Iho ground aorno four feet 
i;nvt itao airy and graceful look. Tho manner o 
the-ontslaeBoIlb is unique in Kttlf ; tbo bonse li 
boarded Itsnglhwiae os usunl, over this light casinf 
cprlgbtlr, not tbo jnlnts covered with a ballet 
moulding, th p ,0 P bonrtl at cacb alor> " 1,n,,n S ' 
circular or Golbic bond, thus forming a hnndfiouH 
finish. By thus elevating the building, " Bno drj 
cellar ond sloro-room haj bean secured, at tbi 
samo lime the htaltk -fall (** *"™"" als0 Bocur " 
from Hut miuma nhrnrs produced beneath lb, 
floor, and aeni up into lha dwellings of those lbe-1 
rest on tbo ground. Loir booses resliug on 
stores nlso, ia the prevail- 



.r!l, :.' 



cfau 



( t.vliv- 



VIB, ond 


we hope It w 


11 bo looked Into. 






lling has be 


en erected 








la healtb a 


d coovenie 


neo, na w 


lug 




aol lusts am 


stjle. Th 










and lofly, I 


voire feet 


bifid 


Ihe cles 


with fiilur 


s for gai, t 


reokfasl- 


oom 


d closets 


amjik and 


oovcnient. 


nrge nod 


Ullj 














bould bo in 


every bous 


). From 


the 


p of ibe 1 


onso one of 


be finest pa 


norannc v 


H.i 




und miles 








roil 1 J on 


- of th« gm 


deal Tlews 














und a go 


d wood and 


coal cellar; 




ood 


rd, garde 


groondaad 


alible. Th 




aib 




bo had in d 






UUJ 


her items 


worthy of n 


tc, hot on 


cbject w 


41 tU 



,c of the fine; 
best dwelling bonses in Stockton, and hop. 
nploof donning dwellings «od girinfi I 
•octer and style will bo followed by many 
I ticrcifter build. This is an eiample wonby 
mitition. Tbc owner of this fair resident 
W"m. M.BnggSjSaq., of tbe firdi of Doggs 4 Gi 
sky, Lomber Jlerchauts, nnd bis work and I 



rill do 






F. Page, Esq., erected a very elegant residence 
r»r Ihe Female Institute of Dr. Collins, a large 
■.J tlcgiintly ii-.'ii[jnorl dwelling, linijbcd in per- 



TbB Futnro a' Towdb. 

e llnrysrillo Appeal, noder llm obovo hei 
nis sanie suggesiivc tbuughts upon Ibe pn 
■empornry dcoline and Tuturc prosperity of 
iver Iowob. Says Ihe Appeal : 
it a law of trade to grovimte more nnd 



erseir, nnd of 1 


IO vo 


v r 




atadei'tiny'toab 


.rl.il 


all 


She en 


















nats of the tall 












dn 




ne their folnro i 


rospe 


V 


rronndin 




of lr 




r.MW. ■ 1 


























ih. mnlliplinil 


nnnd 




r»vnn.:i 



fib and encouragement of a sralem of bom 
oraciqres. Tbe« new conditioos of prosper 
ire already developing themselves, and undo 
r inflaence the chief towna or Iho interior— in 
,iog Marysrillc, tb. third city in Oalifornla- 



f^rom Ibe F.nnor ol Deo. BO, lMLl 

How BaBlneaa Arronyement of tto Fa"^ 

For eight yenrs past we haTo gl«n onr cut 

time, day nod night, summer nnd winter, rein 

shine, lo the duties of Our profession, until 

tinned hnmnn strcngib woutd not endore H- 
hare borno Iho entire care of the Editorial dnpi 
Dienl, wltb the solcotioo of nil other matter; 
have been onr own bookkeeper, collector, tra' 

pondence; beside these doliea wo bnvoennvns 

forma, gnrdena, and vineyards, and nil the mi 
mailers connected with onr enterprise as far as it 
was possible, and often beyond our atrongtb. 
Such, however, has been Iho accu mil lotion of du- 
ties ond cares, and now so constantly Increasing, 
lhai no found it would bo rninous to onr healtb 
n „d life ir lunger continued. We have found, 
also, thai the increase of dollea was such that we 
„t,i „li.„ 0,-lnjed and hindered in onr olnns, n? 
itwasbyfn 



, towlit-.-. 



self fi 



nf tbo». 



mod of li 



and thna relieve os or great en ro 
and laborious duties, su that wo cao boat more 

leisure i" ii.it ..II our iVi.n.l- fir nnd near. Our 
.|„I,M, hoirfW, "ill mill demand or us thnt wo 
L .[,,.ll in lime visiH ?.>li.:il 1 1»- ind ""■! t.i.-.|.(-r,vli.,n 
nf, ill our rrii'uiia unJ Hie tYwii uf Hit i-miic, nnd 
h.cmn mnri. ii n i.>, nid h-Liiir > ii.il. ltd to he away 
ollitt iv.: hope lo do it more effec- 



uolly. 



o from tbo Edit* 



ftbis long period, am 
crease Ihe interest am 
i have its appearance, 
ally improved with e> 



room Mr. P. 
; he will also 



AnniccLToasL Waeiu 



& Hewlett's of Stockton. Tbil Gr 
best facilities in the Old States for 
ttaej can always do well by their 
is no establishment in Sun Jonqi 
con cqonl them for auppli 



supplies of Im- 
nf Messrs, Jones 



lounly tl 
sal is fuel ion tot 



An Rxr cm esi 
i; familiar Willi tbi 



Sins, who understands the I 









genilemie in Chicago 
'*'■'■ ■ I' - iro . 
veollon. and itrotoi-lli 



■HI. avreallby 

■• u^'lnlin- 



S3- DON'T KBAD THIS. -ffij 
Pdlu.— As we hove said much In favor of 
aterial for Bedding, nnd idvocated the fa- 
il Jed with Fulu.snehns very eoarao wool, 
nois, ond old substances, and by sneb mcana 
ng disrepute opon Ibe "Real Puln." Fncls 
:omo to onr notice of such things, and wo 
iggeii on< nay by which all purchasers can 
cof getting Iho "Real Simon Pure Pulu:" 
Schreibor, tbo Original Importor— It is foi 
leresl to eell only the Pore Article. 
accumulated evidence that has boon recelvec 
by Mr, Schrieber frnm old sea-captains and munj 
r persona aOlleted with Ithnmali™, the net. 
Pew li a true remedy for this tersible suffer 



Amoricsn Ewes Wanted. 

w«nusl loiioedlMiely. If c ™dol wtlh Bom-uoW 

Hie hi no for Ma kin it -Wine. 
&■ Se^nil V^aiblo MACHINES for WINE 



FAMILY MARKETING. 
Stall No. 1, Washington Market, 



FARM STOCK, &°- 



Splendid J3iiclfs ! 

crystaiTpalace ! 



Well Bred Stock For Sale, 

HAVING A LARGE BRGEDISG STOCK OF 

SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, 

SOUTHDOWN SHEEP, 
TH0H0TJ0E-BB3D TEOTTIHB HOUSES, 

....AT...- 

" WOODBURN FARM," 

Those, dwlroos or parchmlng, ein b» supplied nt am 
Aiso — Afow 

Aldcrncy anil AyrBlilrc fame. 

It. AITCHBSOM AbBXASDEJll, 

vll^l Surlxs; Htatliui, IVoodfonl Comity, Kj. 



—^m Full-Iilood Merino Slioep. 

PC Ponon. alshlnc Fnll-hlwd Merino Sheep col 

" ■ " ■eear.i n f --..-.l l.:.rj..i-] l»r :i|'|.lvm; ... u-. I): 
oiler or iWRonnlly. a-, wo have nine of verj eltr, 



ESTABLISHED 1SBO. 

A. Q- E N C Y 

OF THE 

Mission Woolen Mills 



FAMILY BLANKETS, all Wool, superior ou=llty; 
MACKIttAV.- " " 

GHAY " " 

GOLDtN STATr ill'lirn l,0Nn--llAtVL9, nil Wool, will 

plila or prndaan-d border*; 
TWEEDS, doabloitia daclo width, UltVc*l.»nd ilalnible 



TO in^.IM>IE:XtS ! 

rpHE UNDERSIGNED ARE 

PREPARED TO MAKE ADVANCES 

Consignments of approved Produce 

TO TUEIH 

FRIENDS IN LIVERPOOL, 
OS TEBY FAVORABLE TERMS. 

WILL BE FURMIBHED OH APPLL 



Better than Preston & Merrill's 

-A^t Less Prices 1 

BOAB-DMAiNT'S 

O H A It li B N G- B 

Yeast Powder, 

FULLY GUARANTEED. 

r, tub m 
ruitMED. 

"J.d.v 



Simpln of Or lie. 



tbo Sine can be k 



!, tbc purest, drjest nod b 



■avitig tbc toll. These mills ire fnr sale 
■ irehooie of Messrs. Greene, Heath & Alien 
rontstrecl, neir Jaekion. Ther ore the boat 



FrullH ana Ve&alabltin, 

" BUDmNGTOPTSr" 

«0. 1, •Vlllhil.UK>>> ".lai l.lL-t, 

Iffl-Prnit and Produce Eeoeivde and Bold 
ON COMMISSION. 



WOOL-GBOWERS 

OF CALIFORNIA. 

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n.f-'"ii*-'^,"."| , V""'.'' r '*, i . 11 "" '""'" "° vv '«''«Ml«iwd to 
Aoj lnfom.nV.i ur'refn^o'^l'he t™£»jj;jl™. 



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PEARLS 



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a OLABSEa lur Udlc. 



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■ndHwfe^lUe^^o'onhi"^^ 

foril n ,„ lIoUl ,X^d| nc °I )uQ °"^ on b K'" ll " ,,| e 

hirgaln,V oUllnr: it thl. Oflieo, w ho" "| eaa bV,« B 

BUY ALL YOUR 

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OF 

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10 C°nie r .,tl!Kr.iniealu fJ .lLdde»lonl H rw , 



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Fnr fa rtbeT parti eel *ra Inijnlre Bill 



COLEMAN'S LINE, 

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CLIPPER SHIFsT^ 

Tosmll regulorl* from San Fmnclstoto Nob York, (■ 
BK prepared to offer nnmuil racillilo u, 

Shippers of California Produce. 

Qaods from tbo Inloriar, Bad from other Parts, ufll [.. 
ied and forwarded. Free of Commiraloo. 

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TOE SUESCBIBEHS HAVE THE PLEASURE OF 

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thai ther hare boon honored by the Committal 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE 

First Premium 
UNRIVALED _AXLE-GREASE, 

S. P. BAY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY j 

Have. An anted thorn their 
it however gratifying to tho advertisers to have their 

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tbas distinguished, it if with gronter pride tbcj slab) 
tho fact that (n^withjlnniinc Iho ovorwholminc Impor- 
Mlloa uf an oilblo fn.ro Ihe E.i.t. n.-«umin^ their tills), 
the ilemcod lor their SOW POPULAR 

II k I AXLE-GREASE 
HAS MORE TBAS DOUBLED DURLVG THB 

PRESENT SSASOS. 
Andnhlllt tho Man of.iclurorri filer their grateful thinks 

toilllhojo Friends to 

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bos; to say thai do ,.ains will bo (pare! in falura 



THE BEST AND CHEAPEST 

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FOR WHEEL-CARRIAGES, BTO., 
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TED AT THE 3ANTA ROSA AND ALABEDA 
■'"irj'menTod' 'SSrywiirara *"&•! ft B°S T CIlSlRH 



Sngar-bcct Seed. 

1 M TNV0IC8 OF FBENOB SCOAR-HEET S 
*- Apjily it Office of Fin 



"W OOLI 

Pnrchated at the Highest Market Bat<t> 



OALIFORMIA E-A^RTiirEB- 

LiHt of AgontS. 
[Odb Snuoamiai can sand In.™ or nv suit, ssfdT- 
Roatstor It Iho P0.t-om», and tho uwnov wUleonjo din*i 
and son. ] 

*■ "; JViiantu n™o*(j», 






Advertisers 

eopy of the FARMER wllh Ihb ptrspn* 




VOLUME XVI. 



SAN FRANCISCO, 



CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1863. 



NUMBER 1*- 



% ©alitoia pawn. 

AXD JOURNAL OF USBFOL SCfE.VCEJ. 
OOLOSEL WAHHBK, Bailor. 



iKribwt,dt!lnTB]liy« 



tt CALIFORNIA FARMER, 



PERUVIAN SHEEP, 
g Idonm, Alpaca. Vlonnia, ana Hnanaco. 



(Itwillbc recollected by many of i 

liai Governor Biglcr (whose loiter npo; 

' onditsspeeieswenowpresentjdariog 



.hMi'.i 



t t'bili, bns 



! beet 



i the Linn 
his sojouri 
watchful o 



..eats or Cnlifoi 

■poured ia the Fauikb npun the LLoroi 
nod upon the cultnro of the Alfalfa, will 
We now present a very imporlai 

ig letter from Governor Bigler, * 
hope will call at 



i bat during ft conversation which I 
I 'with Sonor Mnlgar, tbo Minister of 
alious of the Tlcpnblic of Pern, ft gen- 
-Informed on the Bnbject, ho ciprossed 
that the wnnl of Llama would, in the 
9 districts of California, very soon 
fineness and volue, at least ten per 
s been said that the Llama, whco en- 
d spit, and that tbcsnliva is poisonous, 



a of which is 



f iho Got 



of Alpacas, and os many of Vieunin. 

The Alpaca is the smallest of the four varii 
Peruvian sheep. Its body resembles the ih 
itb the head and neck of the Llama. The V 
a, although smaller lo body, head and neck, 
. said to differ none in form from the Lh 
FreseoH, thi 



of the 






e Lloi 



and Hnanaco, arcs not uofroquc 

Cordilleras, whore no other livin 
seen, sava the Condor, the huge b 
whose brood pinions bear him 
phere to the height of more Ihi 
and feet ahoro the level of the set 
i, Alpoo 



1 am indebted 

,, Alpaca, Vi 
ucntlr seen i 

ages of tbe 



thing has hei 



1 of tbe . 
in the i 






will le 



o theii 



-for 11 



puri-^ 
mns.] 



BsnoK P*aaia : But for pressing engagement! 
Which -.vcrc greatly increased hy tbe recent flood: 
(■would ere this have complied with your requci 
and prepored a brlornolice of the Llama (of whic 
I brought r. male and female from Pern), the A 

Of the fonr varieties of sheep above name 
itt represents the Llama as the one mo 

lie awl- This may he troe as to the Alpaca ni 

. Tbo Llama, Alpaca and Ytcunta are n 
id io the country sooth of the deserter Alt 
ia, which forms the bouodory III 



Chile i 



for its tlcshand skin, i 



i, tbo 
t Cordillera: 



rgest ' 



IttXlBJ 

ifueionl sustenance 
rasa, which is foond ; 
;dgo or the Cordillera 
outhern limits of Pot: 
The Llama, Alpaca, 



i the IVm, ft Epecii 
altered nil along the | 
from the Equator ti 
gonia." 
ad Vieunia, whether 



g orchards for common 



r of ponnds shipped to Eoe. 
uld bo yearly sold nt tbe prlci 
At Ielay, aod other ports si 
iol of the Alpaca sells readily 
English ondJrenchmaoafacU 
cent? per pound. The wool 
slill more, commanding i 
I 85 cents per pound. 



SngBestldos CoDCornlae; Fruit Calture. 

Is the Transnclioas oftbo San Juaqnin Agricu 
ural Society, wo find an article from Messrs. Wt 
: Brother who ore located nonr Stockton, at 
rere successful exhibitors al the late Fair. Tl 
lotemenls oro the result of their experience, tic 
if value to our renders. They say: 

We bote been reqocstcd to make a report npo 
'our modes of fruit culture, with suggestions 
elnlive thereto." 



instance: the Mndcl 
J.ipe; it is followed 
md It by others, on 



r better to bnv 
an kind, thon o 
plant for the! 



iv the Dearborn's Scot 
.1 the Easter Beurro, t 
Tho fled . 



usk-finv 



red grape, 



,jai Xmadint.— A sma 
n color, and showy bunches. 
UU i\7«.— A showy grape, and esteemed by 
as a handsome table grape, 
cry Catalogues thei 



1 i 1,01V 



i, hulthe;. 



ir pra- 



.u table. 



o Newtown Pippii 
rear. A little car. 

by and by. Mnn : 
arge fruit, no mat 



The ton 



llli: ;■ 



We did 



I, that 






.,.1 irric-.iu 
ligation i 



Out o|iiui' 

larger range, they may do better without water 
Almost any viirii'iy of ptncli will Jo well oo prop. 

Tli- [...llowinp- ir-, free from lh 
ford's Early; Myers Rareripe; 



Km get 1 : 






be banted or killed by tbe peasants or In- 
f tbo country. They are protected by 
severe as those enacted for the security af 
cattle and mules, which are postured upon 



-ing tho I 



if the Incus, tt 



Urge bodi 

ter of a point filed for the purr 
mols captured, the coarser kinds 
their ski 



n our clayey soil tbey are perfectly 
a planted two nr three years, tbey 
They oro subject to no blight or 
ic only objection is, they produce 



s, the CaUicba, tho liaiclla, 
, and tho Jirbitca, will oil 
first two nro the Longworth 



s tho h 



* 



:fy, and. thai kuoi 
dso and 

ind th( 



the Royal 
no all the 

, and will soon bo 



"Now Product! o as' '-Ra pa-S ae a-lnqulriea. 



ns ft crop. Wo hava several van 
shell whiob promise well. The 
produced by Mr. W. P. Miller, of 



blight and insect mv^t;, i 
nrds frequently hen ring n g 



i thin slict 



erted 



■poses ; their 
ind distributed among 

which generally nnra- 



oir, is used ns a rug, a 
of sofas in tbo parlors nf the 
is before remarked, tbe Eu 



aural color of tho 
d is placed in front 
wealthy. In Chile, 






eru and Bolivia, tl 
mrden, aod Is as u 
ties named as the < 
of Arabia. ( 
I young tv" 



Tbey will safely corry one bnndred ponnds ov 
roads too dangerous for the mole or an, tnnkl 
&om fifteen to twenty miles per day. Tbey B 
osed for carryiag silver from the miues of t 
anted to La Pu, Lima, and the ports 
tbe Pacific. The Indian drivers carry whips, h 
seldom 
re the 



.0 escape and ngniu ri'sn- 
aonntains. The wool tt 
1 in the Hoyal Magaiin 

■ (that of tho Llama) \ 



t for t 



ir Iho fine fabric of tl 



io but an /nro ncllt c 
iVIcnnia." 



of this low. 
Before lei 
that plot 



rsend them out or cither counti 
usoot nf Government. In both 
is the penalty inflicted for 



j Early Catherine, pr( 
;ing, hardy, productive, 
ow July 1st to August 



:ar of WinkGeld. 
iVe have over one hundred v 
m very good, some worthless 
i nil good prorlucii'.'i; kinds, ii 



Hnvodonovcry well this year; frei 
ew. We do not irrigate nfter the firs 
ines planted last year have produc 



It has been 
coniferous tre 
climate and si 

only rec 

Ti,.-,- it,, n 
thrifty 



juld not thri. 
ayey soil, bol 



i. i-spetia I li- 
ft great 



growth thon 
Arbor Vltte, Pioe and Cypress. T 
Io Is to raise them from seed, at 
through tho first and second yci 

jecoiflu Strong and Lardy. .mJ jjn 

ill he plenty and cheap, so th 



i which you 



;m'nn in Alameda connty I think, who proposed 
. sow twenty acres with this Seed, t would lika 
. hear how ho succeeded. Is it your opinion that 

can he made o profitable crop, to rolse tbe Seed 

r Oil? Is the Oil manufactured in ft similar 
.unncr ns Oil from Flai-seed ? By answering 
i many nf the above Inquiries in your valuable 
jurool, as you see proper, you will confer a favor 
a your most obedient aervont A ScnSOEiBEB. 

Is reply to onr Correspondent, we would scy r 
•c think there can bo no question that BapB 

ould be ft profitable crop in this State to raise 
ir its oil. It is also hold to bo of grout vnlno 
wbero it is cultivated) for feeding cottle and 
hcep, and for tl 



ially 



inches. 



Tho 



cake nfter tho nil Is 



Rape plant, and would beht 
formation possible. There 
iho plant, some of which ot 
" oly in Floodera, wher 
valuable crop. It is 
hardy plant, nnd "with fait 



.0 voles 



i animals to 
re trouble to the dri 
in which cose they will lie dc 
, .onlil relieved Of port ot the! 
perform the doy6' travel abo 
opon the moss and stunted 1 
to scantily along tbe rugged 
Like the camel, the stn 

Mr [or days, and oven a wee' 
of the Llama is Epongy^rme 
Which enables It Id take set 



! 



and movements os never to get In 
disorder. Tho load Is laid npon tl 
TFithout girth or saddle, aod, i 
■wool, rests securely even lu asc 
scending tho steeps nf the Andes. 
Of the bead and neck, fts they pa 
crmgs," sayB Lieut. Gibbons, "mo; 



tated'-'subsi 

ops of the An 
to of tho Lit 
to do without 

o time. The hoof 
ilho claw or tali 

hold, and rendi 



f In their ttcps 

e Llama's back 
abedded In the 
mdlag and de- 
"The motions 



ing Arlca, I was told by the natives 


"■'■'/,'.,','. 




, that the Llamas then under my care 


We ci 


llvate thirty 


oto see California— that tbe heat of 


arc So. 1 


n' nd i? ; 



. olio assured that they hod id 



very well Informed i 

tho Llnran, nnd tho Llama ft 
led to me, with tho r> 



■ the Indian," was 
nark added, that 
wooldprnsper in 
of ooy other rac 



satisfy n 



lo d peculiar 



.s for other 



>Vi>lon will da as n 
mesticited animals. 

I have caused the pair or Llamas, which 1 
loght witli me, to bo well cared Tor ond fed, 
o lively and in a ranch bet- 



■lilion ii 



n-try n-.-pve: 



ard of tl 



iteomer 1 fed them with green nnd dried Alfalfa, 
ud since in California, tbey have received 
onthny, of which tbey appear to be very fond, 
md which appears to agree well with thorn. 
Tbo Llama, Alpaca, and Vlcnnia, are st 
once every year. Tho fleece of ooo Aipact 
exceed In weight tho fleeces of two fair-sited Mer- 
ino sheep. The fleece of tbe Llamn, ntlbouf 
so fine or valuable as that of tbo Alpaca, will 



own the line, si 
i0 on nil throng 

, throwing I'.r 



t time, and the wntcrlng another year, m< 
ounterlmlunccs the original cost of Yin 
he land is prepared and staked off, a gc 
men will dig the holes and plant six hi 

t hove done much better than over befo 

trees got age, they bold their fruit mi 

We do not Irrigate nfter tbe first yi 



nuny olbeis, very beaollful. 

7hat Orapea Shall I Plant ? 

canllaaally inquired of "What Grapes 
tot ? and therefore re-publisb what wi 
nunry lost. It is always Impnrtnnl thai 

.vol grapes for tho tails or for tome mak- 

rcwltb furnish what we esteem some o 
ksowa for each nso, and wo can plocc 
■i in the way of finding the very choicest 



fortl 



it of o 



t suppose is also 



arj in regard to the 
,y to furnish any in- 
s several varieties of 

it is regarded ns o. 
i escribed as ft Tery 

catment never fails 
■ Correspondent in 

suit of bis experiment. 



a tlie TTI1W 



Plant Orchnrda and Vineyards o 
and Mountains, 
v is tbo time for those who have kijK land to 
Into n state of preparation for fnturo Or- 
■ and Vineyards. The long-continued rains 
will prove of immense voluo to owners of high 
and tbey BUould oot lose ft moment in pnt- 
'lows to work. As soon ns ft little good 



■ 5 lull . 









work. Plow only 
day, nnd.the earth will turn ot 
Piow deep — re-plow, mid i 
earth — it will well repay nil tho 
Let overy ncre of high lend that cau possibly ho 
prepared, be done this year. Plow now, and plnnt 
with mtal, nr some good crop i rnnko everything 
tell, for muoh will he Inst upon low lands. Plant 
Orchards nnd plant Vineyards an high ground— 
tuoy will poy- Look well to tbe quantity and va- 
riety of tho fruits you plant. Buy of rcliablo 



11 will I 



well. 



unl It In ii 



f tho 



n- co lor, and i 



Fill I iim. 



r,: tolly v 



< localities,- also, no mil 
iled with a blight Ir 
ably by the hot sua. W 



acbed t- 



keeper. The Llsrno bns a heavy fleece < 
which Is highly priied by the Indians of 

Bolivia, nnd from which tbey manufac- i 

trie cloth tn protect them against the ! 

ihle than that produced by tbe Alpaca i 



i tho wool nf tbe VI- 



te length of staple of that or the Alpoct 
t also careful in my Inquiries as to tbe price 
demand for the wool of the animals above- 



Pippin; Rambo; Golden FUssc! ; Bil.iwin, i r- 
.lii.u... lint drop their Truil and do not kes; 
lit, ,...[,■ I .land (ireeDlng, productive, hut drop the 
frail and do aotkeep. 

Wiutrr To rid i«.— Wagoner ; Newtown Pippit 
Winesap; Winter Penrmoln. 



una Hamburg A large black grape, larger 

than tbe Old Hamburg, plump berry, very large 
hunches, and very fine clusters. 

Dlsxek St. Ptttr'i.—A very black grape, long, 
handsome clusters, nnd ft sweet rich grope; very 
showy bunches. 

Jfujwl o/ .dtanflifria.— Oreamy white, lorgo 
clusters ; one of the best and most delkinn- lalik- 
grapes known. 

Oranon Hall llaieal. —Large splendid berries 
,nd clusters, making a grand desert fruit. 

Yioltt Ohaucliu.— Showy, rich, fine clusters; 
So. 1. 

»*<jfei!i'fi(.— Palo white; clusters thin, but long 
and showy, often two and three feel long, when 
grown under glass. 

rig Black July.— A compact cluster, fineberry, 
juicy aod sweet. This variety has ft fine bloom. 
l showy desert fruit. 

Grisly Fran tign en, — Largo berries, bunches 
howy, berries reddish tinge; fine showy table 
mil, mask flavor. 
To these may be added: 
Chautlat of _Fonlotn»S((flU.— While ; a medium 
;ropc, somewhat ehnwy. 



A Oist to GjinnEKEBS.— As our hous 
ens arc always, more or less, infested i 
t la sotlsfftctory to know thot bominc 
utllclently well known ns n detcrgen 









doubtable insect-; 
ilder, slug, en tor] 
loco sprinkled i 



atcd, s 



nsphyilt 



cetle, 



-[London Ohra 



i of tbe potent 
1 with this ap- 
dles of insects 



A VabSISU ron 1»«n Wont.— To make n g 
black varnish fnr iron work, take eight pnund: 
usphnltom, and fuse it in nn iron kettle, then 
five gallons of liateed-oil, ooo pouod of lltha 
one-half pound sulphate of ilaa (add IhesDolo 

Ihree hours. Now add ouc and a half pounds of. 1 
dark gum-atubcr, and boil tor two hours longer, f" 
untll the mi:: will I. tt.r.:- ■ m 1 1 ■- thick when coot, 
after which It should bo ttilnasd With spirits of. I 
turpentine to duo eonsistoocy. 






106 



^tttt. HALTFOR jST I A -F A- BMji^ 



Cultivation of tho Cranberry. 
Is the F_.ni.in. of the 2Ttb nil, wo published 
article on Cranberry cuHir.lion, but referrine; 
more particularly to location, soil and mode of 
preparation for planting.. Wecodttnneilic.ubi.-ci 
B9 to olbcr rartiealM*, ris given b T Stis.wnod. 

It i. p^iblo that anT-endlng cultivator (says 
Eastwood) may bare the advantage of locution 



fruitful rfnn 
attempt 






it of the first 
rminingupon 
DukEne n trial, it is necessary tbat tho Ineipa- 
rlcaccd should 1""« *">« ^owI^B" of > n0 P |M,S 
which be is alioot to purchase, or he sbi 
Implicit confidence ii 



The cranberry Ti 
csnl- looking plant, 
cties is eo hard lo 1 



D frnm whom bo 

b a simple, ioiienia- 

ilshed, that this fact 
,r tho otter failure or 

o7 rhViMt*ap«ri«ieri hare beet, misled and th- 
ccived by Ino appearance of the vine: then, we 
cannot wonder „l the he^oner ...iTcring Inss. 

In some cases the vine will bo planted in the 
fall and at sueb tiroes they are purchased moil 
probably immediately before selling out. Of 
course, the lear will be eiamincd, and the color 
aud Btreogtb of the spears aulieed. If tbe pur- 
chaser relies upon Iho green appearance of the 
Tine os an indication of its fruitfulncss, be may 
be deceived, nod regret that be allowed himself 
to be misled by such a sign. But the ipriog is 

season for plnntlng ; and in sneh case the location 
could bo selected and prepared in the course of 
the wioter. The flfoJUy Ras is meant to be un- 
derstood as that which is the most fruitful; for 
there is a Tine which is barren, and that It de- 
scribed as the Vbhcidlhg Fine. The Healthy Vine 
presents an appearance of greenish brown on the 
liif. tbe spears aud runners are fine and thin, re- 
markable for their wiry natn: 



II. .u] : 



tufted groups of spears in their process oi 
The Unhealthy Vine appears altogether 
nod stronger, nod hence from this peculin 
■reap! lo be mistaken. A grower gin 
pcricoco thns : "Tbe barren vines lonked 
bud more bushy leaves, and stronger 01 
spears than those which produced the m 
1 felt confident from their appiarana I 



The healthy vine, bj soma cultivators, is etau 
to bo of medium thickness, or strength of spen 
sad bush) leaves. All the barren tines which r 
have eiomiued are stouter than tho yielding one 



i that of a 
•which lb> 



with a 



In th> 



step to be taken is, cilber to construct a drain c 
ditch, by which to draw off tbe water from ll 

or irregular, you most endeavor to make It moi 
level. It is nut an uncommon practice with sod 
growers, lo make their patches flat, but this 



construction i 



o disn 



o Inc 



s rapidly, and has rarely bi 

5g, the vine is cut op into c. 



IE Of It 



of the i 
.tting, Ii 



Broaden 






(attic 


ent 


hand, is dl 




mliii,. l!,c 












III- 


































the 














>r r 


jng 


in drills, h 


no pr 
litis 




r..f 


,f,!n 



,s best lo flood, when 
well to drain off tin 
as the wnicr prevent. 

. vine is a hardy plant 



ra early in Ibo spring, 



Planting Ponx-TreoB. 

e copy an article on this subject, by a writer 
n Eastern periodical. He says: From tho ci- 
;nce of those who have planted pear-trees on 
iteuded scale, and have been most successful, 
earn that a thorough prepnralion of tbe 



iur.il 



allow 1 



ii be made a profitable business. 
On clay lands, nn dec-draining previous toplant- 
.g tho tret), is the first step toward. nncODpliah- 

ts a thorough surface and sub-soil plowing. This 
ln'.l <.i.,:r..<i-.n unv I. 1 - rqi-.-U-d .■. ill] ;iroGt three or 
four limes, and will comprcsate fully for the extra 
labor occasioned. Lund that will produce sixty to 
seventy bushels of corn to thn acre, prepared in 
the nay described, will give satisfactory returns 

tain the tree in a healthy condition. When wo 
see a pear-tree heavily laden with fruit, aud with 
no new wood, it is fair to suppose tbe tree is not 
in a healthy state, which is proved by the fact 
that this overbearing brings on premamrc il.aili. 
It is frequently the case that persons arc willing 
to condemn dwarf-pears __s unprofitable and short- 
en tbe part of the owners, by negltcl in |>t<iriiling 
the necessary food, bod pruning, and allowing the 



of It 



n being preferred by most 
cultivators. The sand on the edges of the pond 
can be carted ot wheeled to the center, and the 
patch raked over, giving it that degree of sloping 
which will carry off the cold spring water. The 
object, in inch a situation as this, or making a 

vines "flowed" in the winter, tbat "flowing" mrjsi 
in tbe _.i-nmi.r be ^evented : the drain Jnti il.i- 
eflectually. 

Swamps or bogs generally involve more labor 

off. Second! r, the top turf ought 10 be removed 
o should then be covered 



lartb, 
face aud sub-soil 

.mriliilu-.l. Til 
ar as we have i 
iglilby ten foe 
idards. Iarei 
keep the t 



itfou 



which In i 





off the 


swnr. 


and e. 


sand, 
and a 


This 1 


""a" 


ffl'Jni 
















Dieted 
keepo 








tlbec 


Mile. 




The 


cranberry vi 


ecan 



lli.jrinif.liU pi 

re field like 
, and If the 

ii ;■■■!.!■ 

.■pror,,T,]i.( 
-.rni! lf.„, 



fill-i] tonililiof. 
tho proper wn 
..rp; ....It., fill,. 



depth tin: i 
it with b 



■dust, super-pbosphat 

lo Inking the trees from norjeryrows.lbcgrea 

e trees that die the first year after planting, ai 
ist from inluriea receirpd In nnini hm... !.•■.■. i 
tbenu 



dryai 



r pit 



High worked trees are nl 
larket. On those high worked 
i pear-stock j_ planted 



i Rotaa Pino Ciopa of Whenfc 



ave winters of frost n 


d snow (which wo 


have much or in our w 


heat- growing local i- 


1 is Ibo season of the 

c it, I will tell you my 
1 don't calculate to 
(pare llio soil for. Pin 
e years; plow iiboui 


yearwheu prepara- 
itfihTd. la tbe first 
.land manure once 
on Inchel deep, If 
t the same In wldtb, 


ctian of the frost du 
«orae lorneu-'aa. compae 


per day. It is very 
wed in the fall, that 

nfl the winter and 
I stirred by the pluK 
bt/ort lilt wAoil « 



Sow as early In the spring n 
Prepare the seed by washing 



enty-f 






itity from twen 
:ro to the figur 

t bettor; m. 



The motto is, "Soi 

ure well, and got more." SI. C. 

How would this plan do in California? Ob- 
:rvo what he puts forth as very essential, that 
the whole soli stirred by tho plow may become 

limo for washing. 



,,. i- friforlh 



FIoi Co. 

Th.,1 lr 



he facts in reg; 
ality, and to cc 
.any." The pn 
may be gnlben 



n farm 



ejhau sling crop, and 
of keeping the land c! 
and is a good crop to si 

""flcr 'hearing the r 



i I Inn 



on. S. B. Ruggles, and Jlr. Ti 

jck, and other disiingnished gentler 

.at it is tbe opiak.ii uf llii.-i iut^-1 ini; 
Aimritim Klux Company" will be obi 
ire all they want at £8 per tun, and the 



x seed be hrnugb 
i olbcr arrange n 
he enterprise. 



lion of Ihe 
glon Hunt, 
, of Black 



tbe steamer Cristlann, for the pn 
ig whol effect tba high water hi 
, and of seeing the location nl high 
.« found that all tho lands, comu 



of proper bos 
water. The I 
beyond anyth 



;re high and dry a 
i and oue-half fee 
.would be snDlelcr: 



a height, 

On 



n ibis 



Hood. Thui 
condition for beef, 
party returned full 



oved from lb 
the soil in which it bes been cultivated, or from 
its native Ewanjp, eilber In Ibo spring or fall of Ibe 
year. Experiment has proved that tho vine can 
be taken ep and have all the soil taken from Us 
roots, be packed in barrels, and forwarded to ony 
part of tho conntry without being Injured: yet 
all cultivator! prefer to plant their vines in. 
diately after removal. It |, admitted by most 
tivalors of tho cranberry that in tba absenc 
ability to "fluod the patch" In tbe winter ih, 
is better to plant In the spring than the fall, 
canso those vines set oat in the fill -|,i r |, nr l 



: the oldest plan, bot 
brought wilb the tor 
ic most successful gn 



si, iutn spread out ibe spears or . 
y Ihem In tbe soil, but being car 
if the earth tho ends or tips of tl 
loers. From tach of tho latter 



e may sunt, a pateh planted | II 



nrfoee. Th 


■■ Kill in 


ire the earlvb 


ir'in- 


Imr' 












o tbe pear. 
















































"""■' "'""" 


often \l 


eenngs and th 


wings. 






















tbe lm| 












,1.1:,; 






i^ l 'i r : 


emedy tbe evl 




™" 


„' 1 !:I|,I|M 


tree Is 




St year 


If a 






work is needed 


afterw 


rd. 



ExMooa PontM—Searly .evenly or Mr. 

clever ponies, warranted to be 

like deer on Ibo Eitooor Bills," were offen 

dy the railroad elation at Readiti 

.11 age,, about 

tho herd 
rev if,,, i. Ij 





Ii, 111.' Iiivli,.,, ...i.,. I., ii,,, 




attDiuHta.ptaaF.lt. X 






imer. Lately, Mr k„i,, r i 


ught up bis own lot of Ex 




H4 each, eicht at ever jc « 










e aid of the thoroughbred s 



i a band of ISO or 200 head of cat. 

g, apparently unconscious of onj 

mmcr arc in splcndi< 

,ost skeptical of tbi 

ccd Ibut tbcie Inndi 

they will bo lb, 



jfeH iaf jtjiartmm l. 

The Iiadioa' Flower GnrclBn. 

.side from the intrinsic beouly of flowers, and 
graceful, refined air Imparted to dwellings by 
ir presence and neigbborboml-ndvaniages loo 



ry dwellers (and few others, I suppose, read our 
,g,icultural papers, though they thus lose Inforin- 
ilioa I should bo sorry to forego), the cuUivntiun 
if flowers as a means of health. 

English people who come here, and tourist* gen- 
erally while tbey allow that the earlylypo of wo- 
rmnhood in America is usually beautiful, they 
nment that thai beauty is an fleeting and evanes- 
■cnt. It is said that "whilo English ladles, from 



lo fifty, and 



sixty, i 
.nly bea 



Ten Reaoons wliy osery Fnnnor and 8 took 
Roiacr Buoulfl toko tbo CaliforQln Fanner. 
St. Evany Farmer and Stock-rniscr should h* t 

render of the Journal connected with thn inler. 

ests of his own profession in bis own Stale. 
d. Every such person should give his ssnclion 

and support, generously and voluntarily, | t 

Journal [hut advances bis own [.articular hoi|. 

3d. Every such person is brn>fiU'l by the pnbli- 

itlon ofeueh a Journal, and ia In justice bonnj 

reciprocate such labors. 

4tb. Ko person engaged in theso omploymniti 

can be without puch a Journal wilhont lbel w . 

of many limes its coat annually. 

th. The Farmer nnd Stock-ralsur will alwiji 

of information so ii 

Ih. The C.ibirousiA Fai.mh. has faithfully »j Vfc 
cated the best interests nfibo Farmer ..ud Swcfc. 
nitrt-r fur eijibl year.!, arid is the o.ilv Aouicn. 



led go I! 



■lions), it 



inly behooves us 10 look about and see if tbe 
is chargenblo upon the dryness of our cli- 
as compered «itl. tbe houiidity of England 

. eating of fresh Instead of stair ' 



o the i 



it the 



ail j- life of 



sequences, si 


ee climatologielo on 


1 physiologists 






nag leal effects 


of a plenum 1 






the fields ni 








upon my Own depre. 


sod spirits and 






it the acknow- 




Icprcclatlbn oi fcrnini 






























ost need is air— nbu 




doHerutedi 
tbat we find 


Not taken in th,. hon 
within the four (vol 


'TouTdtdl- 




off from tho outer wc 




ml c,.|lir.i;a 


d windows— contn.ni 


BW i b I °- U ^ 



l.,..tl.lp-. '.' 
ll... lorm. 
ihiiiblk-fi, 



though they i 



nl l,;ip|i.v 111" 

Hill i., 11,(1, 

,,..!■, ...II .. 


in spi 


eel pip 
iltiply .v 

fin- do, 


ijqenl prel.l 


illy nn 


cay. A 



jht and more unfailing 
jlauil, ..here tbe physl 
i- ,-,,n-idtr..-,l Ir.r.lh-, if 
clncliori; nnd where 
.nlicrnale wilb shortei 
, the latlcrnre dropped, 

I through life. It is, 
fact that there uro, w t 
specimens of the .;cm. 
sound bodies"— in thai 
In the world, 
t-of-door life in tho sin- 
■ language no word sig- 

llicv ti.lie in aloi.g with 
igbnlonc 

,.|l|..-lv fol 

] and cnu 
,n to Flor 



it that prolonged dally walks, 
- be equally advantageous to 
it somehow does not compnrt 
our matter-of-fact people' - " 



,. Then 






re cot within reach of 
and"a "vrnlK fur nothing," to a lady already 
I wilb household cares' and duties, Is not 

.vhile a llower-gnrdeu at ibe door, arn 

> attainable at' nil times, even in thn early 
;, and directly after a shower. Tb~'*- 



.tisfy a 



.irfielic . 



a the 



This 



Li- l.i.. r 



since considered 

how signs of cultivation. Houses have been 

tho Jluquelumno, by W. It. Norman, Joseph 
rs. Lyons and Beaumont, A. G. Kim- 
ball, and Mr. Webb, all of whom hero a consider- 
able quantity of Innd wholly or partially inclosed 
Mr. Dana of San Francisco, on tho north side of 
the river below Disappointment Slough, is inclos- 
ing a tract of 320 aC res. As yet he h.„ , , ,.., 

Wotin'hs" 1 " U "' N °? inl! !0 "' an '"'y an y- >lr- 
period. Tbn n imu 8 l o just built by Mr. Kimb'n'' 1 .. 
large and enraroodiaue, and presents a Ii.,,. appear, 
family into ii i n a tew days. 



f 82, ii 



ivlllini 
of no inu 



ke tn the grave w 
nrtance, has mud, 



rowllb, be aflirn 



>e Ulpsic 

ir fifty years, and 

esenedmany bun 

;-"''il u-.illi of LvlffplmLL,. T„l-,.,'i'm 1 
■■Tin ■.■i„,. i ,,, r or lppi j v,- B[cr; T,^!, t 
■■— dry It; then pour 



which me. 
board, Kit 



'.Ml II 



■ I hydro 



■n uf .1 



pow.l.rea chr.ll; ; „„, r ;, U , lrv ^ u' B lneT 0r ub 
a dryVeVthre7orfourVy^ 1 Uake n l 1 t l out 1 ' '" 



neglec 



., unpretending air, ,■ 



d finally, I 



' s Pe"' 
linn tc 

. ana rest. Tht 
" a 'ja olher pets, 

i'iil'i'.'," ' "'"' '" 



re gralefal for ynur caro ; anu'yoii comTi'ii 

ss about tho heart and cheek tbat yonr time 
hour before would not have believed pos- 



to his interests b> 
oc Journal. 



fltb. Tin CsLiFoaxia Fabsieb contains theardri] 
in of all the best Stock of nil 
5 known, together with Ihe foil 
of all tbe inUrcsls npneriiMu 

il«u FaiiMF.n is now the e=J } 
ciDo Coast that is continued. J>y 

,i..| lllli;; 

■od ofthtje 
nago of ill 



dPropri, 



d Opportunity fur a Eon 



"to CnuiiiiJ 



Fnll-Blot>d Dnrhum Btack, 



it bluod. The pnli^rrej w 



Another Hard of Noble Stock for Sals. 



■■...I, ll.jll -. [^ I ii f« perfect. 



by n hlghblood Englljli Dnl 
a bargain. la.|U,..,f L:l'-i 



Four Hundred and Fifty A 



A "Soj.be Canw."— Tho fallowing is said to bo I 
remedy against the depredations nf the crnw ani 
blockbird.InthacoroOeld: Tako fine plnmp see. 
corn— o quantity of it— stilus each kernel nn i 



ml will not 
. Tho two 
leirmombs 



arntio 



ves the fellow- 
of Mr. Seward 
e Intimates, be 



■ur foreign affairs, a 



bis own lips: -The off. 
,< a. („,' If ,7m, „„* ZZlof,™ d l 
ry battle sa.ed-whkh can be honora- 

-is a gain to tho enuse of the Union, 
e ot or. If ivo escape Jenpttr in 



will b 



pure as distilled wnler. 



in small pieces nbont 
-'u to bo the best fll- 
Ihe world. Oidinnry 
tols mod la tn becomos 



$1,000 Reward! 

JOHN C. BELL, 

Noa. 631 and 636 CUy street, 

WILI. QIVE THE ABOVE BBWABD TO ASI 
person that will provo to him that they can pnrchMS 

OIL CLOTHS, 
CARPETS, 

PAPER HANGINGS AND BORDEBS, 
MATS AND MATTING, 

Rugs for Christmas Presents, 

gilt con.vzas and robss, 

DAUAS1CS AND WlSDO'W-Srj ADE3, AND HOuSI- 

PunKismsa Goods op bvesv 
Dkboiupi'ios, 

Cheaper than wo will tell for CASH ftr las ** 

TE13ST DAYSI 



CLAY STREET— tho second Cnrpet 3lor* w- 
^tween Montgomery and Kearny — 

Nog. G34 end 636. 

JOBS C. uBtIh_ 



MRS. D. NOECBOSSi 
No. 144 Sacramonto street, 



LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. 

This being (bo bbIt „»„!„ L*0H3' D«««*.?JS 



TlMlngjastTblled Ibe Ea,t,and eomnlol.d .H* 
«rr:.D,:e,nenl, »iih ll, l„„ m inu ta„,r. tl ""^ 
r..'ll,,.|n. ( ...ri„ii,r,..i [,„,., I, „.,| ,„.- ,1..,,,, Iih.be trj** 
and heivi-.l (f,-i..,...l ..„ r uirn ■■■,„„■ rv •!■■ '-■■■ L " 

»" ■■'•' .'"'-i- = UiMnrb ii...i t„„,.i... ■.-.,-;■■■-■.:: 

= ■■-■- ■ ■ ■■. i r . : . . i i , i , ■ ■ „,, .,,,■.! u. ... [1 | ! .ki.i_l»nl»» Br 

UNDER LINEN,' 

HOSIERY „- 

UNDER CLOTBINO- 

And all Goods in our line. 

JIBS. D. NORC110S9.. 
3 Ke. til Sacrainsolo ■*^ 



ZP> OF FABTEEtK K*" 0- 



THE OALIFOBNIAj; 



^KME-R. 



California foUs. 

3E rNDIANOLOGY OP CALIFORNIA 



I .m, B Indian* of Lower California Connl* 

BOTV •ll-t-HLl.A>i.1- IS I.UWEII CAUFOKSIA. 

I „,„V ,, T; :-™IU«»C.ur ; -., l-i...-" 



1S55 Will at] 
SUlll flClS. I 

Kdintiur E h . 







ddi: 


'For after 




n to lilt.' J 




















I likely 




■■RRhiiiNiwjiiH 




n™ 


l.lL'ITl-.ll.-.l 


















ii." H 


c could o 


nlyka 




ihii rcrae dd Urn a 


ledili] 




Dr. Olul 




g cdi 


od of lb 



found In the same vie Inky. .. -,-i 
o Jcsnila left Lower California, nc cord] i \g W 
arijero, ibflro waro no beea, fleu nor bug" L' ucb 
nUllaaleopcninbuds]. 



TO THE FARMING INTEREST ! 
"JONES& HEWLETT,_ 

HIPOilTERB AND WHOLES* 

GROCERIES, 
LIQUORS, 

Provisions, 

HARDWARE, MINING, AND 
AGKICULTUBAL 

IMPLEMENTS 

Flows, 

^\v Harrowa ' 

J^? P ^ri.^>^ t * Reapers, 
Mowers, 
Thrashers, 






SEED WAREHOUSE. 

CBBTAELIsHBD IK 1BSQJ 

S. W. MOORE 

IMPORTER 

BOLEaALE AND RETAIL DEALER IS 
ALL KINDS OF 

GARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT 

Agricultural 

....AND.... 

Ornamental Tree and Shrub 
SEEDS, 

SO. 110 CALIFORNIA STREET, 

Between Saiuoioe and Montgomery a Iroola, 

SAN FRANCISCO, 



1Q7 

c. 

Important to Farmers! 
WHITE BINE HOP-ROOTS, 

....FOR 8ALB BY.— 
QILAVES, WILt.IAMS & IIUCKLBT, 
FiolSo Frail Market, 
II 3*» Tmwwco. 

ALFALFA! ALFALFA!! 

nn n UAOS OP TUE LATEST IMrOftTATION 0» 
0\)\J ihu. CHILE CLO¥EIMEEB(yfct«J» » '" u w 



500' 



CllineHC Sugar-cane. 

Ciu-im SnntH-C.BE SHED, for as 

*""S„..r™,0.. 



,u:< 



50,000 Cuttings, 

....OF...- 

FOREIGN GRAPE-VINES, 



5lB» bearing; HA3 HEVEil BEEN IRRIGATED. 
Tbo Wood ii noil ripened nod Ibo Culiinga of Ibo 



nirr forth 

. Tbe Indiana of nil the old Ills 

so BlmDft completely disappeared, 

f> except In the Lo 

TBlkji Of lllC itsvn. 

J pas nc Pcca, DiscoYcnEn or Obhbos. 
, .1 Is very slnjrolitr Ibat neither Venogaa 
) Clarljoro, tbnutli v.rv mccll'jn', liill'k" hi c 
L pliers, Bate anr kind of mention oi De F 
laoufrh 



fulUt,-- 



f De Fnco may b> 
jo nutbor of th£B 
In llnguiioe for Sep 



In reference to Hit account of the Los Aogelei 
county IdiII.id; of Hugo Iltid. in (lit- liidiiniolujry 
second aeries, etoV Fuuom of January and Febru. 



iifiir o ',■::" it r.,i:iH ii unil iniike a great 

frjL.iof Jitiiis ii- [.-■-■■■ tii-.- .vriL.T's noma p» "•■ 
CalliWiiii Condor lu the Fakmeu from 1 



ood i>-.- I 
i bead foocd 



h- I'ucific v.-ry .li.,linetly, urid l.'Uiiji.-r- 

1 ,.-■ ii; ,l,.,:.,v,.. r v I.J .in J IfifeliT sine 
„„,;.Lr fl,.v,j,r.. entirely truthful - 
: he possession of tbia i 
pecuniary ncqulil 



iinl would I 



,C ahci: 



a, called the "Bui 
pearl divers; for' 
■' open mouth— 11 
o the rocks anil 
r beds— lbs direr 
, nnd are 111 us dra 



ey'town, ond as naed by the Spaniard! thai 

ba^ibere ate not less time fifteen distinct spccii 
,f (be Aulan (Hniioios family) in the Califora 

VEnuiwos ConnoatvB Wat«bb. 
CUrHero aaya thai "at tin band of tbo golf, ne 
bo mouth of the ri«r, oo the mat aide, itiero n 
no lap-onus of ted water "blob arc of audi a can 
do Bod malignant ijunllty that whatever part 



,eso lagoooa, ThU 

a that Padro Kit 
ii-.t. .li expedition 
«c«t M hi K b op 



HXJISTTEH'S 
GRAIN SEPARATOE ! 

THE GRAIN-GROWERS OF TFIEPA- «=>, 
CIVIC COAsT Iwmiii "P^'l.H M_ 
It'lo'lbomoJlpnitooluiaonor. 
._oundo»lBiod«onldn(ror thorn bli 

NEW GRAIN SEPARATOR, 
Patented April 91u, 18G1, 

As noo of tlio best Itoplomooti ovar laronlod. Mortard, 

K ..ll-h. Cti", lliirinf, ami all r.ther ira|.ur:ii- ■■■■ 
.:,...,,, I ,oiiiolj,l«»vln, tho^btal la a pure and 
loan end HI on. 10 bo soon at 

nee, ai the 

INOHBASED -yA-UTTH 

"Well-Cleaned. "Wlieat 



TO EAT FOR A MAOHIKE. 
Tho Patentee -III villi all tho principal oltbuaad 
?srmlnB.ll>liiewtoa|i|.ulnt*gOBll at caeb place, and 
uhlbll onaorbla&lBiibTnu 
lie feoli coo Gilt nt that ororj Oraln-Qtotiot 
WILL BE CONVINCED UF TQEIK VALTJB 
The inu meat an optrurtunLty Li pnuoatod loeoothem 



HAS FOR SALE 
Aliiillu or Cliile Clover, 

Iluiiirarlitii (JritsH, 

KentucKy Blue-grass, 
Orchard Grasn, 
Red -tap Graxs, 

Sal nt ul ii Or ass, 

English Bye-graM, 
Timothy Grass, 
Bed Clover, 

White Bntih Clover, 
Crimeon Clover, 
Lucerne, &c, &C-, &C, &c 

EVEHY VARIETY OF 

BEET, CABBAGE, CARROT, 

CUCUMBER, LETTUCE, MELONS, 
OKIONS, EARLY AND LATE PEAS, 
TURNIP, T03IAT0, 
BEAS9, Ac, 4c., ie. 

Havana Tobacco Seed 

COTTON SEED. 

GUANO from Johnson's Island, 

FLOWER SEEDS (300 Variolic-) 



To tlie ESeeti Trade ! 

J. HL THORBURN & CO., 

IS JoIsjel street, 

NEW YORK, 

OftOWEKS AND 1UPORTEKS OP €PS 

& VEGETABLE, sOs 

Flower, Field, Fruit, 

TREE SEEDS, 

.'Ultcil.SKlii OP 

Flrst-Olass Seeds. 



UNION FARM 

AND PLANTATION 

MIL.L.S. 

TO FABMEBS, 
Stock-Raisers, 

STABLE KEEPERS 

YOU ARE 

PARTICULARLY INVITED TO 
EXAMINE TDE MIIX 

WE ADVERTiaE ABOVE. 



tnrado 



»^t Naltve California Evergreen gj 

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS 

Fob Bxroaruiox. 

TUB USDERHlaBED, FHOJt HIS ESTENStV 
faellltlei aod 

Large Stock of Ev B ry Variety of Seei 

Can olTar oniumal Indaceueota (o 

ItSBOnANTS IS THE TRADE, FARMERS, 

AND LARGE HANOI OWNERS, 

Who vtlih to bo loppUod lu hb lino. 

..oaldrooonjajoBdlliBt Oitntea ron SiEt)b«nnt 

DIRECT to tbe nndorsianad, tbtongb tbo Eiproll 
b, Hall, olhorwlse patllea ran GREAT BISK of bel 
sd npoa, la euo their Ordori ihoald be Dlled 



HESRT PAGE, fi'apa. 



HALSTED'S PORTABLE 

CIDER OR WINE MILL. 

fTVUIS 19 A CALIFORNIA IN\ 



I 'IK ■ : OCI A TOUT- nuunu.i.i^v ..^-. v^^ 

"Typea of Mankind" of ' pnritj, and emily got 



C^iffiSSKii^^ SPSS "■"' •'S' "ft**** 



SotPBCB ASK hl«B. TUo Ini.u.,.. -i'l .; ;r ' 



Also 






( lly Hi [■!■■ ■ I Bli 



■3- Tho Agonta of Wolla, Farea A Co.'i Expreu an 
letebi anlhorliod to not ai Amenta for the nadenlcnod 
n taklni Otdan far aot-.li nod recoli-liac for tbo lamo. 

I:-.' SEND FOE A CAT/VLOQUE. 

S. "W". MOOBE, 

SEED WAREHOUSE, 
110 California street, 
BAN FRANCISCO. 



THE BEST MILL 

EVEIt OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. 



These Mill a Were Awarded the 

FIRST PREMIUM! 



State Fair at Saoiamento, Bay District and 

Mechanics' Fair, in San Francisco, 

and at the Santa Clara Fair. 



PRICES OF MILLS AS FOLLOWS 

Milt complete, with Bolt for Family 

Floor ..... -$160 
Mill oomplete, without Bolt - - 140 
Extra Grinding- surfaces, pel sot - 10 

Greene, Heath & Allen, 

SOLE AQBNTB FOB 

California, Oregon, nnfl Washington Territory 

Messrs. KEEP & IilUCG.s, 

PROPRIETORS OF THE QLOHE FOUNDRY. 
STOOKTON, 









lOS 



THE 



califoe yraL&raETATftJgiBHra 



Up eali&rnia farm 



:lfl'. 



-.Ilr.r, 1 !?,■ it t OJ :i"i£ ■■ 



NEW FB.ODUCTI0NS. 
Wrcn a hope to ascertain to what t 
of the now productions thnt have bee; 



loftbefolli 
nod shall be grateful if tbey 



forni; 



lowing : Hemp, Canary Seed, Hops, Flu 
Sugar-cane and Wesi India Sugar-cane, ; 
Baitsuu, Tree Carolina Potato, tho Cork-1 
Tea and Coffee. We should also bo glae 
statistics of Ibo Tobacco and Cotton t 
been grown, 



We would like 
of each article, and the 
All the important fact 
shea sown), ibo time 
cultivation, with the 1 
sulu. 

As these are imports 
oterest, those who aid 
be, in truth, public b 
publish such reports. 



lunntityoreacbiowoigbl. 
: the quantity sown (and 
f planting and manner of 



The Lou of Stuck by the Flood. 

Wb desire to prepare n Record of the Loss of 
Slock of all kinds by tho Flood of IBM. We 
therefore ask of those who hare mot with sneb 
losses to furnish us with a list of each kind, and 
their value, so that we mej register the same. 

We olso desire to make a record of all the losses 
experienced by Ibe Farmers and Ranchmen of our 
State, and shall be greatly obliged if they will 
f-ivc us-ae many particulars as shall be considered 
by them worthy of record. Wo deem such facts 
-of great importance for future ase. 

Sales of Grain and Wool 

Those aha dnirt to realist the very highcil price 

for their Grain and Wool, can be informed of tho 

best chanco in onr city, where, on all special 



Durham and Sati Cattlt, Blood Ilonei, Letter,- 

r and Cots-:,,!! >"■■ ■'.!■, Ar-.-'ncjr, F.vts and Lanbr 
and other Slock, for idle. Sit aiotrtiiiacnli in th, 



irchasing Agency. 

tTicnMoI over Ihlnj. 

Tl, and Agricaltti&l Fra; 



■J. I ™c ii. 



vbltf ccoactal 



jolii t-ouapUctl u ptuibta Mlatbeli 
J ^j^5 M ^"J" 11 : nQd i "hero Iboj 

i d ™jWr eit Onltn .ho-jlfl lacloi- 

y lo auaiid to tfeo paiebue ant] iblpmm 

Look to Our Special Advertisements. 

'va,. Orebiutlt, Sa-SDUi. ud Property to & 
or br Btic. it! worthy Spedil noilce. 



Loss of tho Stato Agricultural Society by 
the Flood, at Sacramento, 
iiaous of seeing tbo condition of tho Agri- 
al Hall, which bad been justly named the 
c of IboHouseloss," at Sacramento, during the 
flood, wo spent some lime tbo carl/ part of tbo 
eck, in visiting the Call. 

Tbo waters hating abated, and Homes having 
:en provided, from time to lime, tho last of some 
JEfi i Hundred persons, that had been fed, clothed, 
ircd for in that building, left tbo Hell on the 
nd now the Hall is clear again, save the 

inmemtblBj for the noble nnd magnnni 



• the 



s, for tb 

Horn 



•dlb. 



I Ben 



feet deep, nnd percolating i 






Tor Hall, nbont fi 
dertbc floors, thi 
,ving form, like the 






ettcd to see a beautiful Monument 
Stnluo, by Devinc, that remained since tl 
overthrown and broken : n vol 
able work, worth S300. Onr greatest regret w 
ig the Rooms of tho Agricultural S 
ciety, which being on tbo lower floor also, tl 
caused a ruin that no money can replace > 
make good. Tho entire Library of the Society, 
;— many c"" 



g Scientific 11 



irks and Records of It 
taral Societies of tho Uoii 






State Agri 

wholly buried in the muddy water, ana 
■tbless. Alt tbe Bi 
Records of the Society, with tho Doings and Re- 
ports of the lost year, shared the sumo fate. Very 
lately, copies bod been preserved of tho Re- 
ports for publlcatioB. To this was added tho loss 
y valuable specimens io glass jars, which 
pon tables ; these being lifted by tbo water, 
rerluraod and entirely destroyed. 

table, which held the glass cases conlain- 
; Cabinet of the Society ; this was very 
e, being several thousand specimens — 
them rich gold and silver specimens. Tbe 
tables were npset; the cases turned bottom up, 
broken glass 



inddy si 



t of si 



rooms and passed thro 



' tho Fail 
ety.BBd t 



Tliis L 
eply t 



ir tbo So- 



regretted. Tho n 
i, as nil alien lion 



irtyfrom r, 

look after the lives of women and 
children. Although we learn that the Corrcspond- 
ig Secretary, Sir. Wheeler, did all in his power, 
working uBtil tho water was three feet in the 
tbe loss to tbe Society cannnt bo less 
than 55000. 

toss is the more deeply to be regretted, 
IB fact that the cilirens have been called 
o heavily, for two or three years, for the 
d the Grounds, that tboy are now, by reason 
calamitous flood, wholly unable ta replace 



It is to bo hoped that our Legislature, new 
elng in Session, will consider this loss to a So- 
lely, as oneaffectingn great Interest of tbo Stale, 
nd offer Ibnt aid promptly which the impnrtaneo 
cmantls. 

TouQVb Budget" 
Is most fntnillej there uro youthful minds that 
equire a pecnlinr kind of ailment— something 
oat is tender, nutritions and easily digested. As 
bo weaning lambs that go skipping over tbe Gelds 
eslde Ibeir dams in tbe Spring, seek out end 



ss, and gradually It 

c older members 

our children's te 
-n the milky food o 



t promiscuously 
'. the flock feed 

:a and 



the 



Who Orows Fhut 1 

rowen at FUi cm btt f tijb hlgbcil pried paid lor Lad, 

crop by Ipjljlni u Ujli Office, or Kadis; unpin of Ihelt 



r grass suitable to the transition period from 
fancy to adolescence. Thinking thus, and 
icming it imporloot that every periodical in- 
nded for the family 
r this interesting < 



ha Cllftirala Farmer- 1 
rololl tbo events lhat 



War ! Wor 

SicKBD History seems to forelei: 
are now occurring upon tho earth. 
"Nation aboil rise against ffolion,' 
nguiusi Kingdom," and ,l tbei 
nnd Pestilence, and Earthquake . 

The commotion at present eilsting In Europe 
tbo Famine now commencing in down-lroddo 
Ireland; and tbo sad calamity that "darkens on 
owncounlry," seem to bare been forelold in Sa 



shall be Fami 



OBdltloB of o 



i vividly, ti 
3 boo Id be regarded as 
Prophecy. 

When wo 

hoppy country, wo cannot shut out tbe tern 
truths, that it is a Ivor nmong Bretberen of I 
groat Fomily; nnd although groat and alarm i 
evils existed, even criminally so, yet what say ■ 
Sacred Writings 1 
"Brother shall deliver up Brother to Death." 
"Children shall rlso up against their Parcr, 
and can so lb em to he put to Death." 

Father, tho Daughter against her Mother, tb 

Daughter-in-law ngainsl tho Jlothor-iB-law." 

«A men 1 ) Foei ore title of hit ou-n ZfourenoW." 

It must he perceived that these words ore trui 

in tbe posture of our country ; and this spirit i 



iVL'i ni-'.iin, 
1 this v " 



t bis 



.plly t 



t< hi iu 



Washington in his 



r by this spirit. Lot him 



Tbe present aspect of tbo world would indicni. 
n fulfilment of tbo Prophesies: thoro is, at lenst 
sneb a somblonco of truth in them nnd their ap 
plkubilily to our times, that thinkiug men wil 
lose nothing by a perusal of them ; nnd a com 
parison with tho occurrence that are moving Met 

:opo makes appear lb a 



of Peac 
Ms Mission: nc 
Triumph onr El 

lolean 

nrtb; . 

Move: if tho "Slnr of Destiny" i 

tho tlmo has come: it will prove true, tr it tan 
ow, it will yet come. If Englaod proves false t 
er own great principles of Freedom; if Englan 
"Clares war upon the United States— upon tb 
orth— for this will be tbe war; if England, ibi 
.Iso to her own great fame, throws down Ibe goE 
i war; then, tbo Great Move of Napoleon will t 
■nde, his Mission be accomplished, and bis Kitm 
o declared oven greater than that ef bis "Unclo 
boso name ho bears, whoso fame ho cherlshe 
hose Battles be is fighting, oud whoso wronj 
a Is redressing. Napoleon nnly movos his me 
ow npon tho chess-board, to "deceive bis Oppt 
eni," for all such moves ore fair in war. 
Napoleon only movefl to embroil England, unt 

his time comes, to avenge tbo wrongs Engine 
lilted upon tbo Great Napoleon ; and tl 
England dcclnres war with tho Uniti 



.ill i! 



in! Nalioi 
; ships at 






n tbo Sui 
Thoro are sigB! 
p its sword ngi 



■There 



B signs 



) signs 



e Moo 



'Nation shall lift 
u." Thus it Is written: 
t of the Night!" 
We hear of tho combined power of great Na- 
tions to check tbo progress of Liberty, and tbe 
rapid growth of frit lastitntioBS Bad Popular 

"Qtg and Jfojio/" are around for bottle; aad 
tho Earth cchoos with tbo tramp of mighty Ar- 
mies goiBg forth to the contest. 

So we hear of tho combinatinn of France, En- 
glaad, Austria, Prussia and Russia, to compel tbe 
United Slates to make etnaiiioia to them; give 
up our liighls ; yield our authority over our owa 
Territory, and obey tbe dictates of a foreign 
Power, or fear tbo threats of their vengeance. 
Why this combination! Who aro the Powers? 



And w 



■■:- thvir r 



nihil 



claimed Liberty to their Serfs, and pledged her 
faith and good feeling and friendship to (he 
United States — can join a conspiracy oyairul us ! 



lions ; look well to It 

Russia may be pot forth: she may even hovo 
tho appearance of leaping forth in tho Affray, in a 
■•ifLing.- in i. v.j roi.- in, us "K'ik'li!-" upon Ibi- T'liiiiris 
of tho chess-boitd; but as quickly will 6 he spring 
back again over tbo bonds of Rings, Queens, Em- 
perors and all, in defense of iho great principles 
of Liberty ; it will bo found so in tho hour of 
need. Sutiia uilt nicer Fight the United Stain. 

France, Bunny France'.! Gay, Joyous, Happy 
France \ France, the enomy of tho United Stales 1 
Impossible 1 Will France spill tbe blood of a Na- 
tion, fbf whom the imnwrtal Lafayette periled Ail 
blood? Will Frenchmen tight against a People, 
with whom tbclr ancestors jomed to acbiovo Liber- 
ty? Will they Ggbt agaiusE the Children of a 
People whoso Fntbert fought together under Ibe 
Lead of Washington and Lafayette, with tho Glo- 
rious, Triumphant and United Banners of FVanec— 
ils "lied, White and Bluo" mingling with that 
Flaming Banner, tho Glorious Stars and Stripes, 
ited iron He Victory/ No! Noll Nolll 
IHI her Banner ayainit that of tie 



of tho i 



and prattling c 


olumns of the weekly v 




nd scarcely look time t 


tbo food thryc 


nlalnedwas devoured 1 



g tbls, v 






anverti» Tonr Trees E 



tnrea ihimld be prep4r& 



who desire to 
should send ui 
bution from o 



As wo only advertise lb 
*e hopo those who clalt 
their business cards. 



s Cjtilo i) lira.— Those i 



-the futar. 



al for tbe 



France, ibi" 

Look well 

look lo the n 

Napoleon 



; looklc 



them Into good baud; 
le of tho best character 
lo bo No. 1, will send ti 



accoof a jadieioi 

utenjlvely to that end, woshnll not only bo richly 

■epald in tho eatisfaction of fulfilling a pleasant 

luty, but will bo living over again the dear, dc 

lightful days of youth, when Miea Porler'a Walbci 

and Thaddcus were our beau Ideals of mnnbaot 

) heroism, and the enchanting tales of tbe Ara 

■n Nights had nol yet lost their racy flavor. Wt 

ticipsU os much pleasure from the task, as w. 

alure to promise onr yonng readers in Its fu! 

Ailment, The " Youth's Budget" will bo found O: 

st page of tbe Flaxen. 



Sv. Grobob Hoiil — SAoa*M esi-o.— This Hotel 
appears lo be tbo head-quarters of our Legislators 
and men of business ; it Is thronged all the time. 
Tbe St. George is in tlp-top order ; fiae rooms; 
cicellcot table ; kind and prompt attention ; and 
every facility for business and comfort. Straagers 
visiting tho "Oity of Floods, Fires, and Legisla- 
tive ilureuieois", nnd all who like eicitemenl and 
amusement, as well as all who wish ta sec what 
the rains and snows can do, should go to Sacra- 
menlo now. Tboy can find good quarters al 



fes now his band ; has touched 

lion of all eyes from bis greal object t bo e 
Russia; but this "Knight" leaves not bis fin 
it is placed back again. Ho lifts tho "Bishop, 
Austria goes forward a little ; but ho says, "back 
again." Another "Bishop," nad Prussia Is lifted- 
but "again back," for that is not wnnted not 
looks to Ibo "Castle 



.. ■ .. „., u lo do battle, side by side with 
„,-! „ ,j ,|, u bo might study the power and skill 
':! the English niiny, so as to be able to copo with 
hem when bis "Star of Destiny dem:""!- ". 
Li,,^ tfapokon Hd do battle side by side with tho 
of England's armies, and mpoieonvai 
mar and then his mighty spirit 
im so to plan as to lake all tho Glory 
and place it o 



■ niplcto fall 



Glory, by dictating 

Capitoll That was 

-fly to fight Russia, but to 




States, that 
Fnr a 



i this 



tvill !■■ 



a the Xea 



Red, White and Blue 
bo Stars and Stripes 
Watchword of France 



:s bin i 



ll thai 



lay dot 



'St. Helena and Napoleor 
rord, tbo Armies of Fran 
heir weapons, until tb 
Dragon shall bito tbo dust, and tho memory of 
Tngland's wrong lo Nnpe 



This 



echoing song of " 



"Handwriting upon the Wall ;" 
inscribed upon the skies in blood 
i shall bear ogaii 



The Flood at Stanlalaos County. 
Mo.LK.-s Uaicu, DrcBJ, 

■i -.--■=! !"'.iiuj:i, : Wo have had one oftbegreat- 



.nlhis 



>n of Iho Stat 



IB 18 Sl- 



ot ray command; theyobcy n 
too uro mine; but flril; I i 
boldly (tar there la no King), 
mine; tho Game is mine. It 
of my soul's aspirations ; and 
is accomplished. Tbe Aiha a 

-.otbatwatcbeyha 



I command a! 
mover; thcymovt 
will. The Outlet 

II taka the Qu-.tr. 
id tbe Castles art 
rewon tho Victorj 



Tho Tuolumoe river is now out of its banks almost 
bluff to bluff. C. Osborn's ferry-boat is I 

Branch's rope is down. The La Grange flouring 

nd Rhodes' have all been in trouble. So 

iads and bridges bave washed away wit 

Tho mill came near going, and is noi 

out of danger by a long way. Tbo farmers 



perhaps nnt more than six inches above water. 

, this day the wnlor had fallen one foot, and 
<flernoou not mnch rain, for tho Inst half 
. Tho slorm commenced on Monday mo 



aiised by the flood. Yours, in haste, 

fin iiii'i u 30. : — I now propose lo state som< 
[ the damages done by the late flood In this por- 
ion of the State, in pari mentioned in my lua 
alter to you, of date December 27th. On Satur 
ay night tbo storm commenced anow. Sundaj 
nd Sunday night almost constant rain; and yo 
t rains, and tho most of tbe timo it rains bard 

'edro Unr was swept away; neit, down the river 
ho grcnt dam owned by the Water Company a 
.a Grange. Tbls dam was half a mile abovi 
own, and some thirty feet high. Neit, tbe dan 
iwned by E. Dye, nt tho town of La Grange, am 
vhicb wns for tbo purpose of propelling larg^ 
pnmps, to throw water on tbo hill back of lb> 
town, for mining ; total loss. And nil tho ranches 
from La Grange and Garde's down, so far as I cm 
learn, wore badly injured, water running ove 
grain fields, nnd carrying owny a lorgo amount o 
fencing. I had 80 to 100 rods of board fonco, fiY 
boards high, carried down tbo stream. Tho mos 
or tbe grapevines were entirely ruined, and a larg 
amount of fruit trees; in fad, the garden and 
orchard were nearly ruined. Somo COO to 100 feet 
away from my.gnrdon; Ihis 
m a large watcr-whool I have 
id orchard. Tho wheel witb- 
t of waters. It stands on boats, 
and Is twenty-nine feel high. 

On tbo Morcod river Wm. Noison bad bis bridge 
taken awny; this came down against O. Murray's 
bridge, and that alao wns tnkon, nnd a portion of 
NvL.ni'. ,-ri?l-r„ill, ivliii.li i|.,„<] 5 ;, i„, v f^i l^lo-.v 
Marr.iy , -5 bridge. And in oil probnbililr o large 
amount of damage was done on the llercad below 
Bnelling Town, us the country was low and full of 
- -ighs. Tho damage done is beyond calculation 
lldlngs, atock.io. Many 
— '- Gelds planted i n 



CALIF OR til A LEGISLATURE, 



wcnif-rouitii riliirfct— Buitc— It. fi. 

.-.-, [ivl !l;i n "I ■!— Ti-'i-.'ii-, ■ill'! C:.lu-.i — J. ■>. OVJ, u [I 
iv [-.li-- -islli nijlrkl— SbiuBUMdTrlnliy— fU-o. ■'i..i,.-;.- Ja ! 
:..l,u-MT,f,H, ill'lrlrl — Humboldt, KlBtuiIb 4oJ Qjj 

westT-eljjblli Dljt'rirt— iiikijuo— Goo. B. Oollaa, R. 

r.-,:-,r..':jr... r .— l[--|,illill' 
C«USlU,4. Total, Si. 






■'rTn-Vi- 



■tiwold, Tiwai 
H. Dcub, B. G. 



-:- l| ;'i'7^'',,*.i 1 -T ! wu;,ca 








M .'.','.".' ■■>■'< T..££-ZaJtra E'er, V. D. 




LScar^Rnbe, 


rV.°'r-J-"bn Yulo, E. W. nilljor, Bop., C 


C.Dailoy.U.D, 






.■'■.,:, ..„■.,■ t,i — .1 L. n--r,!-m. "'. 11. Bin™, J. If. Warwick, 




























^ .r. I.-.:, i. ijli!i[-r. imd fcinLo Bjrbira— C. 








Z lolS™ W^oodmao U D 












Salano — J- M-DuJl'-'J. It- 


















Trirllr— J. 1L .Mnuict.1, U. D. 






















JJi.-jM-'if.ul-i',.— It.:j,:ibLkUM, 11; Union 


DonocnO, O; 






BecoBlonl.U.n. To«l,lM. 





Meeting or the Iciriditare. 

Tho Thirteenth Session "f tbo California Legis- 
lature convened at Sacramento, on Mflnday, Jdn. 
6lh. A list of the members will bo found in on 

Tbo Senate wns called to order at 12 .'I., by tbe 
President of last session, Pablo dc la Gucrra. 
calling the roll, only thioo wcro absent. The m 
bors wore sworn in by Judge Norton, when tho 
Seuato adjourned witbnut transacting any other 



Tbe nous 
J. M. Audon 
ingtl 



called to c 
nf Inst 
1 taking tho- 



I, olarl 



;bof o 



en n ducted water 
to supply garden 
stood the torrent 



if the farmers bad t 



| of tho I 



;" lhat 



itbthc History or Fr 
England, but sees France Is the Great Power now 
we mean the Great Sehemin-j power— France. Kb 
poleon's spiell Is not a spirit of Pence,: it Is like i 
great cauldron with tbo heated flame beneath; i 
iBln continual mutton. Napoleon Is tho ruliui 
spirit of tho world, and will never resl contento. 
until the "object of his life," nnd bis Mission hnv 
fulfilled ; nnd tho Events ore fast he 



d theErei 
lib those 

■iiiljtrfd lli 



Trying o 



It will be i 
tu join Engl, 
What had Russia done 



I'ulllO 






has to, 



.». S. AtOsborn' 
roed that Iho bri 
If gone, and that 






And lam 
e La Grange mill-dam bi 
miles from my house, i 



Ittmov ton OnoLio ra Moosbb.— Jfany horses 
tro eaddcoly attacked with cbolio nnd palus, 
»uted frequently by being Ted with sour barley, 
» from over- feeding wlih barley. Wo bavo been 
informed by Ur. Mnllesno, of Murphy's, thnt he 
has found an effective remedy in Iho (bllawlnB 
■Imple Ingredient: Tata . pjaoe of salerntn o'f 
egg; dltsoSvo , n a bottle, ia warm 



Bcdiately. Tbl 



■■ffuuiinilv ] 



:ing absent, the House adjouracd. 

Tho Ropublicaos met 1b tbe ovefling in canons 
with soveral Union Democrats, and nominated 111. 
Baratow, of Sua Franclscn, for Speaker. 

On Tuesday morning the Senate met, and or- 
ganized by tho election of the following officers: 
President pro ton., J. Jtcil. Shnftcr, of San Fran- 
cisco (B-); Secretary, Tbomos Hill, of Sacra- 
mento (P-} ; Assistant Secretary, A. A. De Long, 
of Folsom (li.) ; Journal Clerk, W. T. HuesliS, of 
Humboldt county (It.); Sergeant-nt-Arms, A. G. 
Turner, of Yuba (U. D.) ; Assistant do., E. Hotre, 
Of Santa Crun (Ti.) ; Enrolling Clerk, U. 0. Kibbe, 
of Sacramento (IT. D.) ; Engrossing Clerk, G. Gil- 
lespie, of Sonoma (R.) ; Minute Clerk, Charles S. 
Abbott, Of Sacramento (.It.) ; Copying Clerks, G. 
C. Harrlmao, nnd E. Bonncstel, of El Dorado 
(Bops.) 

Tho House also met nnd organized at 11 o'clott 
by Iho election of Ibo following officers: Speak". 
Goorgo Baratow, of San Francisco (P..) ; 0° i<f 
Clerk, John Sedgwick (K.); Assistant Clerk, W- 
N. Slocum, of SnBta Clara (R.) ; Minute Clerk, % 
G. Wood of San Francisco, (D. D.) ; Journal Clerk, 
Henry S. Fellows, of Sncrnmonlo (R.) ; EorolUog 
Clerk, Seldon Allen, of San Francisco (H-)i Sa- 
grossing Clerk, G. A. Hill, of Tehama (R.) ; Ser- 
gennt-nl-ArmB, H. P. Clayton, of Sonoma (B.); 
Assistant do., Jeremiah Walls, of Nevada I.K.] ; 
Copying Clerks, Goo. O. Knugb, of Sierra (B-)i 
and E. T. Jennings, of Yolo, (U. D). 

PBoapeiUTV ov C*t,]ronttii.— No Statu is no*, 
says the Scientific American, more prosperoal 
than California. Tbe war which is so dealrnoU" 
to industrial puriuits in other States, has no inju- 
rious effects there. Citircns here represent rtist 
tbo idea which once prevailed of a polill"! « c P* t " 
ation of Ibe Slate from tho Federal Govcrnineel IJ 
obsolete. Tbo failure of tbo throe road bill" *• 
not regrcllod. One route, nnd that a praotl"bl« 
one, will nn doubt be designated and the w"* 
cnmmeueod under tho auspices of the Federal 
Government before the end of another year. Any 

occur during tho neit session of 



u belie' 






t rroslden 





OVEBL&HD 


TELEGRAPH. 


n™ fr°u> 


Qulnoj 


IIL, to 


Jau.«h,s 




'■-'";" """. 


.•erne 


wdwi 


b Ed„-1 = oJ 


•**«■'•' 












> ■■ t- ■ 


Uroly 


nillioul 


|-c,unc,ollor. 


n is out 






rill be! 






genrsllj op 
prepare ° Ml 




'i Goal 










Commit toe "ill pwlntlj 


> Mo.- 


"S"- T 


o Connn!tl 


o ilia favor loo 



"n",'.r live hundred thousand volonleers, and propose 
otu«lii«S Wn '* °»"E i«» "™« "plover bm *" 

UeMtnuiluuins General or Wnr Department mij ' *- 

q= iro H ll ™» «««« >""• b " B S 1 ™ f ". DI "" 

scenti It »V » ( Oeeoquani »1«, ' 

adreacg op lit Rappahannock. 5 
■^poring for . dot. ua.si oinediil 

concentrating large numbers of an 
[practices In ** ™<" k "' asJiilJnE 
Lhonsaud men Mold bo uparid ft 



. Gonboals or 
i launches, an 
landing tioop: 

., 11,11. [, il,..l i 



be hopes England HOI i »' 
it, tho Union armj In Mil 



■ DON'T REAR THIS. 

Tue Pi'ic— Aa no have aaid ranch in favor of 

bis material for Bedding, and advocated the fn- 

corn tbnt snme folks arc using various aobsUinceii 
ntcrraiiod with Pulu, soch u? very coarse wool, 
lair mo" nnd old substances, nod by such nouns 

_!_-,._* >...nnn t hE "IlCBl Pulu." FoClS 

of inch things, nod rro 



For Elegance 



For the Holidays 



««B|TM 



*byt 



Go 

his interest t 

By nccumu 
by Mr. Scbrii 



jiTJ. reading !- 
taaulEneWwil 
En derived i 



II ii 






Tork Jon 

oie A 

tic Uuioi 



[Blest auview from Uatll's armv do 
laken places It was cipecled thai 
flecisii-o bottle fought or a rapid ru- 
swero reported lohavo token thelr 
jDlonilUworoirilbin one day's mnrob 
[earner Sorlhoro Lighl arrived alKuir 
m Aipinwall, irilb ST10.915 io troas- 
:nired on tbo 2d of January between 



lo il fur lint reason, mora than for tho purpoi 
ii eg a paragraph. Sncceodlos Now Toart, to 
dayi lien was bo rnin, but lit weather wa 
cool, and Friday ni S bl last was colder tban know: 
>r a number of roars, tbo mercery falling to 26 

noil day, and ico a quartet of on inch thick wo 
iniaanyplBtclEatBrdaymorBinB- ThUoolawes 
emDuition, as usual, to a rain! From otttly Sun. 



pf gotling lie "Be»l S 
hreiber, tho Original I 
est to sell BBly the Puro Article. 
.■.miilatndEridcncu lhal baa been received 
1 son-cftplnlns BBd tnnnv 

, , ith RhemaalUm, the new 

, F ,, im i i* a trtio remedy for Ibis torriblo Buffor- 
,ae Uheutnaliatu can now be cured nil over ibe 
5Ute, as Mr- S. baa just received M bia establish- 
ment 1500 bnlea, tho purest, dryeal nod beat ovei 
impnrtcd by blm. 

To Viuoyord Planters. 
I r our Vina Growers will furnish us with a 1! 
Vines Ihoy grow, and tho quanlilioi they hive 
with tho prices, wo shall bo happy to aid then 



-_it is for 



.,i the 



and Usefulness Com- 
bined in a Present 



;r fulling, for 



e Urn 



Tie gullers 



of Ibo ally w 
and cold. Tint 



and the 



ceepl liat it waa snow In 
tcramenlo, the Union t. 
,r..l snow fell there n por 
on and around lie bay 



ilaloi 



. Snow foil i: 



naoy pit 



1. Gorncli 



i Preslonburg 



ineu-eoUtui a 



npti ... 



CoL Gorl 

I Bcioepfh 

Zolliw2« from bis Eomersel intrenL UU , OU M - 

EOproipo" of on immediate engagement there. All 
Qu Kantuclij banks located whore rebel domiaatioa 
p„,ails have been consolidated under Henry J. Lyons, 
formerly of Louisville, as President, who has authority 

lo run them for Ibo Eoolhcrn Confederacy. The 

steamship George TCnsbiuglon left Old Ft" 



.ees In thi 

s Sacrameoto, tie Sierras nod Coas 
irered with soow to tho fool hills, Ih 
orally than ever before ohserred. A 
Strawberry, on Saturday, tho moreory fell to IS' 
Rod Bluff, the ft 
of rain 






ito Newport Nov 



i the rebel 



it, with Ihc TJ 

ateppod on board, under 

eaDed. Such happy looking men ore seldom seen 

pro"ehod, and tbo bands of the Foorlb Artillery played 



i added to the > 



| As tho boat palKid Newport Now 
„„d States frigates Curabcda 
__Lnn«d tie rigging, and tho Iroo 
crowded lie 



tbo 



w 

H 

E 

E 

L 
E 
R 
& 

W 



O 
N 



BUT A 



'-:;rx-': 






us, about tho 






_ ., _...ir in thi 

al rise in tho rlTcrs, which hod been falling pro- 
r, oecnrred. Alter a fair day Tuesday, tho ruin 
lown libanlly again on Wednesday. Thursday 
s writing), il/*"!", and Ibeworvo for tho flooded, 
com. Tho aniiouB question is, "Will it over 

jet all feet of aoow foil on Ibo summit of the 
19 od Monday lust. 



The Central Railroad is in running order be 
veeu Folaotn and Lincoln, all damages by lb 
>to flood bBTing been repaired, not in a temporal-; 
but in a substantial and permanent manner. 



er their il 



Tho number rolea 
-0 taken at Iho tultlt 



t. The prisoners loft RichmoBd at 7 o'. 

Hon. Alfred Ely arrived ot homo Jan. ( 

..._ _ jathoslaslio reception. After a few days rest 

of the 2Ctb nil. says the powder mill opposite 

| too" city oiploded tho nigit previous In the Senate, 

d, Mr. King, of Fow York, presented a pet. tun 
rooriy signed by eltiteus or Now York, praying 
[ for lio emancipation of slaves under lie war power. 

, f California, presented a petition from the 

Chamber of Ccmcjerco io San Francisco, oskting fft a 
Ip mall lino from tilt port to Chioo .....Ilebcl 



(cicepl thief office 
count of the war; 
cent, is the Mini '. 
inch tho bights 



Collegiate Institute, 

FOR MALES ONLY. 

THE NBXT SESSION OF THE niSTITUTB, THB 

FOURTEENTH", 

Will Onon on the I31H of Jnnniiri 

Pupils are requested to come OB tho 10th or Uti. 



E 

W 

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SACRAMENTO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DHY GK>OI>S! 

The Best Class! 

At Lowest Prices ! 
The Largest Stock! 
And Greatest Variety! 

O'COKIKELI., RYAN & Co.'B, 

P. S.— A Large Stock of Carpets Always 
Ou Hand. 



LAMOT & COLLINS, 

Leaders and Introducers of 

FASHIONS 

in<XR HATS! 

Corner 2d and J sts., 

SACRAMENTO. 21-em 



roady famished. No I 



office 






ort Royal Fcr; 



f ing their time -ith card 



are deterred by the 



wero repulsed by lie 14th 
a volunteers, under CoL 



ased entirely; thomeni 
and grtat numbers ore olfor- 
tales. Many offered as high 
lost is aigcd Io do something 



I also to bo made. 



Br tho recent flood in Sacramento, 04 pianos 
pcero more or leu injured. Of this total, 36 have 
Seen entirely ruined, 37 badly damaged, and 13 
slightly damaged. Good judges 6 



ury to piai 
Ihirty tho 



_i nloue 
nnd dollars 






Circular from tho Prlnei r al, 



tr Edinburgh, for Liverpool 
tprcic. Thorowosnlltllemi 

J. S. demand notes. Instes 
lills, lioy use these these n 
rem Ibe Sooth is contaioco 
id. A dilpoleh from Pern 

■"■ :1 I'kVerj.' ..[■■jiiH.l i L iru ii 



FARMERS ! ! 

TAKE NOTICE!!! 

10,000 

Large Grain-fed 

HOGS Wanted 

for Packing purposes, and for 

whioli the Highest Cash Price 

will he paid, hy 

WILSON At STEVENS, 

Fork Packers, 

Corner SanHome and Broadwaj 



WOOL. HIDES. AND SKINS, 

Pirrctiasod. 

AT THE HIGHEST MARKET BATES, 

LONING & FEUERSTEIN. 

ISO FRO NT STBEBT. 

WE ARE ALSO PREPAllED 10 make liberal 



Original Eagle Hat Store. 

COLLINS <Sc CO., 

HATTERS, 

/\ jg-jei i-n <t» tlie S 1 lelc5L. 

0. J. COLLINS, formerly of Comtuerciol Itreetj and 
J. C. COLUNS, lata of Wtuhingloo street i 
sjjje^ Hare [ermed a Corartuorship for Iho Fk 
^M porrBSOofaarrjingonlho $f 

-=4 HAT AND CAP BUSINESS 

la All Ira Buhchis. 

BEESQ PRACTICAL WORKMEN 0TJ11SBLVES 

And Jodtos of Material, oor patrons may rolr 00 Qooda 

booght at our slow bolun 

Tlie BEST In Every Reupcet. 

HiTS OF EVEBY DE3CBIPTI0H 

MjUJE TO ORDEE, 

At tho shortest notieo. 



as tho Pnblio Ffanorally, to sivo us n call. 

lm to bo tho OJinT in Iho Stoto lo Ehtifs-ss 
and RuurMATE 

Peruvian and Stage Drivers' Hats 



BSMBMBER THE PLACE— 

■Pij.cs^.or'ei Ball, 



P. J. DEVINE & BEO., 
PRsSDIIVBI 

!Vl£s.r"rOi.e. Worlis, 

K street, between Sixth and Seventh streets, 

BAOBAMEN'TO. 



Orders from the Country promptly attended to. 

H. B ; — P. J. D. * Bro , iaro rceelrod Dlplomasand Oold 
lodnls ot ° M '°J h ^ ail ^i' In , t u'' TI '£ " 



BLUE VITRIOL 

Or 3t31tmesto»e, 

The Indispennable Article for Wheat- 
Growers. 

CALIFORNIA MANUFACTURE; ALSO, BN- 

GL1SB AND PHILADBLPHU, 

tSTJABANTEBD PURE. 

or sale In quantities, AT LOWEST RATES. 

HEDINGTO.V & CO., 



MAIN & WINCHESTER, 

tj^ audlmpoflers of Si^aV. 

^ HARNESS, 1 ** 

•9 a.cicaaeis, Bridles, 

WHIPS, COLLARS, 
SADDLE-WARE, &C. , 

214 and 21Q (Old Ho. 68) Battery atreet, 



MARDEN & FOLGER, 

PIOHEE H. 

Steam Coffee and Spice mills, 

HAVING JUaT RECEIVED, EX ■'dTAaLIQUT," THE 
oolylotof 



IMPORTANT! 

VE SLAVE TO-DAY HADE A MATERIA!! 

REDUCTION IN OUR PRICES 

OO^L OILS! 

Machinery Oils! 
CAMPHENE! 

TURPEnSTTIJSTE ! 

STANFORD BROTHERS, 

California street, near 'Front, 



Old Goveniment JAVA COFFEE, 

*TS!l^S!>iia»^^Si!i!S 



Money Wanted in the Country. 

ffl!i ("1 fififi WANTED— On Property worth 830.. 
ipj.U,UUU OCOi |«rf(Xt till", and wlti anplo 



in Real Property, nod 



H. B.— Good as 

F1BST FBEMIOH AWARDED f 

SSOTiS^ ■ ■ ,'■'>. ". 



:ord Stage ilarn 



MISSION WOOLEN MILLS. 

THE UNDERS10KED HAVB FORMED A CI 
f'.M'.fNLK-llll'f- til. ] .-jr i ...-- ■■! |.rru«uti nj [ tl 
.. .,; n,, Mi.-.i.-T. M...I..O Mint toklor effect D 



University of_the Pacific, 

THE KEM SEHHIOS WII.I. COMMENT 

IE pukpakatory defahthent or ttt. lo.tUuiii 

E.TlAKrllflTEU, PnaUem. aiaUCIom. 

Female Collegiate Institute. 



aKNl'^L-i 



Agricultural Implements ! 

OF ALL KINDS, 

-AT THE- 

Lowest Oity IPx-ieeis 

"Wholesale and Retail. 
. d. mrnivn &. SON, 

Itoportori and Doaton. 
i Corner of Washlnglou noil Da.li streets. 



HOSE SEWING BY STEAM. 

rj-lIJi: :l.'il.-rill[IEIt IIA!> JU3T FITTEri 111' A Hilij 

Hd:A.j?eTirr3-WII,r.B. 

Ilydraullc llase Senlnijr, 

f^J-All lIn.VlVarranle.1. g H0WA1U ,, 



Flax-seed. 

iTLSONtj who m.diiti: in w.rM: ?,i 



North Point Dock Warehouse, 

STORAGE 

lun bo proeured In Lhlswoll Itnono tVarehooso on II 
™vorj helllly Is oDired fur .loriorr Wheat, Barlo. 

Advanoes 

llo.lo on or proved Jlorebonlifo 

VB. T. COLEMAN A CO., 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 

ZFMjreit Promluisj. 
TFAJXLTJUY 

SEWING MACHINES 

ARE ACKNOWLEDGED 

— TO BE — 

FAH SUPERIOR 
To All Oihfi. In I si'. 



n. 0. HAYDEN, Aesui, 

San Frooclioi. 



Buy ^.11 Tour 

SILVERWARE 

OF 

TTJCKER1 



_AJ.falf& Seed. 

8000„S.|lSSu^ra FnOB ' 



BUY ALL YOUR 

WATCHES 

OF 

TUCKER! 






no 



-W^-nA.ilFOBNIA FABMEB.^ 



Dome Piscflbna- 



T.M ii~.gb.infr. ii S l>l-umr. Itr.fr J. 
Ibe breath of 0«x» »«-■ "■> ""> !" 
Tie biros nerc slnp""S » iJ ll " ,m 



Wllik ■!:.. (I,.,ui-!l -,1 ■!,.. 

Ci-ntroiIH her tears, and* 

]]iT [o..f-1r..-J r-hfll-rc-.l Ij'.t 



Tbe bouse ofherElsd Id 
inld iu potriirshal tic 



ni'.T (jglr^cnf] Miry', step, ho" 
Tbo llfe-blwl to b« ebeck, w)iic 
J-iko a bodge-rats beneath Ibe tu 



-.the (earful to=J, 







!■ r l„", 1,1,1 „,,.!.■ l!,-: -.,. 




V.'iiJ.- M^rr !■. bLf meibi-r 














«r! 



CHOCORUA'S CURSE. 

Te; rocks- county of Stafford, Ntw Hampshire, 
is remarkable for iu wild and broken scenery. 

eager to lotik upon the beautiful country, which 
nfju on" lies sleeping in [be embrace of heaven ; 
precipices, from wbScb Ihernnnp; eagles take ibeir 
flight to Ibe son ; dells nigged and tangled ns tbe 
dominions of Rode rich Vieh Alpine, and ravines 
dark ond deep enough for Ibe death scene of n 
bandit, form the magnificent characteristics of ibis 
pltiuit;';ue region. 

A high precipice, called Cbnconin'j Cliff, ia ren- 
dered peculiarly interesting by a legend v.bicli 
tradition has scarcely -ar.>,l o.i.n ifriaMIMHM 
Had it ' - 
Sir Wal 



3 S Li ill„„.l, ; 



inij.;.iilii'> .,( fiibirio. Ilur .ii-tl„-,ij.|i, il llru ,, 
Mr Ct.lv, found tftu .tin,!,!,,.: am! il,',. wind? Lilt,-,. 
IU" 'V'T. II II, .■t.liliid.j i,nd secrecy; mJ his p cn . 



red llltlo frf. 



(ralelr- Bten her fuce bad eufT. 
time and hardship. The blonro 
which In ■.-■nil had been like tb< 
som, thai most feminine of all ill 

,rue, ■jnmcnlnt f„il..:d ; but litr : — , 

but receive: additlnnnl mtfctijr 



from 



.1 l., K l,..-l 



bid. might well 

,| morn -trikirij! In .nil.', 
dim- f.li.ifbidl, "I V-WM 



ai-e- found anotbe 



'wu'li'.i 1 1 .ulli.ii.nil/o 

and enjoy her husband's int 

I,,.] a Iteaxt that could not „».* 

home. Tbe bird will drop into its oaf, lliou Hi 

the injures cf W.lh ..till »ky .ire ..pen. To bur, 



mi 1 1. 



nnda t 
:, anil s 



IMltl-.-l, V,-,- 



■III..' .If, I, 



lier " f|.irii iv. is fiiiiffii.-d nilb ill. il innliiiiiftit'l' 
ft.nm.iin ufjov which nAtiire gives, and God baa 
bleticd. 




jeranny. This 

■ I llleir diridlinj 



A FLAW BIAS'S PHIX.I1SOPI1T. 



And a Ixoon o. 
And a garden 



"•l '.'ni'"'...',., John Drown; 



ore tbe long of bird'. 

,.l ,|„:,-i,illr,-.rj early ™rds, 

Tainan's rolce, low nod awi 






Ami IhillonJclQshlinnYO, 

A...1 u [.rcod. e -nted flu", 

whu'd rather burrow (ban be d toil, Job 































An 


dMCumtbofaull 




































1 


111 tell 




"■'urn',! 


r health. 


Uro 


... 


N 


Bo 


I've pa 


tbe pi 


ajuro of th 
nij priJo, 






Ko 


Tro 




arse tb. 










Br 


ikeep 


,™ 


ee clear, 

.mid.. ;. v.-n 






An 


dlmn 


os' 1" " 


t and to 


lie gbid. .I.h 




own. 




Educational. 








Tbo T 


ooher' 


Mission 







is culled to a glorious work, nod if be is faithful 
be will receive n glorious reward. But il is a and 

fail lo produce uny f.-uod results, nnti or course 10 
receive any true rcnc.rd ; for the highest nnd most 
■tisfuctory reword 



ell dl 



nnd s. 



,1 Hl-.n, 



lefty 



cr some ui tbo essentials tt 

1 conpre henliaa of til Nature of the Work, or 
re JfiMfon <./ ine 7VocArr.— It is ibe teacher's 
,u deal with the lender and plastic minds of 
; to guide and direct them ; to mould and 
n tbem; to lend and lure tbem llirongli tbo 
mi -pulhs of cbildbood," nnd rightly equip 
'or Ibe duties of lift', for true manhood, for 



Insucb a mind grier, like all other emotion?, 


active and useful service. It is for tbe teacher to 


only verdant spot in the wide desert of life. In 


determine, to a very great cxlcct, what shall bo 
tbe future condition and Influence of bis pupils. 


heart ; and now Ibey were lorn from him, tbe rc- 


If be is earnest and faithful, wise and jodicions. 


1 u. i :!'-■:.. j-:if[.k- ...1 :t "iro-.riiin^ in, in, sinking linn 
lown, down, into darkness and death. This was 


dcr his charge, into useful nnd virtuous nclion. 


—the creeping; agony ot despair, lhal brings with 


TVhM he u, wbnl he iiiyi nnd what lie rforj will be 


t do power of resistance. 


manifested in the lives of bis pupils. Indeed, he 


"It -as u if tbo dead eonld feel 


will live in them ond thrnngb tbem, bo Ibat be 


The ley worm oronnd htm itesl." 


will be largely accoonlable, under God, for their 


Such, Tor many days, was the slate of Cornelias 


fntoro action. What a responsibility, then, bos 
tbe teacher 1 And o proper sense of ibis respon- 


Campbell. Those wbD knew ond reverenced him, 


gushed. Hut it rekindled nanin, r.n.l with il tunc 


sibility is asscMial to success — indeed, it is tbe 




foondntinn of success. 


dreams] and when he wnked, death eeeroed loo 


2. Enthutiaim. — h'n mon can b« successful in nny 
colling unless be bas mucb of the spirit of enthu- 




siasm ; and in order lo have this be must feel thai 






thiit he frequently diml.nl 1 hit high [. r i. . L J.i .: u , 


oil bis talents, energies nnd eflorts. John Milton 
said : "If two no gel 1 were to be aout from heaven, 

lo bo scliiinn.-.v.-.-.i.f, il..: diilV-rc-nce in their 
ii,i...l:, -,v„uld ,„,t be tbe value ol n. straw." Tbo 
idea was that o cnnnciousncsB of tbo true Impor- 


Here Gorneliui Campbell revived to effect bis 

deadly |.'upo„..-. A puny win forme. 1 under hil 



to the deep 'abyss below. Iloki 
is enemy, ond replied with an 1 



ad of nte-arms. Ho placed bis hands npi 

m'linl 'l' "'b'i'M'W ! "'"" illL ' r '". i ' firl ; lllL ' LJ " 
ded fenrfnlly on the edge of the prer i[,icV-. H 




is for tender- 

lii: hlitj r<::.l- 
tflai,,;: like 

calcnloted lo 
gics ofman- 

n.irvh.a.ily; 
cellcntjudg- 

i. if,.,, .,...,,1.1 



igtl The EvilSpiri 



iho GresL Spirit 






k upon the gri 

les— and Ibey left 



Em at their dwellings, theli 
icir cattle died, and slckncs 



yv.NI hteeut,. In.lh useful and nrni 

be great fromo-work of society. 

. Prefiubnal Pilling, onJ if pwibh Pre/at 



Think 



in I,-, I. ii 



igoged in Iho same work. Tbey 
,nnd say nothing, do nnlhlng, 
tlm c-oernl good of their coll- 
ipremcly sclGnh and secluded 



ng. Th.. 
and tbe profc _ 
efforts. Wo believe that ibe ticsl good of 
feuion demands special professional train 
that such training, rightlygli 



Gnrlon, in Now Hnmp- 
estilencc which infects 
iilouj think that Clio- 
1 upon bis precipice, 



otb hnl the "whole troth." 

"ri!', I i ( "i ,ct . ,,rn , m T! OTOrnDst »nor"bleJullnt 



ergymon, the physi. 



ir the I 



and fcclli 

•training, nn( ] j 
tudy will bo de 



4. ThtTtoacImM aim to Exini hi, l„fa 
i'yonrj ihi &A«if-room.~Wbile It is andoubt, 

pupils n.td Kill, In the sehool-I 
true that his inllnenco n - 
by what 



fulne 



Especiolly 

ond dnings show 
feeling, In word nn 



r iu ..II I. ,. 
self to be age, 

hrongh the c 



Pnlul The Wonderful! 



F DKDD1NG, eterjtt.bc 



... l1UM-.!:lt IMI'l'llTK!, T. 



4taCIIitEIUEIl'S,4l 



Insure Your Property 

DANCERS OF FIRE I 

AND YOUR LIVES 1 

FROVIBION FOR YOUR FAMILIES, 
In Case or Your Deal I.. 

General Insurance Agency 

FIRE and LIFE : 

BIUELOW BROTHERS & FLINT, 

OFFICE : 

Over itlosxrH. I'm .in i .s. t.i.'s Bank 

SaN FRANCIBCO, CAL. 

Capital Represented, $8,229,000 

Home Insurance Co., N. Y. ..Assets $1,500,000 

Security Firo Insurancn Co., K. Y. " 660,000 

Kingorn " " " "_..." 300,000 

Woshington '.' " "„..." SO 

Lomor " •'. " "...„'i 35 

Hope " " " "..._" 230,000 

I'hcnii » •' " '■ ■' 20 

Pork " " " " » 28 

American Eicbnngo " " " 210,000 

Conn. Mulunl Life Insuranco Co., 

of Hartford, Conn 3,781,000 

Equitable Life Assurance Soci- 
ety, K. Y 18 

Total 53,223,000 

IInTlng LETTERS OF CREDIT wllh ilain. ALSUP 11 
CO. i.i.j VVtl-l..-. K.t KUIJ ii ft}., to Iho .mourn ot 

$65,000 jMIontlaly, 

OK ADJUBTMEMT. 

Policies luned without del.y nn 
MERCHANDISE, DWELLINGS nn il ibelr CONTEKT3, 
BTORE3. HANCH PftOJ'EttTV, 

And KVERVDESCItll'TluS uf IS? tlu.l RLE PERSONAL 
PROI'EltTY, no die met rcuenxlile temu. bj 

BIQEL0W BB0THEB.S & PLEHT. 

HEFEHENOBS : 



I'll ., 



-..nrrnriieiili,, L'j' 



K. ABOHE & SOTSTS. 
Dealers 



SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS, 

Musical Instruments, 

String's, Jto. 

*■ n. Gale &. Co., Mew Yorft, 

C. Bloyer, Pbtlaaelpliia, 

T. Gilbert, HoHton, 

Wtu»o PIANOB Ibcr CON3TAKTLY Vrcp on bona 

FOR SALE AND TO RENT. 

"^^^^"rf^V^rJu^^lr^eo^? ;^ 
' ' J ' ' ' ''" .I.' 'aS^S^SvS^ftSfe 



and AU Other Instruments 

TUN ED AND^ REPAIRED. 

tbonlnth^e^ol^o'o^-erCofflTiooTXu^ S^^^^J"^™' 1 ""*^ "•""hSi'JS?"'^,-,",™ M«^- 



FHI.HT3, GRAW. AND PRODUCE. 
Notice. 

^^LT" "'" "?. 'ii Ti'inl" ' *** 
leOL J "" "" WC ' , * a W. 

:E^rnsi:p. --vn.r. .:..:itisoe TBB bum. 

■:'-.i 1 ,'!!]',V!-.-,\ : '' " : ; ', :l1 " [, ;. :,|J "I. 

■J- E) TODbji^J 



'■ IJ n.illi 






A. H. TODD & CO., 

Produce Grain Brokers, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS 



CALIFORNIA WINE! 



> TANCES Ihroi. 

small quantities. I bsrol 
nub! In jjoDorally, tbnt I I 

Messrs, HOBBS, GILH0RE & Co, 

SAN FRAN0ISCO, 

My Sole and Exclusive AgenA 

Wllh lbs IroprtiTcd Instrument? or 
Fnrtho State .,f Clilumit, l\r liu-.H-^f till tb« dili- 
-— alliASB 



,.,.) rl.ii 



■i.'i'f is 



hove in aj tall Bra. B.J). ™l!LS0s! 

1ST O T I O E. 
IN CONFORMITY WITH THE ABOVB CARD, 

wine Osilai's, 

Soultitiut Comer ot Mb. kit nnd Bmlc •Inns 

NcsrlT appaslls tho Railroad Brpot, 

i»tjis,e: wijtesi 

Port, Angelica, and White Wines 



PACIFIC 
FRUIT MARKET. 



JS ARE NOW WK. 

D in .u[.pl7 i.ur cu-1'jtn-i-i wilb Tt" 
f'.ull "I COili.rniA |irod ucti t.0. tt 



■WIOSTE! 



HOTELS, 



ST. G-EOHG-E 

EC O T E H. , 

On ^"oturtla. Street, 
Delwcen J and K streets, 

3ACBAMENTO CITY.*' 

3. II, HATIDENDEIIOH, 



"WEBEE HOUSE, 



STOCKTON, 



CALIFORNIA- 



"PHE UTtDEHSlOWED HAVE TAKEN THE OOf 
X wdt*nown lieoM, ourl be e |«,e i„ Inform lie P*" 

FlEfciT- CLASS HOTEL- 



SLEEPING ROOMS AND BEPS 



'""T^rri r"'*' ° n,i h ™ H,,y ""' ' r T 



We'ci'palibc psE^"* 



Union Hotel, Sonoma. 

tBBBNHARDT A OLASSEtf, HAVlS 
pnrehnseii tbo I'NIOX I10TEL, -I thi Istar**" 
nrlotor, Mr. A. Q. Oakn, aro rroiiarcJ 1° P™ 
« bstl aaaonmeuatinni to Ihttialillnr; iiublie. l»-'" 



T 



HE C A. L I F O IR JST I A.'~ F ABMEB . 



Ill 



fittraii s 



IBough yctlarday be dead and £° nD . 
,<~,1 ibroogb tbolnMabY the door 
Tlg iiglil wicti djDttoj; «» before, 



T*= ,....■ .at illy eUiam with J.-! 

f ltfti-o. the Ouau philosopher, being abaentS 
, I ... .,., „i bis ™ door -:. ewnlng, 
fkwiUs ....... v-: .kiugodiof tbew.ndnw, 

tl.pj'cdly, Wnlk- 



y ia'ods did you inker asked t 
Klbcr confeiior. 

"You may ns weli reckon tho «bole iibcS 
ice," twtid the peasant, "»> I "id my wife inlc 
o fetch it =11 sway bsforfl ffe "°P-' 
| A Cork paper containa He following ndrertfc 
I^ToLot— To a 5coi.11 fimily, the second loft of 
«r. Heliermoif* barn, sitB Ibe privilege or the 
■icntlle." 



East India Tea Store. 

ESTABLISHED IH 1B6T. 

<531 "Washington street, 

Nearly oppodW M«jnir»'t Opera Holm. 



Electricity as a Remedial Agent. 

DISEASES CURED 
Without Uio Use or 3IcdlcIoe§, 

AT TUB 

EleetropatUic Institute, 



THE V E R »I O N T 

SEED-SOWER AND REVOLVING HARROW! 
FAEMERS, A-TTEISTTIOIST ! 



Seeding and Harrc 



.!rofhanot,eaBperform thaoporatlon of 

at tlie same Time. 



Ifl'iolb".! KONB OF'ii)" IS LET: IS STOUT POP. TUB BIRDS TO DESTROY. 

IT 18 .SIMPLE, IN CONSTRUCTION, STRONG, AND DURABLE, 

thopretoni time, to tonkin him to ralte Grain nraliablr nl 





nt on airy loot 


on, 


wo should think tuia allot 














a town clerk, t 




qaeit sin w uut)L,~U iti-i 


w middle of n SI 


UJl 


'■ere Bcld. and Asked him it 






[■J be bad iumeibios for his 








lb at hpldi 


















of fragrant* In. 






once importuned 


by 


























"and wba! if irai! Reco 






Can't all bo gteJit bratet I ■ 




















t for him, and bi 




■ posit, were exhausted. On 




poi 




fyinpathmng f 








I with a Eigh, "nod so dead 






boats were Kiting «t * c* 






I buy o E aD E way plank 1' 






1 A gentleman traveling in 




««ij 




L oil your teeth." 

Tho l.^.r ,,m,Mi-..i,i>it 1 .1: 

I Bdtblng ror 'ccn to do I" 

^—Ajood bookaod a good wouuin are eicel lent 

U)ln E £fuf ituMj ■-. llU til":. 1." H ■■ J.I llj. M .,.r- .■:;!!,■ 

fbolh from tbe beauty of ibuir covering. 

-■" ebe, "lorn 



glad tbt 
always 



■ 1,(1, C-ir 



JplB 



Th- Mv.jt deenu it o 



Brligion ever (ceks la ennobli 

tbaieJ by revengs. 

L On little garden patch of or 



UU. Canouta B rici 



HYDRAULIC HOSE 

MANUFACTORY. 
U9 First street, - - Blarjsvllle. 

First premium. 

THE COMMITTEE OK MIHIN3 IMPLEMENTS, 
al tb» lut Anonal Fair of Ibo Apleulwrel, Horti- 
cultural, and Mechanics' Soedoly, of tho North- 
First Premium for my Patent Machine 

FOR SEWING HYDRAULIC HOSE, WAGON COV- 
KM.QHJIIS awn Feed Baod, Gabges Hose, Ac; 
.nd I have tho Swiety'a DIPLOMA, licnod by N 
S-*-r.;i . President, Boa - Chu. M. Gobhah. Secretary. 
Tbe Committee «a> eomfwd of II. HAEnts, of (be 

Picnaoi Away Office, and other prominent dliiou. 



Only 15 Cents per Tard, 



Bo llABnt, lay*, r.ftec bciriog a doll sermon 

prwlK-l lr. , .(.;,, I,- 1 [,.r Ij- o\-h-l .' frii-H'1 

■thai be tbuuEht Df the dutcgnrie. Ilercplicdr 

-Ifiluvu- i pr.-... hi-i.- hi this way, the graw 

Hll toon be knee-deep io tbe uresis of bonrcn I' 
KsaiiBano blamed Dr.Mnrlu for cbangiag bli 



.ml pedantic. Newt 



™£%SS BOARDMAN, GRAY & Co.. 

i,do,„(..M. ALBANY, N. Y. 




BAILEY'S PATENT 

WASHING AND WRINGING 

MAOI-IIIVE. 



■jKTldrd UfK*B. A pwd l"-l 



SS? ELEOANT ROSEWOOD CASES 

fcn. ■■ ii ■■]i-rn-\l'- [-.I"-:.! I'".- I ■ -I' I'. "."■■( 'i hodlr a. 10 , , , . -.-, 

'• GOOD AND_ DURABLE. 
WARRANTED I 

1EISTD PORo'lEOTJLABB 

GIV1N0 FULL DESCRIPTION. 

bulge no Aeenl In CoiSoTnla, no Bill tell direct to 

Very low 'Wholesalo Cost EateB, 

and thus the parcha«r will ""> one-lbirl 'if bi. m"noy. 
".,„:",.■ /,!, I Myl^.TLAItllK J'lA.S.i I-.IUi L-. - 1 -■. 

Site aoJ Finlih. Larce DiKoonU tnado ta CASH 



PATENT INSULATED ffiON RDH 

M>k[ng them Ibo boit aad molt durable In the norld. 

SE1TD FOR CIRCULARS. 



, of California it for 



alt of Ibo Nonh.rn c „ .. 



n an interiar toro, Etaading 
ones bli untimely departure, 



Oar Etrli, nlth like bat Ictreaed Ults 

Appaod them lu the earl aloao. 

I Hto S bteaar»lri1aUio>illaero>d, 



PA "he- -j w« aakaJ wtiii be taaaol by a "gen- 

Kinuo imo icbo part Mi debu the Sett 
lunt-.j,; ueprtsraud u, biio." 

To eatch mice— place urcclmeatt in your 
Bonthbrfure^, „,-i., I,,,l, .in.! !;„.(, tour mouth 
Wdeoptn. Wli.-n j.,11 leel tbe whiskers of the 
Bobic, bile 1 
BSr," (aid a inllor to bit dehlor, "if rou silt 

toltach^, ,.,.,. ,„ b hlli lJ01 i will oblige 

^B«i ifooi, f jwhI ot%« jeaV" 



1000 Acres of Land, 

lao cows, 

A Good Milk and Dairy Business, 

For Sale at a Great Bargain. 

SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY IS NOW OFFERED 
man oruien with a madoraia 
ire °oo ef the creaUKE chaccot 
„„-* cior uOertd io nor Sialo. T 
Soliun Uiij. wiiLinuraulltt. Th. 
Laud, noil foaccd. wblch can be h 
nn.l lid Hint COWS f.jr trx eael , , 

AlWo^mcSSr-™- 51 '' 

There are al» 1000 acr 

lor tiro yean at BI per acre; Ihii (Ou alH.t 

''^"^tht'HPiit"^ 
IABH,l iUbm on nob Jlmo unlii to •allrb 

!'"i'l','°ivA'n'l'KN' E.li'.ir' c'lifomiaBMinor, who wll 
farol-b all needed Informatlor 



iJ.SK-TIHIUi 



MA80NI 0__R E C A L I A . 

BLUE LODGE, 

U. A. CHAPTER, 

o o u s a i l , 

ENIGUTS TEMPLARS 

ratB(blp,alAtlanl'- c '- , 
I*dc« rurnl.hrf 

.1.MI.1, ltlbl«:..t! 

Cbapton and Council, lurnmu.™ -,.- , — 

" tim^rlanSe'rfti foraShrfwltb Cot!ume»,B»Diiir>, 
ill other arliclei pertaSoint; to thll braaeh or tho on 

D. NORCROSS, 

NO. H* SACRAMENTO STRE8T 
Aboio Montnmory itreot- Sat Faaw-uco 





BOARDMAN, GRAY & Co,, 

M AH TJFAO T D It E H S , 

ALBANY, N. Y, 



PATENT RIGHTS FOR SALE. 



llU ,,.,'j U..v..:.. I.I..I I'.'.n MiJ tVi iiii.il»u T. irlturl™. 

A Fortune for a Heohnnie. 

hin Iho PATENT attiliT r D r O.o nbolo Pieiae Cout 

a bat tad moat celebrated HOUSE U AY-BAKE 

CrBEIt-Hl LL and PREBfl of tho m«l ipprored 

tortile RieclMslc. The niudcln may he *:■'-•• ■' our otuce. 

Ho. 1, A Hew Eotary Subsoil Plow. 



Ho. 3. An Improved Clotbu Boel and Bar, 



fpH19 MA.illHi: IS AflAnTEt) TO ALL K1SBS OH 

L .!..■;.-. i.. iri .j- ';;;",'■ ■ i l - 1 l l , -; r ; ,: : : ;; i : i ' , i ;,^ i< r ':;: ,, " 1 i^ t ,.-.'" 

TWO BPBING ROLLS COVERED WITH RUBBER, 

"""""i L Ij'UlUir ... ■'-' '!..'"l-'. ..".i[-r, ivi-f !'..■ fill 
lolhe. ere coupled u itiey p." I,rt, '™ i ''^™ „[Jj 

NEARLY DRY ESOUOH TO 1ROH. 






&•"-■•■ 



Ha. S. A Uaiketo Bar. 



The British Reviews, 
Blackwood's Magazine, 

THE LONDON QUARTERLY (ConiervBtNe). 
THE EDOTBTraQH REVIEW (Whig). 
THB NORTH BRITISH REVIEW 0?ree Cbuccb). 
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW OJbtrBl). 
BLAOHWOOD'S BDINBOROH UbOAZINB tTorj;. 



swAk? 1 Alr, 3 , Hyde't Patent Poit-Driver, 

:„ I ,';;V.'.- ;i-;.,;'..i ..'- ; .i^n^ v,.., i ,i U..t -..rt ,., •»,■„; , a ««■ ^.■.n,. n ,i s i-,....j ro e n e J -..vi , nU i C w= n .,i..r-hici 1 

Li?li5H..P" "-*** *etW01 y * .«■ I A l>ha»™ f™ ■ B.™-lTill 



BUY ALL YOUR 

GOLD ORNAMENTS 

OP 

TIT O 15^ £3 XL ! 



CAUTION. ' rlU.c•■lle■rllUll>(|^000,canhe•r^f .ehaneoby 

ThapabltearelnformcdlhallcaniHiltionenat anyolhtr | WItnnI hatflauiotlbaa S "-^> M > * ?™; ""J 

oldHo.lCHi newNo.,W«Ahlarftoo «mt, aoolh .H-, (cw I K"' *„, n C n?.r n 'lhj", n 'i'n,p"n"r,l"b^lr,-,""„.'l I* 
aoo.. below Kearny. Tbe rtaun of lid. culaa K ccnala » Bad ■ r«ij»r In whom an M conllatL S™. n. 

Q ™rfiwre^-1o7lZr m U '^r^ r ' 1 "'"'* ' IU "' J '" P"^^^^^-^'-"'"''' " : ' - ■' 
a ' " ' J. a JQSHELYM, Mt D. IllciSara.""' ° "' ' *"""' 



■&QH. SS.ti.X.3^. 



%p.» 



GARDEN-ENGINE FOR SALE, 






F CAPACITY TO 



BUY ALL YOUR 

DIAMOND S 

OF 

TUCKER! 



WboloMlo Piodaoo H°P°^ 






Tht MB ^ ci nun** ™?";;?z«X 
„trf M «.*« oar ««ip« <*?■»• ° ;;,- ;.,; .-, 

„anbous« hate tarnMed wfflccni m ^ 

and Eleur 10 abs.nl co-opl^ ,!l ; lv " ^ '' m'iv ,.,,„. 



10,2M 

JJS,670 CO. There bus 

ofinipperi 



been a uispwitlira on Uw pa. 



alnine, in the State Th0 estimate ,! " 
IMtKl „ 11 can be, considering lb. -oure. oTMl— 
Lino Hi. derived from, and tho invent,,:, mom 

til] hive li.t.Teer, ■ "".' I'll n-id '.''"A"" '•' [1 ,,L " 

"^■Wt-omona.^ofFlo-2 
ennmtnption of our Stale-trill no' Wl™™ • r ""° lbL " 
ooe -halfof tho abov«,»nu unlej.iro do continue | I' 
ship, we bate no rtawn lo boliovo that pruent price 
wUl'besoltaincd.aud them ii almost » certainty lb» 
W, will carry of "bo =»P o' >* 61 » '"E in ; oun ' "^ 
or bo compelled to «" "' "W ll "" > f """ in™ f »"»B 
tie moniha of April and Mayi when tho traveling n> 
the country geti paw able and lb mo who nave E 
nlifa to market the finM, il "I" bo misfortune that "I 
Ort all f«l » Aft*"* »• ""V* 1 ™ l0 ^V 
ftw«T«A.L Oar .toe*..* Wheat and Flonrir 
car citj warehouses arc light, and less than *^«r< 

nrc^nTmomTnt do demand Miaul hat our milling » 
^menis, Wo have reaaon » -nppo (0 that Iho no* 
mines (Cariboo) nil] draff a Urge number or our pop" 
Iitlon ihere, ano_ihc bulk of their rappUMT.il! pi fron 
tbii State, and iome eten predial a second Fraaw rive 
- not aL all om 



ego. Tb. 



him i lively spring tradi 

aorplus, although il Bill help 

min. Barley and Onlirctno 

,toel:s of Ihese are. heavy, and demand ligM- Corn, 

BBtehat and Ryo arc scarce, and in aclivo demand. 

Hit has materially declined in pri 

a damaged condition being forced 



lows: Wheat, 12,51 
iksj Com, *0 Ajs Onions, 300 i 
Salt, 1,500 ik«; Hay, 03 toor— i 
rapply eonitwije, from trUeb di 



Barley, 7,915 >*f; Oati, n 03 



" mllho:-- ■ 
■Ji-.;,|: :'! i| ':■ 



Soj rr.L-.i^;-:i.'5 
Buitr'. alia, m 



THE qlLIFOBKIAjABMIB 
gaatys Suiljirt. 

GIVE A3 YOU WOULD TAKE. 
M T UiraiM to, -boo you go out 

Wilh oibcr bairai » pl*7> 
Tnko heed of everjtbiof j*o do, 

Of «vory word jou "Ji 
From trieir "«. "^"^f^S 

Keep boot, my lalrc- , i.«l> i>ji -- 



oulb and call 111 name! 



iidd tho weakly from the s 



Uyo 



. nil --.: 



ould Uko lo take- 
A kindly word, a joothiog look, 

llavo ready ayo for nil; 
IVo aro one Motor; haodiwork- 

I!o made us grcal and 'mall. 
Wtfn.lllboeUWreooflij.'^r. 

0b, then, for IliJ doortako. 



ENIGMA. 

1 am composud of twenty-five leilers : 

Vvi.ili^'nb.lri.-.tb.iMli,^, n,[,, . ■!::., l.ih, 

:: ,].n hi rd of history. 
My 13th, 171b, 201b, 2«h nod 13th. Is nscful on 

° STSa, 12th, 41b and 81b, is n domestic noimnl. 
>iV ■:.(!,, 13d, lClh, 14th, olh nod 20tb, is the 

""jly 18th, 251h, Bth, 2d nnd Bth, is a Scripture 

""My 41h, :th, Gth, Hth, Bth and 8th, a part of 

b °My 3™Hlh, lllh, Sill, 2d, Gth, 251b, 41b, lib. 

My ICtb, 5tb, 111b, 2^ib and 2d, wbnl mosl 
y ° My S 7tb, 15th, Sth.'lith, 7th, Sib, 22d nnd Olb : 
''ayftlb.ad, 8th, Hlb, 61h, 18lh, 32d, 15tb, 3d 
■ lu .l'i.'iL, i-- * "il.uiL t" ^■■■' l'oi:'= of Rome. 

My 2-ltb, IPih, 15ih, Sth and 6lb, is B-f - 

My 21S1, 91b, 



My it 



;. 1 .XT I 



, 23d, 17th and Gth, what Tf 
mniag glory of onr He vols 



How BtutlneM AitflPEomBnt of tlo Pftrmot. 

FoB*tebJ year? pasi tve have given our enlirn 
lioae, day and night, summer and winter, ralu or 

horaftapd Uwt the ^cumulation or business and 
.Intles wore of sucb an amount lhat if longer con- 
tinued human strength would net endure 11. Wo 
hBTo borne Ihc entire caro of the Edilorml deparl- 
ment ivith the seloclion of nil other mailer; wo 
havo'beenourowu bookkeeper, collector, travel- 
ing agent, and have answered all onr own corres- 
pondence; beside these dutleti we have canvassed 

ftams, gardens', and vineyards, and all the many 
matters connected with our enterprise as far os it 
mas possible, and often beyond onr strength. 



of these heary duties, and rcgnii 

sirengib, end give ourielf fall cc 

whereby we could go over the entire State and 

look more nin,<i- ■!;. ^ .] h ''/^'^X 

We have therefore, from this issue, , nss 
with us ia the CaufoiWIA FxbmEb, J. K. P 
Esq., who has been iu our employ as the F- 
of this Journal from its very 

Mr. Phillip; will from ihis 
iIk- i-.'.itiliilung and principal 
of the Farmer, and ibos rel, 
and laborious duties, eo Hint wo cna ne n 

doT"* however, will Hill demand of as tl 
shall in these visits solicit the ntdandcoupi 
of all onr friends and the friends of '' 



!k B charge of 
ss departr-- 



il the nilii^' > 



mil being enabled to b. 






FARM STOCK, io. 

WeU Bred Stock For Sale. 

& !H fe 



UAVINa A LARGE BREEDING STOCK OF 

SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, 

SOUTHDOWN SHEEP, 
TH0E0DGH-BEED TE0THHQ H0E8EB, 

WOODBUEN FARM," 

Those, dwlron. of purobntloc, ean bo supplied at any 

•Jdcrncy and AyrnUIre Cattle. 

It. AITCHESON ALBXASDKR, 
13-S1 Hprll'B Statlo". Woo.ironl Courily, Kyi 



^r Full-blood Merino Sbeep. 

IN. Porwns wiibins Full-blood Merino Sh«P eri^ 
••^•■(eonte »(Tt«d barcain by appljieir 10 us. by 



Pacific JIal) Steamship Company'g 
Uncle Sam, tf^g 



,i . L' |Lr.|l[. 'I I'. II. I .1 ' I i I [J N.r 

V.tih.1 ii-.i.i.lni.iii-'ii.' j', ,;.;,,.; ;,'; 1 :AriC'>'i"(;°A..r., l 



California Steam Nav igation Company, 



Splendid Bucks 1 
CRYSTAlTPAIiACE ! 

^«& nT^S^VfJill- . "«7ThL'ld L m T U "m' £^ 



Squib" ..ftua c :•>!, 10 t i 



[Comrtfd tj 11.(5. Hid;, IV',' i:Jr.:-|i. !i_ftr.rk.". 

B«ter.Cil...FB W8 70jtW e , C.L. p» sc 

i: Ei_-.ni -- .' '■; ■■■ > ■■■■' ■'■" "■■'■■ 

Egli.. ..1>dia ..« Ml 

Woolptomc'lie?^ lt>* MlW mict ■■ ■■?" ;; 

dn bcittnulUr ■■" S2 Sbeep ilia*, wool en I. 

da rim Merino !1S M do do ]>Wa - 1! 

HeSMdTtllo«-4*0 5* ejBcmltlsi e"* ■■ 



Ban Francisco Cattle Market 
Reporwd for ibe Ciiwoun* PAunu,nj W j .IVmrn 

»iM((j| S-Jllw od] = ,[.i:,if.': ,ir,- is i*n.-dc Corral). 

the Stock niirltct since oar lasl, not only as regard 
. They have all 






if the ; 



, traveling bad. There has scarcely 
enough stock oniicd lo supply lac demand; 
should the weather continue as bad for the nei 
weeks u it bas for the past, a Hill futiher ad' 
may be oipeeted— not, wo think, that there ii 
scarcity of stock In tho eoonlry, though coulidt 

there should be more des miction of stock Ihi 



A OUSUIMG WILL. 
A wealthy old lady hnd a nephew and niece, 

-jj a tuc,f,: (li-llllt relative, n young ludy. TheiL' 
it- ill'- tinlv persons 10 whom bit jire:.j...-rty 
uuhl iji;«nd by lira, when she should Jif. Tli" 

iii-n tii'.v viVitcJ h'.'i, vvliieh was but Ft-ldora, 
i-.hoiiL-l' -.'u.' ivi-ihed ihni ono or them might live 
with and caro for her in her old age. Hut neither 
this, and she thereto rv ..- ■ i , ; - 1 . . >■ <.- ■ i 
Ihc- young lady, Ijur diium! relative , os a servant. 
' ' ' idy was very pious, and sprat much 



with t 



attached to her 

la course of 
the fnneral, ec 



Bible, ai 



Ujtss, and delighted to promot 
d the old lady died, and jiflc 



ho will ia the prcseac 
,'iving relatives. It orderod all her 1 ■: 
, t Jivi,]'.il inuthreo pnrls. The Brsl 



of' which there was a largo nuantlty, and tl 
third was only the nld Bible, which had aOordt 

wus further directed that Ihe nephew should ba' 
thfl first choice of bis portion, the niece the secon 

The nephew instantly ebosr ''- l 



Thei 






kit, a 


may look for a 


till farther ad 


once 


prorpeel of its continuali 


p. Bat 


houlil 


(ho 


be thi 


case, and ml 










, with a rash at 


lock, in 


theb 






lees, the probability is il n 


ill 100 




to the 


old Qgnrcs. Wo 


uotoi 






Bn 


— Acatiicao, firsl 


lU.ilKj- 




M 


©Be; 


3d qaalily none. 


Spanish 


1st 


oah 



r. lie I'liuI-J 1'V |i7'.'',eii"i'.(3 
iv wbn were her i'.-ien.l ■,'' 
rtlltction upLin lb- r'nilli- 
<< iv a j r>.[[i,illv lrii'lin'l. fur 
oved theold ilit.1. =u v.-.;ll, 



kindly commend him a? one who has most_ faub. 
fully served us in that important position lor tho 

]n:rii,d of vight years. 

W.;h ,■['" m-i-Mi Hi-', call upi'm our many friends 
togivotousno'iarenen-.tl ul" thoit E:iii,...:ri[.ii.."i- 
for the year close at hand, and to givo us also 
il,..'ii- kind inline,,'.- ,1'i-vi: il.,:ir friends. 

Wo giro 10 nil onr mo-! iincer- thunks lor tins 
many favors of this long period, and hope by this 

journal, nod to have its appearance, os wo intend 
it shall he, greatly improve J '.villi .-v.iy iisisr. and 
with more promptness Ihnn ever belore, as ivith 

Ihi; lie'.v im! t.i rliall L"' enabl-il 50 to do. 



beat facililie; in tlr. <>M - u -i ul: for purchasing, nnd 
they can always do iv,.ll i,v ilie-ir patrons. Thero 
is no establishment in San Joaqain county tbot 
can equal them for supplies, nnd for a liberal 
,-piril nrd kinil endeavors to give satisfaction t~ "" 



ESTABLISHED I860. 

J± Gt E ^T C Y 
Mission Woolen Mills 

i, The proprietor o, tho JUraSIUK WOOLEN 
lo receive and enecule with diipaicb Orders for the 



fE fiENT-S LOHG-SUAWLS. al 

rid ailed bordon; 

ile end atnile width, all Wool, i 



Tho Goods named are for aatnioaUon acdiale at I 
AGEXSTCTS' a 

nil Sacramento street. 



AM EiPBRiBSCID Mam, who understands the best 
lOdo of manufnetnring Linseed Oil— n man who 
, familiar with the vnriouB processes of convert- 
in the 



20,000 Hoi* Kooia— Those who waol to plant 
hop yard can be supplied with fine roots at a ba 
gain if application is soon mode to tho Editor of 
the Farjiek. A Jot of 20,000 roots to best 



CARRYING UHITED STATE3 HAIL, 

E,C 1 pl^u^C.«.CWwtck: 
OiSaQBON, C«iJtiln f>. 11, Jlojeby. 



J. '.Villi m;V. JIL, Pre,ld-tt 



COLEMAN'S LINE, 

SAB" FEANCIBCO TO HEW YORK. 

jjjk HAVING ESTABLISHED A LINE ijSL 

CLIPPER SHIPS, 

To sail regularly from San Fnncijca lo New York, tb. 
are prepared to .,uer unu-ual f^eililies to 

Shippers of California Piodnce. 

Freight will nt all (tan De lokou on Hie mm 

r„ ..r.] : - i'r-m [ho Into: 
ADVANCES made i 

■Cm TiVM. T. 1uI.K:i|v\ & 



TO jyj^.H.jMjEjaS ! 

rpIlE UHDERS1GHEO ARE 

PEEEAEED TO MAKE ADVANCES 

Consignments of approved Produce 



FRIENDS IN LIVERPOOL, 
ON VERY FAVORABLE TERMS. 



H^'"-^.::.'i,."-;"l! !■; ■>;.] k- llo.v on f. ,\ - 
4t; BrciMd Ie@Be. 
Mettoj— drolled, Te^Pc, according to quality. 
MlLIB Cows— 1>1 .jaalily j.'lft =0" ; 21 ,,aa 

*iir3,«s. ^ » . 

Eetall Pilces at Waihlnglon Market.- Jan. 9. 

liporajal F»" --|Ok™,Dri fa 

Anl;t-'i-j....ydoi7SfllM do Greea 



bt^lt, •? huaeb . 
bpera.. .. 4?di. 

do l!,|i.-..,rJC. .. , 



L!id-> il.'.r.. l« S|,it.,r> »baikcl.. 3 

Lew« *"d«i.. r/i -, i,|iy if'i..,,.,;,.. 

Mnian«an»,opn!rU^Dl.. iC lanifpi.. 



[.■iiitioii, lliv.n tli>j others could |,(,.iibly be while 
".lit v i.-li<:riiiii-'l Hi': evil fv <r ] i n i; = of avarice and 
J«Iousr. 

a uonebvs pry. 

i:j: robbed hy Ibe Johnny i.'ro'vs of his fond'; 
Ill's I ui '.v.-!. II- nioii,.,] o-i'.ll,,':^,,] l,v':.,.rl.- '.!■■ 



This be repeated several limes, 
bold as to come within reach 
calculated his distance, nnd k 
them. Death was not faia pli 

every feather out of the bird, a 
ind show himself to bis coiapa' 
nan of blm, according to tho t 
'Man, n biped without feathers 



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Irah Applet.. 


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PmeAople... 


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American Xwes Wanted. 
Machine foe Making Wini 



FAMILY MARKETING. 

Stall No, 1, Washington Market. 



SENDING A "CLUB." 
"Tommy, my son, what are yoa going to dc 

"Send It to the editor of Ibe Fabmes." 
"Bat why are yoa going lo send It to him )" 
"Because he says, if anybody will eend blm , 
ub he will send tbecn a copy of his paper." 
The mother came near fainting, but retained 

"Hut Tommy, dear, what dn you suppose he 



Dadra, eon, . . ^palt 



JT... .. FdOj.lMOTm 



A GHOST "SOLD." 
The Rev. Dr. Wolff tells a story of a certain M. 
reisweg, of Geneva, on excellent Christian, to 
he was going to bed. 



Fruits and Vegetables, 



BUDDINGTON'S, 

So. 1, WaiiUIagton Market, 



Better than Preston & Merrill's 
-A_t Less Prices ! 

CHALLENGE 

Yeast Powder, 

FULLY GUAEANTEED, 



HTJCKS 8c LAMBERT'S 

CELEBRATED PATENT 

H & L AXLE-GREASE, 

THE SL'B=CRIBEHS HAVE THE PLEASUBE 0? 

,,-jn "ii- il. Ihuir nuniLSMu.- l':ilr..ii ■ .,'id Fri.n.].. 

that they havo been honored by tho Cnmmitlee 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE 

First Premium 
UNRIVALED _AXLE-GREASE, 

S. F. BAY AGRICULTUKAL SOCIETY 

Have Awarded them their 

F'irst-ola.Sieai Jr*i*ize 

it however eTatifying to the advertisers to have tttfc 

"HOME MANUFACTURE" 

._na diitiogTiished, it is with creator pride they sate 

ihc I'u i ih.'t (i:.i.-ii|i. i Li..iiu.- Hi..: [.-. .Tivh-luiinc ini] -- 
' "" .of nnnni'de from tho E.i.!. ;,■■■. imii-. : t i, ■_■ . r -. i t : v ■ 
naani! (■■: their NOW POPULAR 

H & I, AXLE-GREASE 



Andwbilst the ManufoclnrcmoOor Ibcir ;rv r iu] tl::ii 
toallthoiefrlendito 

hc b - lo ray lhat co r .ainj«ill be spared 'a 1'nlurs 
WIDE-SPREAD REPUTATION 



THE BEST AHD CHEAPEST 

Lubricating Medium 

FOR WHEEL-OARRIAQES, ETC., 
over introduced Into California 1 

1IVCIES A LAMBERT, 



The Best Cliua-n Knoff" ■ 
JESS'S PATENT OJIURlf- 

[UIDITEO AT TICK SANTA HOSA AND ALAljEEl ■ 

sil Dilrjnien and I>.ilr>i.'..ni'ii. l'i.s i. 1 ; 'I ^'J-j 1 * '. 



M* PIONEER IN* 

Riding Academy, 

LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, 



Purchased at tie Highest Market Bat* | 



rmrt 
SVO OL-GRO^^RS 

OF CALIFORNIA. 

rT< 1 1 F. ^UHDERB IOK BD , 



l_WOO 1,0 [LOWERS' 



;a,™s?„™ 



iSlSCr. 



BUT A.LX. YOTJK 

PEARLS 

OF 

T XT C I£ E It 



Houheb Km.' 

niDlHOCLAHaKs'forOe; 
RIB^e'cLAStfEi'Lir' L. 
"ifr'y'h 

Tho AOADEUY «111 bo op 



LARGE WASHMG-MACH1NE, 

a a ; u^!' aEWi h S d rKa "f J h C - nNE r, WITII !i 1EATER 
f°r»la.; o "i a e I, """ h^'""^ 

bargain, by callina at tbla Otuee, nbero It can bo loeoT 



BUY ALL YOUR 

J IE ~W E L K Y 

OF 

TTJOKEIR, ! 



Sugar-beet Seed, 

AN INVOICE OF FRENCH SI ill AR-BKET SEEP 
Apply nt Uttko "f Earaitr. 



OALIPOBBflA FABMEB- 
Rouiater at Iho Post°elTke° o'nJlbomSney nil! c^iae lir" 1 



foreign Agruta. ^ 

' ^" u'atll » 



pantF'I* 
impUj atMndodW. 










VOLUME XVI. 



SAN FRANCISCO, 



CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1803- 



NUMBER 15. 



fi|e tolifJtuia pxm. 



• usbfol sciences. 



OOLOHEL WiSBEB, 



B-WORK— Of 8'orr dwcrilittan, 



CALIFOItHlA PAttNER, 



VINEYARDS AMD WINES. 



n Finatn: When you was up Sere In; 

d to Vineyard and Wlne-cullqre. I shall 
ive yon what lochia ideas I have, nod nls 
He experience and information I can. Th 
bnt little; bot if it should do any goud - 
;bo intend to plant Vineyards, 1 shell 1 
. lo bare offered my mltc, nod hope son 



nt be loo math sold or written on tall 
I ject, for it is one of tbc highest importance [ 
I young State. There is not tho least doubt i 
J, that our Slate will produce as good » 



,■ L\.W,i 



ID of the - 






1 Agile 



■dine W 

t nod rough, and if tbey bnvo 
very Eftb or serentb rear, tboy 
well olT, Ibat Is, such weather 
rory year, ibaugh they make 

tops entirely, thej have, after yeara of experi- 
neniing, found tbat out of green, nnripn grapes, 
boy eon ranko Wine. The process of which was 

ore, of 1859, page 3*, vrbteb was copied by most 
if the papers of this Stale; it was used and 
pokon of lo acme eitent, years ago, by Cbnpinl, 

ler, In 1822; and Dr. h. Gall pnblithcd tbat 
netbodin 1850 and 1951. The auustancoof Ilia: 
;be tiper the grapes are, tbc less augar and water 

you need, nod Ihi irlttr the icait ; the greener and 

poorer the grapi 



otcr It till covered ; tben Blir 
it up several times wltb r> wooden paddle, cover 
It nod let sland for 2-1 hours ; then